There are many different uses for beer besides getting drunk.
There are many useful uses for beer besides drinking it and having fun. Most of us just enjoy drinking beer, but the truth is, it can be used in a variety of different ways. Especially when you don’t want to throw away any extra beer you have. Here are just 10 examples of what you can do with them.
- Marinate meat in it – Use beer instead of wine to marinate your meat. Not only does it taste better, but it also makes the meat softer and more tender.
- Help grass grow easier – pour beer on those irritating brown spots on your lawns to help your grass grow. The grass absorbs the nutrients, sugar and energy it needs to be able to grow.
- Kill slugs & snails – Fill containers or wide-mouthed bottles or something of the sort with beer about a quarter to half way up. Then bury these in your garden. The slugs or snails will be attracted to them and drown.
- Kill mice – This may sound a little far-fetched but fill a bucket or pail up about a third of the way with cheap beer with a board or something leading to the rim at the top. The mice, smelling this, will jump in, and not be able to climb out.
- Calm a stomach-ache – Just sit down and drink a beer. This carbonated drink will settle your stomach right down. The alcohol helps reduce the pain as well. Don’t use if you have an ulcer or gastritis.
- Polish gold – Wet a piece of cloth with some beer and start rubbing your gold (no stones) to get the shine back. Use a second cloth to dry it.
- Bathe in it – Add a few cans of beer into your bath. Believe it or not, it will do you good. The yeasts are good for softening and soothing the skin.
- Polish wood furniture – Let some beer sit until it goes flat, then, dampen a washcloth with it, and rub your wooden furniture. This will polish it, and give it a more shiny and healthy look.
- Cook with it – When boiling shrimp, try using beer for the cooking liquid. Season as you wish, but don’t overcook.
- Drink it!
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