Summertime on the beach is all about making that prime bonfire to chill at with your crew at night. Here are some tips on how to make the flamest one:
1. Dig a hole to make a pit that is at least 2 feet wider than what the fire will be and about 12-18 inches in depth. Then, place some rocks around the outside to create a boundary.
2. Be smart about what you burn. Dry firewood is the best and try to stay away from the little things such as twigs and leaves.
3. Keep hazards away from the fire. This includes such things such as gasoline and alcohol. You don't want to recreate the Chicago fire of 1871. Rotating a person to stand watch every now and then isn't a bad idea either.
4. Get that playlist on shuffle ready. Don't be that person who has to constantly change song after song, resulting in many awkward moments.
5. That cooler baby. The worst is having to run back and forth inside to the fridge to keep getting drinks. Keep your cold ones on ice close-by so you're always ready for whatever.