Still, you've got competition:
Alaskan Ate Frozen Beer to Survive Three Days in Snow Drift
By COLLEEN CURRY
Vial, 52, of Nome, says he "stupidly" took a drive north of Nome around 9 p.m. on Nov. 28 because the roads were clear and he wanted to see far they remained clear. When he found his car stuck in a snow drift about 40 miles north of Nome, he had his answer.
Vial spent two nights and three long days in whipping winds and snow drifts in the countryside, using the few supplies he had in his truck to keep warm. He wore only jeans, tennis sneakers, a T-shirt, and a light coat.
With no food or water, Vial resorted to eating snow and the frozen cans of Coors Light.
"I'd open the pop top and drain it, because I didn't want to drink the alcohol because it lowers your body temperature. So I squeezed all the liquid out, cut the top off, and I'd eat it with a knife," he said. "Better than the snow."
Well there's the "stupidly" part that might ring a bell?
We have no ruling on that....
The beer was genius though.