Tuned Pale Ale bottles feature markers indicating the notes produced by blowing over the neck of the bottle at various liquid levels, a notched side intended to be strummed with the cap, and an upside down holder which works as a tongue drum.
Tuned Pale Ale bottles feature markers indicating the notes produced by blowing over the neck of the bottle at various liquid levels, a notched side intended to be strummed with the cap, and an upside down holder which works as a tongue drum. Lost at E Minor

Beer drinking makes beautiful music

PEANUT butter and jelly.

Ben and Jerry.

Beer and music.

In the case of some partnerships, the whole is certainly greater than the sum of its parts.

And thanks to the Philadelphia-based makers of Tuned Pale Ale, partaking in the time-honored combination of tunes and booze is about to get easier.

Their brew comes packaged to encourage musical experimentation, with markers indicating the notes produced by blowing over the neck of the bottle at various liquid levels, plus a notched side intended to be strummed with the cap.

And since no ensemble is complete without a bit of percussion, the upside down holder works as a tongue drum.

Now would be a good time to start thinking about the name of your band.

For more funky products check out Lost at E Minor.



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