How to Make a Beer Box Hat

There is no denying that a huge percentage of the adult population is considered as avid beer drinkers. Though some people prefer to do away from alcoholic beverages, a party will never be as fun and as exciting without our favorite beverage.

For the love of beer, we would like to share with you an amazing accessory that would definitely appeal to every beer lovers out there – the beer box hat. Turning a beer box into a hat requires a certain level of creativity. So, you don’t have to spend a fortune in order to look cool and own your very own beer box hat. Read on as we give you a step-by-step procedure in making the coolest accessory you ever laid eyes on.

Things you’ll need:

3 Beer boxes

Transparent tape





  1. Unfold the beer boxes and lay them on a flat surface.
  2. Measure your head and draw an oval on one of the boxes, making sure that the circumference is the same size as your head. Cut it out.
  3. Mark a strip the width of your head on the second box. Make sure it’s about 8 inches tall. Add 1 inch so you can make it into a tube.
  4. Wrap the strip into the tube and secure it with a stapler.
  5. Cut 1 inch slits on the top and bottom edges of the tube. Fold the top slits inward and the ones at the bottom, outward.
  6. Place the top of the hat over the 3rd box and trace around it. Draw a bigger circle, measuring at least 6 inches from the first one.
  7. Cut the inner and the outer circle, leaving only a halo shape. Position it carefully on the bottom slits and secure it again with a stapler.
  8. Finally, roll the side of the brim of the hat towards the center.



The Rise of the Beer Apps

Beer enthusiasts can rejoice with the introduction of numerous beer apps. After all, nothing is better than cracking open a frosty brew at the end of a tiring day.

In an attempt to help you navigate the vast world of beer, we have compiled a number of apps that will surely enhance your beer drinking experience.



Price: $ 0.99, IOS

Until scientists can discover a way on how to pour beer out of an iPhone, you can just stick with iBeer.

If you are the designated driver, then iBeer got you covered. With 5 different beers to choose from, you’ll be provided with a digital pint of beer that they you can jostle and drink. You can still join in on the festivities without the risk of getting your blood alcohol level up.

Beer Match


Price: $ 0.99, IOS

If you are wondering what kind of beer would best suit your meal, just pull out your phone and Beer Match will do it for you in a snap. This app will provide you with information about beer and food and will suggest texture and flavor matches, depending on your meal.

Drink Fit


Price: $ 1.99, IOS

If you are a health buff and is cautious about the calories you take in, Drink Fit is the right app for you. This app will provide you with carbs and calorie counts for a variety of beers, wines, cocktails and can even tally up the calories of the drinks that you’ve had all night.

Tap Hunter


Price: free, IOS and Android

If you are in search of the finest beer in town, then this is the app for you. TapHunter gives you an opportunity of discovering new breweries and craft beer sellers. If you are on a foreign land, that’s not a problem either. This app allows you to search by location, brewery and beer and help you find the nearest bar that sells your favorite beverage.



Price: free, IOS and Android

This is a social app for beer enthusiasts. This app is designed to let users check in specific beers from pubs, restaurants or breweries they are currently drinking at. You can also rate beer, find local breweries and receive badges. It’s the ulti


You may be familiar with Flip Cup, Beer Pong and Kings, but what if you came from strange and distant lands and didn’t have access to such ubiquitous American drinking games? Let’s all unite around the world with a drink in our hands and our game faces on for a round of foreign drinking games. Here is a great list we found and wanted to share!

8 Korea – Napkin, Beer, Cigarette

In this game, a napkin with a coin is placed over a glass of beer. Then, the players take turns burning holes into the napkin with their cigarette and the player whose cigarette burn finally drops the coin into the beer has to drink.

Are you asking, “What if they don’t smoke?” Well, to stereotype, that’s not really something to worry about: South Koreans are big, big smokers. But hey, at least this provides something else to do with a cigarette.

7 UK – Pence

This is a party-wide game that’s played in different parts of the UK. A penny is put into circulation and it’s up to everyone to guard their drinks. If someone slips that penny into your drink, you have to chug it down. Then, you ask them the year of the penny and if they don’t know they’ll have to finish their own drink, or grab a fresh one and down it right then and there. Then the penny goes back into circulation.

6 Peru – Sapo

This isn’t a drinking game so much as a game you play as you drink. Sapo (Spanish for frog) is a little golden frog that sit atop the game board, and the object of this game is to throw coins into its mouth (or any of the holes that surround it) from about four or five steps away. This results in a different amount of points per hole, though the best, of course, is getting it right in its mouth – which is incredibly tough.

5 Japan – Ping Pang Pong

One player says “ping,” and the person to their left has to say “pong” right after “ping” comes out of the first person’s mouth. Then, the next person to their left says “pang” while simultaneously pointing to another person who starts the entire process over. If you are too slow or do a poor job of pointing (which I guess can happen if you’re drunk enough) everyone chants while you drink your liquor in shame.

4 Germany – Hammerschlagen

For this, uh, game, every player sticks a nail in a tree, so that it’s ready to be pounded into it. Each person gets a swing and then passes their hammer on. The first person to sink their nail in gets a free shot and the last person has to buy the next round. And if you miss the nail completely there’s a penalty which can vary. Is it me, or does Hammerschlagen sound like some type of German holiday that Dwight Schrute would get really excited about?

3 Ireland – Irish Quarters

Different from our version of quarters, this involves players spinning a coin and taking a mug of beer to the face, refilling the cup and then grabbing the coin before it stops spinning. If they can’t finish and pour in time, then instead of passing the coin to the next person they have to go again.

2 Cuba – Jenga Drinking Game

Jenga is all about building a tower of rectangular wooden blocks and then systematically removing them from lower levels and stacking them on the top level without the whole tower falling over. The Cubans just add rum to the equation. Any time you make the tower fall, you finish what’s left in your glass, even if you’ve just filled it. There is no winner or loser, just an end to the game when everyone is too inebriated to set up the tower. Using board games and such to get wasted is a great idea. I’d love to see a Mouse Trap drinking game.

1 Russia – Bear Paw

This game involves filling a mug with beer and passing it around a circle, with each person taking a sip. After taking a drink, they replace that amount with vodka. Then, the mug gets passed around until it’s just vodka with no more beer. Annnnd then it’s done again, but backwards.

Is there a goal in Bear Paw? I think you’re basically the winner if you live through the night. To quote Mojo Jojo from Powerpuff Girls, “That’s the most evilest thing I can imagine.”