30 Second Cold Beer





Introduction: 30 Second Cold Beer

30 second and some ice and you have a nice cold beverage. I use to be on the road traveling a lot and after a hot day at the job site I would get into the hotel and grab some ice and 30 seconds later relaxing.

Step 1: Tools

Pliers and side cutters.

Step 2: All You Need

Coat hanger and a suction cup. I got the coat hanger from work and a package of 9 suction cups from the dollar store. Total price $1.00

Step 3: Prep

Remove plastic hook from suction cup. Cut hanger in 2 spots making equal lengths.

Step 4: Assemble

Thread the coat hanger in the hole of the suction cup and start twisting. I use pliers to hold the end and twist with my hand. Then I cut about 2 inches off. Careful it can be sharp.

Step 5: USE

Attach the coat hanger in the drill. Put the suction cup on the end of the Beer. And let it spin in the ice for 30 seconds. Drink Cold Beer :)



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    Love it :o)

    I couldn't wait that long! ;)

    Hu. In which hotels do you find a drill, a side cut and are allow to demolish the coat hangers? Also after spinning the can you should not open it directly except you like beer showers.

    You won't get a foam over from doing this to beer, soda, or energy drinks. I do it all the time. Just tap the tab before popping it.

    If you can give me scientific proof on why tapping the top makes it not fizz...

    I've done the tap trick since I was a kid as well, I can only guess that it helps dissolve the CO2 back into the liquid. Tap on it for a few seconds and it is fine.

    I don't know about that but spinning doesn't shakr up the can.

    If you follow newtons laws of motion, an object in motion will stay in motion while an object at rest will stay in rest. The can will spin and not the contents. The beer stays in the bottom of the can and the can spins, I bet it cools down though, nice work, I never would have thought about the suction cup

    The liquid spins but not as fast as the can. There is friction inside the can applying force to the liquid.

    Oh, I just see you made the same comment as me :-)