We’ve established a house policy for glass bottles, yes? (The policy is: Keep them!) And in case you’re wondering why, here’s our dish soap. It’s Dr. Bronner’s Sal Suds, and if you’ve ever read a Dr. Bronner’s label you know the key. (The key is: “DILUTE, DILUTE, OK!”) Containing the already-diluted dish soap is this former bottle of Frank’s Original Red Hot. And making sure that no one drinks the dish soap is the perfect job for a label maker.
Or do the ol’ Scotch tape and a sharpie trick, that works just fine.
When you brew beer, there’s a little bit left over after you siphon the green beer into a secondary fermenter or bottles. And we’ve been keeping that leftover almost-beer in this Crown Royal jug because it’s useful for several things. First, you can make beer bread with it.
Second, you can pour it on your hair in the shower because beer is great for hair. Did you know?