I was the lucky recipient of ruizjoseph's Mystery Bottle Part 1 in which I elected for the concealed "mystery" bottle, which turned out to be a Baller Stout and some very awesome extras. To remind you of the relevant rules, I send a box containing two bombers to the winner with one of the bottles wrapped up so they don't know the contents (mystery bottle) and one as is (bottle #2) so they know what the bottle contains (and some extras). The mystery behind the wrapping could be an awesome bottle or a double-deuce of steel reserve. Winners of LIFs would only post the portion of their haul that isn't going to be part of the next round. The recipient then has to start their own LIF that contains one of the two bottles I sent, either the mystery bottle still in its wrapping or the other bottle that is now wrapped up plus another bottle (or you may elect to have your new bottle be the "mystery bottle"). I would post a photo of the mystery bottle in the thread with identifying characteristics to ensure the recipient didn't peek, as would other senders. So how do you win beer? My undergraduate and graduate degrees are in Film so I want all of you to become budding film makers. To win the beer, you have to make a video Short Film and post it in this thread of someone eating beerios (eating cheerios and substituting beer for the milk). Points will be given totally subjectively based on: the quality of the video (God help you if you record it on your phone in portrait mode), beer pairing, setting, location, soundtrack, lighting, likes received, titles, special effects, inspiration from other great films, stunts, celebrity cameos, cats, narrative arc, epicness, plot twist at the end... Now, we are all advocates of beer, so I am not encouraging you to pair your cheerios with your one and only bottle of Ann but if you have two bottles then go for it Submissions are due by 9:37 PM Zulu Time, Monday, Aug. 20th. Feel free to ask any clarifying questions in the thread. Also, please be aware that my wife is expecting our second child, due Sept. 15th, so in the event that she delivers early (definite possibility) the final judging of short films and shipping of beer may be delayed slightly.