How to Open a Beer Bottle with a Mettle Ring
Follow these five simple steps to be on your way to opening a beer bottle anywhere, at anytime with your new ring from Mettle Rings.
Step 1 - Make Sure You Are Using a Ring from MettleRings.com
Your ring should be made out of Tungsten Carbide to ensure that it is capable of removing the bottle without damaging the ring itself.
Rings made out of other metals may work, but you risk damaging or scratching the ring and your significant other probably won’t be too happy about that.
Be safe and use a ring from MettleRings.com. We are so sure that you will be able to open a bottle with our rings that we even guarantee it!
Want more proof - check out our Why Tungsten Carbide page.
Step 2 - The Hardest Part - Picking Your Beverage
With an assortment of beer in your fridge this can be the most difficult part of the process.
If this is your first time trying to open a bottle with a ring, we recommend starting with a twist off if you have one. For obvious reason these are easier to open and are great to perfect your new skill with. And if you get frustrated, just twist off the cap. Enjoy the beer and try again. Practice makes Perfect.
Step 3 - Position The Ring
You want to position the ring just under the bottle cap. Make sure that it catches on the edge of the cap. The parts that look kind of like teeth.
Step 4 - Apply Pressure and Open
Think of the ring as a fulcrum that you are using to open bottle cap and then apply a slight amount of pressure while moving your ring hand in an upward motion.
If at this point your finger hurts and you feel pain, stop. Readjust the angle between the ring and the beer bottle and try again.
There is a sweet spot that after time you will be able to quickly locate.
Practice makes perfect, but be sure to practice and drink responsibly.
Step 5 - Enjoy That Beer! You Earned It!
Please remember to Never Drink and Drive! You’re smarter than that!
Need some inspiration? Check out how quick a six pack can be opened in the video below.
If you still are having trouble opening a bottle with your ring, send us a quick email to email@example.com and we will help you out.