Teeth – Nothing like the chill of cold beer on the raw nerve of a newly chipped tooth. Sometimes, however, it might seem worth it. Use your molars – they’re stronger and not as noticeable when missing.
Keys – Though you’re not prepared enough to have a bottle opener on your keychain, you probably have keys. Sequentially pry the bevels around the circumference of the cap and be sure to use your least necessary key – like the one to your ex’s pad. Yeah, it’s kinda sad you still have it. Better have another beer.
Saber – Sure, it’s a bit showy but whacking off the top of your brew with a large blade will make you a hit at parties and beheadings. Known as “sabrage,” the technique was perfected by Napoleon’s officers and is usually used on sparkling wine, though the champagne of beers will suffice.
Interior of a Car Door – The inner works of your car door’s latching mechanism has just the right size catch to snuggly fit the neck of a beer bottle and pry off its cap. However, you could be charged with having an “open container” of alcohol in the car and jailed for up to sixth months.
Airliner – There’s an urban legend that commercial carriers do not pressurize the cargo hold of their jets. This is bad news if you’re a stowaway but could theoretically pop open a bottle of brew. A well-timed trip to the baggage claim and this Buds for you.