Volume 96, Issue 9
Thursday September 12, 2002

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GROW YOUR OWN BEER
...and 5 other wonderful things to do with empties

By Kasia Iglinski and Andrea Chiu

Intro

It's only one week into school, but already your collection of empty beer bottles has reached an impressive number (last week's house party might be partly to blame for this). You've thought about bringing them back to the beer store, but carting a case of empties across town on the bus (only to get a refund of $2.40 for an entire 24) just doesn't seem worth it. Instead, you've begun to stack the empty beer bottles in the corner of your living room and let the sweet smell of stale beer permeate your house.

We've come up with some creative things to do with your stack of empties. Not only will these innovative creations save you precious space, but who knows, you might find they come in handy too.

Creating beer furniture will save you the money and the hassle of the "real" thing, allowing you to purchase more beer for the upcoming weekend. It all makes sense, really.

If beer furniture isn't for you, learn how to make your own beer garden so that you will never have to worry about buying beer again – an even better and more sensible way to save money, time and space, as well as attracting those infamous beer garden pixies.

Even if beer guzzling isn't your thing, take cases off the hands of the lazy guys down the hall and you can still enjoy the creative world of beer bottles.

If you don't believe us, just check out some of the tried and true beer bottle recipes we have provided. We dare you to try and prove us wrong.

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