Using beer in an alternative way: here's how!



If you are an avid drinker, a fan of Oktober Fest or experienced beer sommelier, this post is not for you, because the question " what uses does the beer have ?" You would answer without hesitation: "Berla!".

But we want to offer you others, because we would never want to waste what could be advanced and give it a second chance!

Beer is an ecological and economical product for jewelery polishing . Try it for yourself: immerse your jewelry in a basin of beer for a whole night and the next morning will be brighter than ever.

If your gardens are invaded by snails, put two fingers of beer inside a plastic or buried glass cup: it's a great way to attract them, like bees on honey! In fact, snails are very fond of beer.

A further alternative use that we suggest is to exploit the beer as a stain remover for clothing combined with carbonated water the effectiveness is assured.

For those who care about their hair, and are fond of voluminous and shiny hair, we suggest a wash with a little beer after the first rinse with a traditional shampoo.

Finally we suggest you use beer, especially the high fermentation one, in the dough of the batter for the vegetables, it will make the frying delicate and light.

From the Editor of Yes.Life

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