Look! Here Are Other Things That You Can Do With Beer
If you haven't heard the exciting news, then where have you been. It's back after taking a year off, the 7th annual Binghamton On Tap at its new location, the Broome County Fairgrounds in Whitney Point on September 18th. That's right, we are taking it outdoors.
Get your early bird VIP and general admission tickets, before they sell out. You'll have a chance to try over 100 different craft beers and hard ciders. Speaking of beer, there are other things that you can do with beer.
Shampoo Your Hair
Did a friend of yours give you some beer that you don't really like? Don't throw it out, put it in your hair. It's not as crazy as it may sound. Do you remember when beer shampoo was the rage? Well here is your chance to bring back that craze.
Get a saucepan and turn on the stovetop on medium. Put a cup of that beer that you don't like and boil it. This will get rid f the alcohol that can dry your hair out. Let the beer cool and mix it with a cup of shampoo.
Pour it into an empty shampoo bottle, then wash and rinse. Good luck and let us know how that works out for you.
Doe your wife sleep with a mask over her eyes and a pillow around her ears because of your snoring? Here's a way to help her out. Grab a T-shirt with a pocket along with a 6-ounce can of beer.
Put the can in the shirt pocket and fasten it in with a safety pin. When you go to bed, put the shirt on backward. The can will stop you from rolling over onto your back. Okay, you can use any can but I'm looking for other uses for beer.
Passing A Kidney Stone
Did you know that beer is a diuretic? It can help flush your kidneys and bladder and help pass a kidney stone or stop a bladder infection. You can also drink water or cranberry juice, but beer can also work.
If you try it with alcohol, it'll help take the edge off of the pain and help to pass the stone quicker and easier.
Best Thing To Do With Your Beer
So there are some things that you can do with beer, but if you ask me, the best thing to do with it...is to share a cold one with your friends...especially at Binghamton On Tap on September 18th at the Broome County Fairgrounds.