I’m a beer snob, plain and simple. So, when I had a party this Saturday and a Bud Light Lime was left in my fridge, I had not only the sudden urge to decontaminate my entire refrigerator, but I was wondering what on Earth I would do with it.
Not drink it, that’s for sure. So what can you actually do with a bottle of Bud Light Lime?
- Use it as a paperweight.
- Pour it out and use it as a flower vase.
- Use it in chili.
- Use it in cake. (Yes, both of these are supposedly very delicious.)
- Give it to a friend that actually likes Bud Light Lime.
- Give it to someone you don’t like who hates Bud Light Lime.
- Smash it against something. (Admit it. You’ve always wanted to smash a bottle.)
- Pour it out and do one of those little sand art things you did in elementary school.
- Toss it up in the air and watch it smash onto the ground. (In a safe area. And pick up the glass after it’s smashed.)
- Pour it out and use it as a water bottle.
- Smash it and use the broken pieces of the bottle to create a piece of art.
- Build a ship in a bottle.
- Use it as an insecticide. (A mix of beer, water, and soap are a great natural insecticide)
- Let it sit in the fridge for years. Maybe the process of time will make this beer drinkable?
- Use it as a marinade for chicken.
- Make a cool cup out of the bottle. (Here’s a tutorial.)
- Fill it up with spaghetti , add marinara sauce, and call it modern art.
- Use it as a pen/pencil holder. (You might be able to fit 2 or 3 in there.)
- Make it into a lantern/candle.
- Cut off the neck and make it into a guitar slide.
- Make it into a lamp with a DIY lamp kit.
- If you have a bunch of them, you can put them together to create a cool wall of color.
- Save it to fill with gasoline and create a molotov cocktail for when the zombie apocalypse comes.
- Get a hamster with an alcohol problem, put it on a hamster wheel, put the bottle of Bud Light Lime in front of it, and boom: perpetual motion device.
I think I’ll be adding to this list over time. This is a fun little project. What can you think of? Let me know in the comments.