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Cheers! I know I could use the one phrase on the commercial, but I probably need permission to do so. Any how, meet the cousin to the wine caddy. This is the beer caddy made from poplar and painted black.
This one is already sold for too.
I like the stainless steel insert with the black. This measures 33 1/2 high and the base is 22 1/2 wide. I added. two posts to hold the weight instead of one and it gives it extra stability. The hole where the beer bottle goes once you open is 2 5/8 inches in diameter in case you have a Pilsner glass you want to put there. The metal tin measures inside dimensions of 11 3/4×6 and overall width is 7 inches x 13 inches. As you can see it easily holds 6 beers with ice of your liking or coolers. It also holds beer cans too.

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A very well thought out design and excellent crafting too.

I do like the extra stable looking base.
 

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I like it alot. I had to look at the wine candy to understand your point. How did you attach the legs? And I do like the black with the SS too.
 

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Thanks. Paul. The legs are attached with wood screws
 

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Anything with the word beer in the tittle gets my attention. I just love it, just its presence would make for a relaxing happy hour.
Brilliant.
 

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I can see where this would be very popular. I'd even love to make one. Curious, did you make the stainless steel insert or buy it from somewhere.
 

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Hey chuck the insert I got from my local restaurant supply store. It's a steam table insert about six inch deep and about 13 inches long
 
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