Growing up, I had trust issues with syringes. I knew that the medicine in it was definitely not going to taste like bubblegum. But I have to say, if I had to choose between taking gross bubblegum medicine from a spoon or syringe again, I'd go with a syringe. Why? Well, it's way quicker.
The Bierstick syringe is the perfect device for a quick chug. The syringe has a friction-fit mouthpiece for a smooth flow. This means there should be almost zero mess. I think a lot of us can attest shotgunning a can of beer is normally messy.
One of my favorite specs is that the mouthpiece minimizes foam and carbonation, so if you're someone who gets bloated and needs to burp after shotgunning, you're safe with the Bierstick beer bong syringe.
The beer bong fits in a backpack. Take it to the pool, tailgate, parties, and camping trips. It's easy to clean and simple to use. Just fill it up with some beer, put the mouthpiece on and push the air out the tube.
Once you're ready to be the life of the party, place the end cap against a stationary object and press it in. (I recommend just having your partner in crime hold it up for you.)
Pro chuggers, the drinking device has awesome customer reviews. One customer even said he wouldn't be going back to his beer funnel. The beer syringe has an easy filling for 24 ounces of your favorite beverage. That's two beers you and your friends can chug down in a matter of seconds before getting in your Uber. It's a great party starter, so grab some cheap beer and fill the ingenious drinking device up.
Leave the wine and bottle opener at home for your next party. Your friends and family will love the beer bong syringe. It's eligible for Amazon prime, so if you have a celebration coming up, you'll want to get it in time for the party.
If you get hungover, clean it out and fill it up with water or pickle juice. Now that would be a quick recovery.
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Forget shotgunning, this is instant happiness right here.
This post was originally published on August 2, 2019.
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