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Needed a quick gift for some old neighbors who moved to a new house, after seeing all the beer stuff on here lately the caddy was made, Some scrap Oak kicking around the shop and a Walnut cut off shaped to resemble a handle, a few Dove tails and some Varathane, Done just need a few cans of fermented barely water and hope they like it:)

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Filler up Andre! Nice touch with the flower, I didn't know you carved.
 

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damn you should have been in the beer swap,anyone would have loved to have gotten that.
 

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damn you should have been in the beer swap,anyone would have loved to have gotten that.

- pottz
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GREAT JOB :<)))
 

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LOL! 1st attempt at carving? Not sure about shipping beer across the border or what the cost would be?
 

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Nice tote, Andre! Shipping beer across the border probably wouldn't be a good idea. Maybe if there were two Canadian Lumberjocks signed up…
 

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damn you should have been in the beer swap,anyone would have loved to have gotten that.
LOL! 1st attempt at carving? Not sure about shipping beer across the border or what the cost would be?

- Andre
yeah i forgot about that.
 

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We Canucks like our Barely distilled, single malt, aged at least 12 years:) Personally I like it to be from Ireland or Scotland.
 

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We Canucks like our Barely distilled, single malt, aged at least 12 years:) Personally I like it to be from Ireland or Scotland.

- Andre
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Granted last time I was in further than Windsor was 45 years ago, but back then all the Canuks I met were sucking these down like it was water. It was hot, and on a lake, we were all fishing, maybe they drink the single malt in the winter, sitting by a fire?



Nice carrier.
 

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I though I saw all the best beer caddies but yours is by far the best.
Nice carving and design Andre.
 

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Nice piece.
Just pull the dividers out, drop in a few cold gel packs, slide dividers back into place and your all set.
We Canucks, would probably have all 6 of them down before they warmed up fishing on the lake haha..

Cheers,
Gary
 

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Very nice looking Beer Caddy Andre!
 

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Great job. I would almost be afraid to use it, wouldn't it to get scratched. Mel
 

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That's awesome Andre!! I really love the way you stepped the sides and contoured the handle :) The carved flower looks great. Very unique take all around!
 

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That s awesome Andre!! I really love the way you stepped the sides and contoured the handle :) The carved flower looks great. Very unique take all around!

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Did not look exactly the way I envisioned, was thinking G & G thing? Really doesn't show in the Pic. jut the sides taper is at a slight angle, which in hind sight now makes the removal of the insert more interesting:)
 

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I've been gone for a while, so I just saw this and I think it is wonderful. One of the nicest beer totes I've seen.
 

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Really nice work.
Cheers.
Best thoughts,
Mads
 
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