Liquid Brick Bag, Reexplained

Brick Bag is true to its name if you know that the best kind of bricks are liquid and come in a can. Usually 12oz, sometimes 16, if you’re lucky.

Budweiser does a lot of cool things, like make poolwater, but the carrying handle = not cool. It can’t even support its own.

Brick Bag can support anything. Prepping to go to the Daytona 500, I tinkered around with the number of beers to fit in. 24 was about right, since beer is international currency and making friends is a good thing.

Mornings go best with coffee, not with packing. So I pack my liquid bricks the night prior and keep them cold till it’s time to go.

Getting beers in and out takes no time flat, and as you drink more weight, you can easily roll Brick Bag down to secure the volume you have left, including empties.

Since Daytona, I’ve been keeping Liquid Brick Bag in my GR1, which is the way to go if events like Scavenger or mud runs are your thing. It’s easier to carry and protect your valuables, ensuring fewer explosions i.e. party fouls. I guess that’s some kind of guarantee: fewer beer explosions with Brick Bag. Doesn’t get much better than that.


  1. Boss Rock says:

    This is a great post, thanks. I never would have figured out how to get the beers into the bag without such a detailed process explanation.

  2. Dan Costello says:

    Its 8am in Oakland and I’m laughing in bed thinking about drinking some beers reading this. Luckily my brick bag is on the way.

  3. Domenic says:

    Have you tried putting ice in it to keep it cool while on the move? Would it keep the water in? If not guess I could always use some sort of plastic bag as a liner. The BB would have been handy during Scavenger last weekend. Over 100 beers split and carried between 6 people! Good times, Good Livin’! Thanks again!

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