Opening a beer bottle with a lighter is all about leverage. You simply use one hand to hold the lighter firmly under the cap, and the other to pop off the top.
Insert the bottom of the lighter between your index finger and the bottle cap . Press down on your lighter using your knuckle as support. You don’t need to pry. With the right lever action it will pop right off.
To open a beer using a key simply grip the neck of the bottle and position the key sideways under the cap (make sure the ridged side is under the cap) and the move the key up and down until the cap comes off.
Wedge the lighter in between your U-shaped finger and the beer bottle , hold on tight, and use the leverage to flick upward at the bottle cap. You probably won’t get it on the first try, but the key is to keep practicing. (If the cap is particularly stubborn, you can rotate the bottle and try again on a different edge.)
Here are five techniques to show off your man skills and open a stuck jar lid every time. Brute force. This technique simply requires you to use your manly strength to twist open the jar lid. Wrap the lid in a dish towel or rubber glove. Break the vacuum seal. Run the lid under hot water. Tap the lid with a spoon.
Wrap your hand around the top of the bottle just below the cap. Grab your spoon by pinching the curved between your thumb and pointer finger. Get the lip of the spoon under the cap and slowly pry it off using your thumb or finger wrapped around the bottle as a leverage point.
EVER needed to open a bottle of wine but found yourself without a corkscrew? Panic not! Then, use your lighter and put the flame on the neck of the bottle near to the cork in order to heat up the air underneath so it will expand.
This is our favorite way to open a wine bottle without a wine opener. Then use a lighter and apply the flame on the neck of the bottle , just beneath where the cork is. The idea is to heat the air beneath the cork. This causes the air to expand and push the cork upward.
How to Open a Beer Bottle Without a Bottle Opener Any available edge or countertop. Just place one edge of the bottle cap on top of the table, hold the neck of the bottle tight, and use your other hand to slam down on the bottle. A dollar bill. A lighter. A ring. A key. A belt buckle. A door. A fork or spoon.
Opening a beer bottle with a wall-mounted bottle opener is even easier. You simply position the bottle so that the sharp part of the opener is underneath the cap. Then, pull down and allow the force of the opener – which is attached to the wall and will not budge – to lift the cap off.
All you need is a little leverage. Keys. Use your dominant hand to slide the long side of your key under the cap , then twist the key upward to loosen the cap . Metal spoon or fork. Just slip the edge of a spoon of single fork prong under the cap and lift until the bottle opens. Lighter. Door frame. Tree branch. Ring.