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Learn how to open a beer bottle with a ring in this video with Expert bartender Moe Harris.
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Hello, my name is Moe Harris. Today, I’m at the Professional Bartending School in Arlington, Virginia showing you how to open up bottles of beer without a bottle opener. We’re using everyday objects that you may have on your person or around the house. Right now I’m going to show you how to do this with a ring. Now I just say you know I don’t really wear rings. So I had to scramble around for something and what I found was this ring-like ring, if you will.
Now the scientific principle is a piece of cake. Here’s what we’re going to do. We’re going to take your ring and you’re going to hold your bottle tight, I’m going to take my ring and make sure the edge of the ring fits snugly right underneath the cap. Again, I don’t want to get the glass rim right here. I want to make sure I have just the cap. Now, once I do that I’m going to grip it tight, my finger here is going to act as the fulcrum, my arm is going to be the lever. I’m going to take it and just pull it right off. Let’s give it a try. Hold your bottle firmly, get your ring, position it right underneath of the cap. Again, it’s not the glass part, it’s right underneath of the cap. You’re going to position it there firmly, the inner part of my finger is going to act as the fulcrum and my arm is going to act as the lever. Here we go.
And that’s how you open up a bottle of beer with a ring. Next, I’m going to show you how to use the countertop.