5 ways to keep tabs on your beer: The Beer Pager and other tech
“Where the heck did I put my beer?” You probably have heard this question at every party you have attended since high school. There seems to always be some poor soul wandering the party, searching for his drink. The next day, the house is littered with half full beer cans. For most of us, this is only an occasional annoyance. For some, this twisted game of “Where’s Waldo” happens at every single social event they attend. Hopefully, this post will help those poor party goers find a little peace.
The Beer Pager
Never lose your beer again. The Beer Pager allows you find your beer up to 60 feet away. It lights up and plays a refined belching sound to help you locate your brew. BeerPagers also keep icy drinks cold longer and protect them from spills.
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The Radio Controlled Beer Cooler
Who wouldn’t want a radio controlled ice bucket? The RC Cooler has a 35 foot range and can handle most flat surfaces and outdoor decks, perfect for your next pool party. Arguably, this video may be the most sexist thing I have ever seen, but the tech is AWESOME!
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The Beer Belt
The Beer Belt ensures you will never be out of reach from your next beer. Why leave the party to grab another cold one when you have six more in reach? The Beer Belt™ will hold six, 12 or 14 ounce cans or bottles of beer around your waist. There’s even some nifty zipper pockets for your phone and other accessories.
The Brew Caddy
Why let your beer out of your sight? The Brew Caddy gives you the opportunity to keep your beer safe while having both hands available for your drunken antics. They also sell The Brew Caddy wholesale, so they are perfect for corporate or college parties.
The Classic Beer Helmet
The Beer Hat could arguably be the pinnacle of human ingenuity. Two beers, hands free, and rather dapper looking. Now you can focus your attention on those hot dogs and your continued quest for morbid obesity.
Look to the future: The dog vest with cup holders
I have no evidence that this actually exists, perhaps some clever redneck has duct taped a couple of beer koozies to a dog vest. Man’s best friend just became closer.