Share your beer with your loved one this Valentine’s Day.

If you’re looking for some inspiration for Valentine’s day, why not check out the DualPour, the cute gadget by Grain Belt beer?

Love doesn’t make the world go ‘round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile.

– Franklin P. Jones

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and it’s a perfect occasion to express your love and give surprise to your sweetheart. So Grain Belt, an iconic American beer brand, has recently invented the Dual Pour, an easy and romantic way to share your love and beer with your special someone!🍻💝

Grain Belt: The Dual Pour (via)

In particular, Grain Belt in partnership with ad agency Colle+McVoy have created a product that is simple and intuitive – a special red beer cap that allows to pour one beer into two glasses at the same time. Nothing says ‘I love you’ like half your beer.

This beer accessory was made by a 3D printer in ‘pinkish red, richly colored nylon plastic with a smooth finish’ and you can get yours at DualPour’s website.

Watch the video below and share your views! 🙂


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Smart way to declare your love with a bouquet of Doritos roses on Valentine’s Day.

Need a great Valentine’s Day gift idea? Doritos knows how to impress your man! Find out more reading the post!

Men aren’t always the easiest people to buy gifts for. Knowing that, Doritos has found a brilliant solution – a bouquet of 12-long-stem roses made with Doritos Ketchup tortilla chips which can be delivered for free right to your man’s door on Valentine’s Day!

According to the Doritos website, ‘these long-stem Doritos Ketchup Roses are one of a kind. The bloom is handmade by food stylists and each delicate petal is placed with care.’


Unfortunately, the Doritos bouquet is only available for those who live in Canada, especially in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. But if you’re outside the delivery zone, don’t worry about it. There is good news! You can make your own non-edible versions of the bouquet by following some simple D.I.Y. steps described on the Doritos website.

Doritos DIY (via)

Isn’t it amazing? 😉  What do you think of it? 🙂

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