‘Liquor Lock’ Keeps Grabby Hostel Mates Out of Your Stash

Liquor Lock

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Designed to guard against children and grabby neighbors from dipping into your $300-a-bottle oak barrel-aged single malt scotch, I’m sure the Liquor Lock could certainly hold its own against booze-happy hostel mates.

Keep “unwanted customers” from running your bar dry. Just enter a three-pin combination, then turn the top clockwise until the lock expands and is tight. Re-enter the combination and turn counter-clockwise to release. Keep the kids and help from helping themselves.

From looking at the picture, I can’t honestly figure out how this keeps anyone from removing it from the bottle neck. But hey, so long as it works, what do you care?

Founding Editor
  1. 300 dollar bottles of scotch hey… Can’t say i’ve seen too many of those in hostels I’ve stayed in. To be honest, this seems like a terrible investment for any backpacker in terms of the space used and benefit derived. Maybe a better item would be a lock for the (hopefully) provided lockers.

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