From the rank and file of Starfleet to the farthest reaches of the Klingon and Romulan empires, you can learn a little something about a gentleman or lady from the way one pops off a bottle cap.
For example, a human who needs only a table’s edge to crack open a frosty beverage may lack the efficient Vulcan logic to simply request a church key, but you can trust that Earthling to possess the boldly inventive resourcefulness to fling a warp core into a sun just to see what happens.
Meanwhile, we dare you to tell a Klingon who simply cleaves the cap free with the razor-sharp edge of a bat’leth that “violence won’t solve anything.”
As for any fine nerd who unsheathes this “Star Trek: The Next Generation” Bottle Opener shaped like the Enterprise NCC-1701-D? This handy little accessory distinguishes the bonafide life of every Ten Forward soiree by opening any fine libation with such signature sounds as the sliding of the Enterprise doors, a red-alert klaxon perfect for calling attention to a spilling brew’s sudsy overload, or the exhilarating rush of a warp engine to accelerate the party toward good times ahead.
Remember, a responsible captain never drinks and flies.