BeerBelly: The 80-Ounce Beer Belly

BeerBelly - The 80-Ounce Beer Belly

Here’s a quick fact: women don’t really look too kindly on men with beer bellies. It implies that he does a lot of heavy drinking–which sometimes could be seen as irresponsible. But I doubt she’ll be looking at you any less kindly if you have the BeerBelly: The 80-Ounce Beer Belly on instead. (It would help if you had a six-pack underneath this beer belly, though..)

Anyhow, the BeerBelly: The 80-Ounce Beer Belly is a skin-tone bag that you wear on top of your (surprise, surprise!) belly. You can fill it up with 80 ounces of your beverage of choice, be it beer, water, soda, or juice. But really, most people just fill it up with beer. Just reach over to your belly, get the tube, and take a sip whenever you feel like it.

It’s kind of like the Backpack Drinks Dispenser, only this one is more for your own consumption.

BeerBelly - The 80-Ounce Beer Belly

Beer Belly: The 80-Ounce Beer Belly

The Beer Belly, a hands-free hydration system, looks like a beer belly when worn under clothing. It consists of two parts: the sling and the bladder. The sling is designed to fit users up to six feet, eight inches tall, and up to a 40-inch waist. Made of neoprene and nylon, it insulates and feels like skin to the touch. A hook and loop is used for custom sizing.

The bladder is made of polyurethane, holds up to 80 ounces of any hot or cold beverage and fits in a custom-shaped pouch in the sling. The bladder has a wide mouth opening for adding ice and to simplify cleaning. Clean the bladder with Beer Belly cleaner, sold separately. The sling can be washed by hand or on the gentle cycle of a washing machine, and then hung to dry.

The BeerBelly: The 80-Ounce Beer Belly is available from Amazon for $27.99.

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Hazel Chua

About Hazel Chua

Hazel has a degree in Chemical Engineering, but has wanted to be a writer ever since she was a little girl. As luck and a whole lot of work would have it, Hazel got her cake and is eating it too: doing engineering stuff during the day, and blogging for various tech blogs during the night. She also established her own gadgetry blog recently, which you can check out at

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