How To Turn A Pumpkin Into A Keg
Stop being boring and serving beer out of a regular keg. Or worse, serving beer from a punch bowl with some other unknown concoction and allowing guests to spill all over the place as they attempt to scoop it up with a ladle in their drunken stupor. No, you’ve definitely learned your lesson from last year. Instead, impress everyone and make for an easy cleanup with this simple DIY pumpkin keg project. Don’t worry if you failed hardcore at all the jack-o’-lanterns you’ve carved in the past. You can still pull this off.
Medium to large-sized pumpkin
Large carving knife
Pumpkin carving kit, or small carving knife
6 to 12 bottles of beer
Step 1: Cut a hole at the top of the pumpkin
Make an outline at the top of your pumpkin with the marker and cut it open.