The Beerbelly Stealth Drinking System
Usually having a beer belly might not be such a positive thing, but The Beerbelly Stealth Drinking System will make you the most popular guy or gal at the party.
By Justin Beerber on May. 10, 2017
The Beerbelly brings freedom to the beverage! Now you can drink WHAT you want, WHEN you want, WHERE you want, with no hassles and for less money! What more could you ask for? Now you can drink your favorite beverage at the movies, the ballgame, on the train, anywhere, YOU DECIDE!
What is The Beerbelly Stealth Drinking System?
The Beerbelly enables you to take up to 2.4 litres of your favourite beer wherever you wish because it’s disguised as your beer belly! The Beerbelly is
made of insulated neoprene and polyurethane. Wear The Beerbelly under your shirt and your secret beer will stay cold for hours no matter where you are.
The Beerbelly is on sale now for only $29.99 (regular price: $34.95)! Get yours today! For more information and other cool booze gadgets, visit The Beerbelly’s official website.
Video: The Beerbelly on “The Chew”
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