3 ways to smuggle booze during the heatwave

3 ways to smuggle booze during the heatwave

Britain is in the throes of a heatwave, which means 3 things; BBQ’s, day drinking and complaining that it’s “hot isn’t it?!”

So if you’re going somewhere this weekend where taking a hipflask of vodka as your +1 is frowned upon, (festivals, christenings, your fella’s ma’s) here are three ways you can smuggle your own alcohol in.

Carb loading

If crusty loaves didn’t already do enough to make us happy, you can also use them to smuggle tiny bottles of booze into otherwise horrendously  dull picnics.

smuggle alcohol into football games

Going incognito

Ok, let’s be honest – unless you’re truly dedicated to the art of drinking on the sly, this one may seem like a lot of faffing. But once you’ve got preparation out of the way, this is the trick that keeps on giving.

First use the can opener to cut the bottom off a can, then cut a straight line from the top to the bottom, (obviously it’s going to be sharp so use your common sense) and just wrap it around the unassuming stubby you’ve been craving all day. You can also use Redbull cans if you want to cover up a can of vodka mixer.

fake can covers for alcohol

Feel the burn

Everyone know how important it is to protect your skin from harmful UV rays when it’s sweltering out… including festival officials/your nan/fucking busybodys. Just wash out an old suncream bottle and, easy as that, you’ve got a brand new flask for your drink of choice.

smuggle booze suncream

No fucks were given in the making of this blog…

 

Scarlett is the Lifestyle Editor and Features Writer here at The Daily Struggle. Passionate about snowboarding, prosecco, Chris Pratt shirtless and anything with melted cheese on it, Scarlett constantly finds herself in ridiculous situations, and writes about her adventures over on her blog; Scarlet Wonderland.

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