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Tear a Beer Case Near the Handle to Easily Carry It After Opening

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Tear a Beer Case Near the Handle to Easily Carry It After Opening

The normal way to open a beer case is from the end, where it's easy to take a can out. But if you're going to need to carry that case with you, then it's smarter to rip it from the handle and keep the ends intact, says weblog Guyism.

The problem people have is that they open a case from the end. Sure it's easier to get a can out, but if you need to bring beer to another location you're stuck carrying it upright like an idiot, or even worse, as a bag of rogue beers. If you tear away from the handle, the case remains structurally sound. You can carry your "new" retro Miller Lite cans as far as your arms will allow.

For a pic of what it looks like from the top, head to the original post below.

Lifehack: How To Properly Open A Case Of Beer | Guyism

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