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Dan Yeruski
(zelph) - MLife

Heineken Pot Lid with Sipper on 06/22/2007 13:04:03 MDT Print View

I tried the lid off of a childs drinking cup as a lid for the Heineken Pot. I worked just fine. No more burned lips, maybe, hav'nt tried it with hot water yet. Will let you know more when I try it with HOT water.

Heineken pot lid
Heineken pot lid

Edited by zelph on 06/25/2007 11:19:37 MDT.

Joshua Mitchell
(jdmitch) - F

Locale: Kansas
That's wrong.... definitely wrong... on 06/22/2007 14:41:56 MDT Print View

;) I'm not sure yet if it's extremely wrong, or just a little wrong... regardless... it's wrong... :D

kevin davidson
(kdesign) - F

Locale: Mythical State of Jefferson
Tippy Heine Cup on 06/22/2007 15:18:23 MDT Print View

So wrong it's cool. Direct this to backpacking parents, especially Doug Johnson. :-)>

Denis Hazlewood
(redleader) - MLife

Locale: Luxury-Light Luke on the Llano Azul
Re: Tippy Heine Cup on 06/24/2007 19:10:21 MDT Print View

The kid'll sleep like the proverbial baby.

Dondo .

Locale: Colorado Rockies
Re: Heineken Pot Lid with Sipper on 06/24/2007 20:09:32 MDT Print View


I agree with the other posters. That is so wrong. Parents should never encourage their children to drink cheap beer. At least have the decency to replace the Heiny swill with a good IPA.

James Pitts
(jjpitts) - F

Locale: Midwest US
Re: Heineken Pot Lid with Sipper on 06/24/2007 20:58:24 MDT Print View

That's great... really cool. I will say that you might have to drill a hole in the lid on the opposite end from the moutpiece. If you drink hot water without a way to relieve the pressure, the water may shoot out the mouthpiece when you try to drink from it. Just look coffee cups from gas stations/McDonalds/etc.

That Ultralight Outfitters ESBIT stove comes with a silicone "rubber band" that fits around the mouth of the beer can. It works well to prevent burnt lips. I have never found a source for those bands but have meant to ask the stove vendor. I wonder if one could be found that would fit your beer can?

Another neat plus might be a piece of neoprene to insulate the cup (integrated pot cozy/insulator). Just a thought.

Adam Rothermich
(aroth87) - F

Locale: Missouri Ozarks
Re: Tippy Heine Cup on 06/24/2007 20:59:38 MDT Print View

I seem to recall something like that from my childhood. But it was rum and coke instead of nasty beer.
That's a slight exaggeration, I never had my own cup, but I did get a sip of dad's if I asked. I suppose they start you pretty early if you're German and Catholic...


Dan Yeruski
(zelph) - MLife

coffee cup sipper on 06/25/2007 11:16:50 MDT Print View

I should not have told you guys where I got it from. I should have said I found it at one of the local coffee shops while trying to sober up and forgot which coffee shop I was at.

I did boil 2 cups of water in the pot with the lid on and let it boil for 1 1/2 min. The plastic did get a tad softer but still remainded leak proof when tipped on it's side. I let it cool off a little and sipped on some really hot water without burning my lips.

It's dual purpose!!!! Pot Lid and Lip Protector.

Getem at your local coffee shop.

Dondo .

Locale: Colorado Rockies
Re: coffee cup sipper on 06/25/2007 21:19:45 MDT Print View

Hi Dan,

Despite my weisenheimer remark, I really think you came up with a great idea. I was debating whether or not to take my Heineken pot on my next trip and your Sippy cup idea tipped me over the edge. Is there any particular Sippy cup I should look for or is there a standard size?

Dan Yeruski
(zelph) - MLife

Re: Re: coffee cup sipper on 06/26/2007 08:07:58 MDT Print View

The name on the bottom of the cup is luv n' care, 7 oz./207ml.

I'm not aware if there is a standard. This is the one I use for breakfast juice ; )

My wife said she bought them at Kmart in the baby dept.(2 years ago)

Edited by zelph on 06/26/2007 08:08:53 MDT.