The World’s First Playable Beer Bottle

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All we really do with empty beer bottles is throw them in a giant recycling bin that informs our neighbors we have a bit of a problem every time we haul it to the curb. Beck’s teamed up with Gyro Constructivists to put one of those empties to better use. To play music. The World’s First Playable Beer Bottle was inspired by Edison’s cylindrical phonograph and was crafted to promote Beck’s new record label. If we had a phonograph and all bottles could do this, we’d need a much bigger house for our record collection.

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The flask, by nature, is a clandestine item. It slips in and out of interior suit pockets on the sly. Why not bring an added dose of covertness to the whole ordeal with this All Black ZYX Flask. The stainless steel flask sports a mysterious motif that’s supported by the alphabet being curiously printed in reverse on the front. Each All Black ZYX Flask holds 6 ounces of the good stuff. If an MI6 agent were to take a swig on the job, we like to imagine this would be his flask of choice.

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