BottleLoft Hangs Beer Bottles In Your Fridge w/ Magnets

October 27, 2014


This is an already funded Kickstarter project for the BeerLoft storage system ($20 for one, $35 for two). Each strip adheres to the top of the fridge with a piece of 3M adhesive and can hold up to the three beers (or other metal-topped bottles) using neodymium magnets. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like they got the spacing right to hold 40's. Also, you might have to lower the top shelf in your fridge to be able to actually fit anything under the bottles, since beer bottles on the top shelf of my fridge almost reach the top already. Still, your beer-drinking friends will think it's a cool idea, which, let's not kid ourselves, is the only reason you bought them in the first place.

Keep going for a couple more shots.



Thanks to me, for being humble enough to admit I don't even have a working fridge and keep beers cold in one side of the kitchen sink filled with ice.

  • Mister Cerberus

    Why? You're just swapping an empty inch of space above the bottle for an empty inch of space below it.

    Unless you have a fridge with no shelves.

    But the solution to that problem is shelves.

  • WhiteEagle2

    Go to grab eggs, accidentally knock a beer loose and breaks upon falling. Forever, le sad.

  • ManLemon

    Then don't keep eggs in the fridge, fool!

  • ODwanKenObi

    Would have to be strong magnets, but that seems like it would happen a lot.

  • Jeremy Tilton

    Six? Who the hell only needs room for 6 beers in their fridge?

  • ODwanKenObi

    yup, I have a fridge in my mancave dedicated to the sole purpose of cooling down suds.

  • whacko

    Had they just used magnetic plates you could have hung any combination of bottles and jars from this gadget...

  • ODwanKenObi

    I think that would be a great idea. In fact, all fridges should come factory made with magnet strips installed at the top to increase space. Such a great idea whacko.

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    Thanks for the idea!

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