9 Household Uses For Beer Leftovers

Posted on Jan 7 2015 - 9:29am by Alexandra Ashton


When you come to the party it is difficult to decide which drink you will try the first. Most often your choice will be beer, because you will definitely find it at every party and you will not have a lot of bother with mixing it up. You just need to open the cap and you are ready for party. When organizing the party, you will need to deal with the leftover beer the next morning. It would be wasteful just to spill all the remaining beer down the drain, right? Especially if once upon a time you weren’t able to afford it. Luckily there are some great ways you could repurpose remaining beer. Have you ever thought about using beer as a lawn fertilizer? Don’t laugh, that is not a bad idea. The beer acts as a source of carbohydrates for microbes in the soil. These microbes convert matter to food for the grass. If beer can make you happier, then surely even your garden can benefit from it?

Can you imagine how much money are you pouring down the drain when you are spilling remaining drinks? Most people don’t think about it that way, but that is the truth. If you don’t make the most of things you have purchased then you are simply wasting your money. Who would believe that beer can be used to liven up dull hair? The malt and hops in beer are loaded with protein, pumping up your hair so it looks both fuller and lusher. This is a great ways to repurpose the leftover beer because everybody wants shiny and lush hair. There are more great uses for beer in the household like for loosening rusty bolts or for polishing wooden furniture. Read this interesting infographic to find out more about making leftover beer useful.


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Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.