How to Disguise Your Beer Can as Soda

When you do not want other people to know that you are drinking beer from a can, you could be innovative instead of waiting for everyone to go away and leave you alone. Covering your beer can with a soda can will make others believe you are having simple soda, but in fact you will be enjoying your beer just the way you like it. While you do not need too many tools for this, you do need to be careful when cutting cans, since they have sharp edges. Keep reading this article to learn to disguise your beer can.

Things Required:

– Soda can
– Cutter
– Metal file


  • 1

    First you need to buy a soda can equal in size to your beer can, so that you can use it as a cover.

  • 2

    Open the can and pour soda out in a glass or a jug or just ask a friend to finish it off for you. Once the soda can is empty, you need to grab a cutter and remove the entire top of the soda can. Do this carefully to make clean cuts and watch out for the sharp edges.

  • 3

    Now you need to repeat the same on the bottom of the can and remove it completely.

  • 4

    You now have to open the can completely, for which it is important that you find a straight line on the side of the can which you can follow as you cut it open. Begin from the bottom and move your way to the top of the can. Once finished, you will be able to open the can.

  • 5

    It is recommended that you use a metal file to smooth the edges of the can so they don't cut you when you hold it.

  • 6

    You now have to restore the shape of the can for which you need to roll it up. Hold it in its position with the help of your hands and then gently let it go. The can will retain some curve which will be enough to hold its position when you slide it on the beer can.

  • 7

    Now grab the beer can and before opening it, you need to slip the soda can cover over it. Remember, only the top of the beer can should be exposed while the rest should be covered by the soda can.

  • 8

    Once the can is in place you can enjoy your beer in peace.

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