If you’re a big beer fan, don’t throw away the bottles, build yourself a house instead.
Yet another example that with a god imagination you can build anything out of anything. The first bottle house was built in 1902 by William F. Peck, in Tonopah, Nevada, using approximately 10,000 beer bottles; the house was later demolished in 1980. Tom Kelly built himself a bottle house in 1905, in Rhyolite, Nevada, using 51,000 bottles masoned with adobe. He reportedly used bottles because other materials were hard to come by in that area.
There are quite a few bottle houses in the world today, but most of them have been built specifically as tourist attractions or simply as artworks.