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Ready Pints

The ready prepared pint.
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There is a certain enjoyment drinking beer out of a bottle but drinking it out of a can just isn't the same. You need a glass. So why not replace the cans with pint glasses which have a twist top (or something similar)? This would provide the ultimate free-range drinking experience.
gooseganda, Dec 01 2003


       Actually no - I'm guessing that what you're missing in a bottle compared to a pint is that the bottle itself is cold, while the pint has been poured into a warm glass (except in those few establishments that chill the glasses). So your cold pre-filled pint glass will still failt to satisfy in some hard to pin down way.
DrCurry, Dec 01 2003

       However, cans are far more durable than a pint-style glass. That, and cost would be higher as well.
Letsbuildafort, Dec 01 2003

       the thought of a pint in a ready to drink glass is a nice one. I cannot think of a way to secure the top and it would be a fragile item unless it is packaged in perhaps a cardboard outer casing. I like. +1   

       big corks?
po, Dec 01 2003

       Hmmm - the problem with this would be the threads you would need to secure the lid. Anyone who has drunk for the 3 or 4 beers from a mason jar knows that it is increasingly hard to maintain a beertight lipseal over the threads. Perhaps the threads on the interior of the glass, and a protruding ring with which to grasp the lid and unscrew it? The ring could also be used to hang the readypints along the mantel, in lieu of christmas stockings.
bungston, Dec 01 2003

       Peel off custard skins or wax.
sufc, Dec 01 2003

thumbwax, Dec 02 2003

       //aesthetic footprint in your mouth//   

       Is a very nice turn of phrase. My favorite cider is served in very small 25 cl bottles, and tastes quite different in larger bottles, cans, PEP bottles and from the tap, as well as from pint glasses poured from the above. It might not make much sense, but it's certainly true - I'd much rather drink many small bottles of this stuff than a few pints of it.   

       As for Rods' ale - well, I can vouch for it. Good stuff.
yamahito, Dec 02 2003

       I think this is a very fine idea. The history and tradition of the great British milk bottle distribution network will be hugely useful in getting this done. Leave a couple of empty 6-ers on the doorstep at night (if you can remember), with a slightly illegible scribble requesting four pints of Olde Grizzly Buttocks, six pints of Pestilentially Prurient Porter, two pints of Barstewards' Best Ale, and, oh, a packet of crisps, please.
phlogiston, Dec 02 2003

       it is sad to see the demise of the milkman. whatever do the tits do these days?
po, Dec 03 2003

       Why is the voice in my head whispering "Benny Hill" right now?
Fishrat, Dec 03 2003

       the thought of milkmen *and* tits?
po, Dec 03 2003

       That tickled old Ernie, (Ernie), and he drove the fastest milk cart in the west.
po, Dec 03 2003

       Milk - yuk. You've put me off my metallic-tasting pint of canned, over-cooled lager-piss!
dobtabulous, Dec 03 2003


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