Want fluffier Belgian waffles? Enter beer. Adding the yeast of the brew to the already buttery waffles adds a flavor enhancement to your batter and results in airy, bouncy waffles. Works with pancakes, too!
Don't take a trip to your jeweler when you already have a six-pack on hand. The acidity of beer makes it a usable agent for polishing your gold jewelry, and the same idea goes for a DIY furniture polish as well!
Beer is a good way to regulate your skin's pH balance, and it helps tighten your pores as well! You can combine it with a number of ingredients to make a face mask, like Greek yogurt, egg whites, olive oil and lemon juice.
If you find a cut of meat that just isn't quite supple enough for your tastes, marinate it in a can of beer for a few hours. Not only will it add flavor, but its natural alpha acids and tannins are perfect for the job.
OK, this doesn't sound great, I know. But if you're ever planning an outdoor party and need a way to fend off the bees, place half bottles of beer around the perimeter of your space. The sugar will distract them from all the sting-able people around. Useful for pesky fruit flies as well!
The nutrients and fermented sugars in beer are a treat to your plants, so douse them with a lager every now and again. And if you have any unsightly brown spots on your lawn, spritz those as well to liven the grass up!
Your scalp loves beer as much as you do. Packed with B vitamins and proteins, it freshens up your hair follicles and gives your head a good refresh.