Oktoberfest Beer Instructables Answered
Oktoberfest is underway! To celebrate the beer-fueled festival we've compiled some of our favorite beer-themed Instructables. From making it to storing it to dealing with a hangover, we have plenty of info to help you thrive and survive in these difficult times. Check them out and be safe, everyone, drinking and power tools don't match.
|How to Make Beer by imarunner2|
Why spend so much cash on beer in bottles when you can make your own for a fraction of the cost? Sure, there's more effort, but you'll be able to experiment with new flavors and always have plenty to share with friends.
|How to Brew Beer by moaner70 |
In case one way to make beer wasn't enough, here's another take on the issue. With some supplies and a little time you'll be ready to go!
|Keg Lathe by fredan |
Get a keg (legally!) and use this Instructable to cut a clean hole in it. Then use the keg to brew the beer. The cycle is complete!
| 2 tap Cornelius Kegerator by g0mikese |
So you've made some beer and you don't want to mess around with bottling it? Then check out this method of converting a fridge into a kegerator and have two types of beer on tap!
| Turning a Toy into a Kegerator Bar Gun by Unabill |
This toy is meant for shooting soda, but with a bit of hacking you can have it dispensing your own beer in no time.
|How to open a bottle of beer without a bottle opener by lebowski|
So you bottled your own beer or maybe you just bought some at the store. The only thing you forgot is a bottle opener, but learn this simple method and you'll see that bottle openers are all around you! Also included is a trick for opening a bottle of wine with string.
|Break away beer bottles! by FreakCitySF |
Freak out others by smashing a fake bottle over a friend's head. Be sure to get him in on the idea first, OK?
|BeerCan Chicken by b_uddy |
Use a can of perfectly moderately decent beer to cook up a chicken. The results are moist and delicious.
|Thai style Chicken BBQ cooked outside in 10-15 minutes by dandym |
BeerCan Chicken a little too slow and not fiery enough for you? Then try burying the whole thing in hay and setting it on fire! Oh, and be careful if you try this one.
| Cool Little Miniature Stove! by NK5 |
Use those leftover cans to create your own little camping stove.
| Make Shingles and Siding Out of Aluminum Cans (Beer Can Roof) by robbtoberfest|
Have a few hundred leftover cans? Go crazy and build a new roof for a shed.
|How to cure a hangover by zieak |
Above it all, be safe and watch yourself. No use throwing away a perfectly good building day by slowly recovering from the previous night. Follow the tips in this Instructable, and its comments, to enjoy the whole weekend.