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  1. Scrap wood beer tote with bottle opener and fish engraving.

    Hi, here is the beer tote which I made from scrap wood with small fish pattern made by power engraving tool. Fish pattern found in the internet and it's not my project.
  2. Magnetic Beer Tote

    Not the most original thing in the world but here's my take on a beer tote… Had some lightly figured maple and a bunch of aromatic cedar in the shop, so I figured I'd give one of these a try. Didn't have plans so I marked things out by using beers from the fridge. Sides are maple, bottom and...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. Beer Tote and Coasters

    I did not make this for the beer swap-I made it for a co-worker who left for another job. The end caps are walnut with the Michigan inlay of curly maple. In between the rows of bottles I put in a holder for two coasters-he is a Michigan State alum. The rest is made of maple with toothpick...
  6. Beverage carrier for charity raffle

    This is my first post here! It is nice to have a place to showcase our craft and get ideas for future projects from others. This build was a quick build for my fire union's golf outing. The beverage carrier was made from reclaimed oak boards and then burnt to create a unique look. The build was...
  7. DOVETAILED 6 PACK HOLDERS

    I have a friend that is a brewmaster, and she always gives me a Christmas Sampler, so I wanted to give her something in return this year. When I was setting up my dovetail jig for the first one, I figured I might as well make a bunch of them for gifts, I will give her the nicest one. Walnut...
  8. beer swap 2021

    Sorry to the swap folks. I got busy, and then forgot I was supposed to post this thing. I jumped into a swap finally. I've thought about it before, but my shop is a mess, now it's under heavy reconstruction, reorganization, and rebuild, not the physical structure, just looking to get everything...
  9. BEER CADDY OR....SLIPPERS?

    ....another way of using beer caddy….one of the funniest customer's requests.
  10. BEER CADDY / BEER TOTE

    Material : oak Dimensions : 26×17x28cm Sign : pyrography Finish : wood oil
  11. BEER TOTE

    Dimensions 26×17x28cm, oak, finish wood oil, pyrography sign.
  12. Beer Brewer's Accessory Kit

    This is a gift given to my beer brewing brother in law for Christmas last year. My wife had seen something similar out of a catalog and it looked like a fun project. You can find a bunch of these beer totes out there now, so I took my favorite aspects of each and put them together here...
  13. Personalized Beer Totes

    I made these for my two brothers and I based off of plans I found on here (thanks RogueEngineer!). Since the side opposite the bottle opener was basically an open canvas, I decided to put burn our family crest on there. Made from Western Red Cedar and finished with General Finished Exterior 450...
  14. Beer Totes

    My brother-in-law is a great home brewer, and has won a number of awards in Michigan for brewing. Every year he brings his suds over for my Superbowl party, and we also get together for our own tradition of watching the NCAA finals together. After seeing someone else post a beer tote, I...
  15. Growler Totes v. 2.0 & 2.1

    More growler totes, they are all made out of poplar and joined with oak dowels, no screws or nails, and finished with satin spray lacquer. Some of these pieces of poplar have some really neat looking grain, and i did the best I could to try and bookmatch them together, even though I had a...
  16. Beer Tote (punisher themed)

    Ok there is a little more than wood here but I'm not really sharing this for a skull bottle opener. There are lots of these posted here but I thought I would share one made for the future son in law. He likes Punisher comics or did when he was younger so it's punisher themed hence the skulls...
  17. Beer Tote

    A birthday present for my brother who brews his own beer. Took a Bradford Pear log, and a Walnut log and made something useful. The walnut split and hewed wonderfully, the Bradford pear on the other hand needed to be sawn out. And that was a work out Could still use some practice on the...
  18. If Greene & Greene Drank Beer

    After finishing my last large project, I had some cherry and walnut laying around so why not try a smaller project to keep my skills honed. I'm planning a large Greene and Greene project, so this is a study in G&G elements on a small, useful scale. I tried to incorporate key G&G design...
  19. Beer Tote

    Made these as gifts for Christmas after seeing so many nice ones on this site. Used up scrap cherry, oak, maple and poplar to make. Also made opener from ideas on this site, this is a great place to get ideas. Put a monogram letter on each one to personalize(always have to use the scroll saw)...
  20. Beer Tote

    I have been wanting to make a beer tote for a while now and over the long winter finally gave me time to glue up and maple with walnut inlay. It was a fun little project and I got to use some technique that I have never used before. I think that I am going to make these for my groomsmen in my...
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