It takes a creative mind to create a beer bong out of objects which weren’t intended to hold beers! But as more and more people like to down beers, more and more people are being more creative and are experimenting with everyday items. Don’t worry if you haven’t got the funds to buy a beer bong, the guys at Beerbongbros have provided examples that it is possible to create one out of unexpected items.
5: Gas Mask Beer Bong
Got a spare gas mask lying around and not worried about nuclear fallout anytime soon? Well, with a little bit of modification, you can turn yours into a beer bong. The only problem is the practicality of passing it around the room and the fact that one day it may come in handy. So for that reason it came in at number 5 on our list.
4: Empty Bottles Beer Bong
Usually when you have finished with a bottle of coke, in the bin it goes, but now you have a practical use for them. Cut a few in half and then duct tape them together (or even slot them together). What is great about this homemade beer bong is how long you could make one. How about creating one a few meters long just because you can?
3: Water Cooler Beer Bong
The guy below should win an award. If it wasn’t for the fact that you need specific parts to create this two-man beer bong then he would have been at number 1 in our list. If you had an empty water bottle cooler, some tubing, a few connectors and a party to attend, then you would be an instant hit. Blue skies and a no shirt policy are optional.
2: Pop Bottle Beer Bong
Simplicity usually is the key. A pop bottle cut in half can be turned into a simple but effective beer bong. Depending how much you cut off the bottle will determine how much beer you can fit in, unless of course like the picture above, someone is pouring the beer for you.
1: Traditional Styled Beer Bong
A traditional beer bong consists of two parts: a funnel and a piece of tubing. With an empty carton of juice, a piece of piping and some duct tape you can create your own authentic beer funnel. You could go one step further and add an on/off valve, but if you are going ghetto…why bother?
2 Key Points for Creating Your Own
Ok, so seeing the pictures above has got you thinking of creating our own ghetto beer bong, but you wish to be more unique with your design. How do you go about this? The answer is simple. All you have to do is remember:
Creativity is Key – Once you have had a beer or two you will become so creative that you will find yourself creating beer bongs out of everything you find.
Remember Simplicity – The simpler the build the more fun, and the sooner you can down your beer.