Whiskey Packets: An ingenious way to smuggle booze into events
A step-by-step guide to getting your whiskey through the gate
Get your favorite booze into sporting events, concerts, or boring seminars. Sneaking booze into the stands in a flask is a common solution if the security staff isn’t too suspicious, but an Auburn fan posted 12 how-to photos on Imgur.com on preparing handy whiskey packets with the help of a vacuum sealer. The packets flatten out so easily that you can hide them almost anywhere.
Basic food saver vacuum sealer (about $30)
Acquire the vacuum bags. They come with quite a few.
Cut the vacuum bag about a quarter inch larger than you want it on all sides. It will gain volume in the middle.
The copper part is the heating element, the only part of the device used.
Seal three sides of the bag only, using the heating element.
Your favorite booze!
Fill the packet approximately 2/3 of the way full. You want some space to let it flatten out.
Make sure that the outside of the packet is dry and that it is not in the vacuuming part of the food saver.
It is easier with a friend to help hold it in the food saver.
You can put these packets anywhere: behind your wallet, in your shoe, socks, hat, or pants.
Acquire stadium beverage if you prefer your whiskey mixed.
Go to restroom stall and use your keys, teeth, or pocket scissors to open and pour into beverage.