how do you defrost a frozen can of beer?

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5 years ago #1
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how do you defrost a frozen can of beer?

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5 years ago #2
bob1
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Leave it under the Christmas tree. Dont worry Santa will not drink it because it will be flat.

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5 years ago #3
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Put it in the microwave in the can for 45 minutes. The resulting fire will defrost the beer, then make it explode which will hopefully put out the fire. You may want to call the local fire department and let them know what you are doing and why.

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4 years ago #4
Meee
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That was stupid

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4 years ago #5
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Ace,
That was ace! Very funny!

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4 years ago #6
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Or the simple answer.......dont bother because it tastes like **** once its been frozen anyway

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4 years ago #7
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Seriously now folks, the original question was "How do you defrost a frozen can of beer?"
After giving this problem many hours of serious thought, I came up with the ultimate answer :-
"Take it out of the sodding freezer!"

Oh! DO NOT forget to give the can a rigorous 10 second shake just prior to opening! This will ensure the beer will not be flat.

Alternatively, you can remove the can (a can-opener, hammer & chisel are essential equipment) drill a hole through the centre (about half-way), stick in a piece of doweling (to suit the hole). You will end up with a (nice?) beer lollipop (popsical).

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4 years ago #8
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I think that covers all the bases. Dont think anyone can top that.

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4 years ago #9
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Im not allowed to put beer in the freezer anymore. Too many accidents like this have happened to me. I see to always forgot I put them in there.

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4 years ago #10
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Just to cover old ground......if its frozen bin it......end off

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1 year ago #11
mday
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In a sink of cool water just like a turkey. Just did it to an apple-rita.

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1 year ago #12
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If they're cans, flip them over and wait till they're thawed. Not sure if it works with every beer brand but I learned this a long time ago. Should still taste good!

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1 year ago #13
BB
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For how long, i have the same and it's sooooo frozen

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12 months ago #14
TerriB
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Of all of the replies, this is the one I thought of too. Going to try it now! Thanks!

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