Be on the lookout, the next time you're at a music festival, you may see a fellow music lover with their face crammed into an entire loaf of bread. While everyone loves a good baguette now and again, it's unlikely this person simply digs carbs so much they regularly consume a ciabatta loaf from end to end. More likely these days (and we take this as a testament to the ingenuity of modern drinkers), that festival-goer is sipping on bottle of whiskey hidden inside the loaf, camouflaged and smuggled past security. The practice is both shockingly common and surprisingly effective for skirting high beverage prices inside festivals. Heck, we’re surprised we haven’t seen mini-bottles in parkerhouse rolls (actually, note to self, pack mini-bottles in parkerhouse rolls at Coachella next year). Here are our favorite examples of the old bottle in a bread loaf trick.
Stuffed in a Sliced Loaf
Even without seeing someone swig from this loaf, you’d probably realize something was amiss from the fact that all the slices stay together magically.