It’s no secret I enjoy a Bourbon and ginger, but I often find myself only using a portion of a can of Ginger Ale and needing something to cover the can until I return to pour another drink. At one time we had these inexpensive plastic tops for cans, but somewhere along the way we ditched them. I went online to see what might be out there and of course found the same inexpensive tops, but also a couple of other tops which might be useful.
The Beverage Can Resealer has some mixed reviews, but there are more high ratings than low ratings. The lid “clicks” into place and it appears to grab the sides or top of the can. I may have to get one just to see how the thing functions.
The one I really wanted to discuss this morning is for bottles. Bottle stoppers have been around forever, but when I open that bottle of Blenheim these caps might be just the ticket. They are called Beer Savers and are basically a cap made of silicone rubber. While I find them interesting, they really would not hold much pressure so that bottle would need to be returned to the fridge quickly. A good old stopper would be superior at holding pressure. I still think they are cool and may have to get a few just for the coolness factor.
Which reminds me, I still need to go to the dollar store and get one of those plastic tops for a 12 ounce aluminum can. These other gadgets are certainly cool, but what I need is functionality and a way to keep my ginger ale carbonated for a short while. 😉