Thursday, 24 October 2013

Opening Beverage Bottles And Cans

Opening the Sparkling bottle

  1. Firstly, locate a dish, bar or serving towel. Wrap it around the bottle.
  2. Next, cut off the foil using a paring knife.
  3. After that, twist the retaining wire on the wire cage counter-clockwise. 
  4. Then, either leaving the wine cage on the cork or removing it,put your thumb on top of the cork and grasp it with the rest of your hand. 
  5. When the cork starts to come out, slow its exit with your left thumb, allowing it to barely pop out. The goal of this operation is to barely make a sound when the cork comes out.
  6. Next, hold the bottle with your thumb under the bottom of the bottle.
  7. Lastly, pour the sparkling into clean Champagne flutes.

Opening the tin can

  1. Examine the top of  the can to see if it is dirty. If so, wipe any dirt from the can, especially near the mouth.
  2. Put your finger under the tab on top of the can.
  3. Lift up slowly but firmly so you get it open but don't get the fizz everywhere ( If can has been shaken and in carbonated do not open for 15 minutes).
  4. Listen for the *sszzz* sound as it opens, and then continue to lift up until it is completely opened.
  5. Push tab back down all the way so as to keep it from getting in your way as you drink.
  6. Enjoy your drink in any way you see fit. Maybe a Straw or other accessory could liven up your can.

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