Tuned Pale Ale

Tuned Pale Ale

While I enjoy high quality beer and precisely played music, I have never seen the two go hand in hand this well (I may still not, but we’ll see if your drummer gets hammered on this and then tries to play the next set).

Tuned Pale Ale

Tuned Pale Ale is a great concept for just plain fun. The bottle is marked on the side for ease of bottle tuning and you drink down to the desired note to “play” (here is where I refuse to make corny jokes about the beer being a little flat). Just blow on the bottle top like you were going to do with your Corona anyways and you instantly have a band.

Sheet music and half inebriated musicians not included.

Images courtesy of Gizmodo.

[techtags:TUNED PALE ALE, CRAFT BEER, MUSIC]

4 Comments

  • ed September 3, 2010 @ 11:56am

    I’m selling some beachfront property in the Sahara… Anyone?

  • M September 3, 2010 @ 12:54pm

    What if the label is put on crooked?

  • Hannah September 3, 2010 @ 1:13pm

    Some notes may be flat, but hopefully the beer won’t be.

  • Gerg September 3, 2010 @ 1:19pm

    Just couldn’t leave it alone, could you, Hannah 🙂

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