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  1. Stein and Bottle Opener for Swap

    We are just wrapping up the first-ever LumberJocks Beer Swap. In this swap, I was the moderator so I cheated and gave my name to jeffswildwood and I took his name. Jeff and I live fairly close to one another and have wanted to meet before. So we decided to take this swap as our opportunity...
  2. Beer tote

    Here's a beer holder I built for the 2017 beer swap. It's a fairly standard tote, I think, but I went a little nutty cleaning out my scrap bin looking for various types of wood to include. Here's the rundown: 1: Bottom - Hemlock flooring that was in the bargain bin. 2&3: Sides - birch and...
  3. LJs 2017 Beer Tote Swap

    I have to say, I had a lot of fun participating in this swap. We got to discuss local brews and make something for a fellow LJ to carry them around in. Not everyone drinks alcoholic beverages, much less beer, so that wasn't really the focus, but it did make it fun discussing the local...
  4. 2017 Beer Tote entry

    2017 Beer Tote swap entry, made with spalted hackberry from a fallen tree in our subdivision. sorry for the pics but I have no idea why they do this. I have attempted to rotate and save but then they show up facing the opposite direction. oh well.
  5. 2017 beer swap, my entry

    This is my entry in the first ever 2017 beer swap for Hokieken. It's a beer tote made from gummy cherry and walnut. I think a very nice combination. The tote went through many design changes during the build but I went with this. All parts are attached with dowels. In all I used thirty of them...
  6. Beer swap goodness.

    Here is my entry for the first ever LJs beer swap I made this for DuckMilk. It's a first for me in making a mug/stein as well. It was a fun project but definitely a learning curve and have learned a lot of "what not to do" if I ever make another. To start, all the beers are Arizona brewed. I...
  7. Beer Swap 2017

    Here is the tote I made for the swap that went to Gary, doubleG469. I was a little conflicted during this build because I had an idea in my mind that would just not come together for me. But in the 11th hour this design hit me and I think it really came off well. The use of stainless rod gives...
  8. Lumberjocks Beer Swap

    My first swap ended up being the beer swap. Why? Because the people I work for also own a brewery, so why not. I made this for ksSlim. I got the idea of a wooden koozie from a project by LJ doubleDD http://lumberjocks.com/projects/316401 . I asked him a lot of questions and he graciously...
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