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Bierstick Seems To Be Making Its Way To Tailgating

Posted by Dave On October - 16 - 2009

Remember back in June 2008 when we told you about The Beirstick? You know, the beer drinking contraption that looks like a huge medical syringe? Well, it looks like the Bierstick and other knock offs have found their way into the hands of tailgaters. Like that wasn’t going to happen.

Two Beers in Two Seconds With The Bierstick

Posted by Dave On June - 9 - 2008

bierstick_girls.jpgYou’ve seen the 12 Man Beer Bong and even the Flabongo. Now comes The Bierstick. At first glance it looks a lot like an over-sized syringe (Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens eat your heart out) and holds 24 ounces of beer. The concept is simple. Fill up the The Bierstick with two beers. Replace the mouthpiece and push out excess air. Place the plunger end against a solid surface. (like a girl only wearing a bra as the picture to the right suggests) Press down and consume at your own pace. Don’t have a hot girl wearing just a bra and panties at your disposal? I am sure a car door in the neighboring tailgating space will suffice.

In case you are more of a visual learner or just like stick figure drawings, check out the tutorial below.

 

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The best part about The Bierstick is that you can control the speed in which you consume your beer. Beer bongs use good old gravity to send the beer down to your open gullet. With The Bierstick you control the flow depending on how fast you push on the plunger. Yet another clever way to get beer in you faster than normal.

The Bierstick will run you about $25 plus shipping and handling.

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