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  1. Beer Paddles

    Red Oak beer tasting paddle and pint glass carrier most of the cuts were on my band saw - got some good practice with that. the holes were drilled with a 2 inch forstner bit and 3 inch hold saw I put a couple coats of light walnut tinted danish oil on them. should be perfect for summer beer...
  2. Manly Japanese Inspired Work Mug

    If you prefer not to read, the video is here View on YouTube So I had recently acquired a full set of auger bits but the box I had for them wasn't really worth fixing and was pretty much done for. I wanted to do something different and totally overkill for the job of holding the bits and...
  3. Beer Paddles

    I posted some of these earlier this week and finished up the the rest of the designs over the weekend I ended up with a variety of materials and designs. some solid red oak, solid cedar, cedar with walnut and cedar with walnut accents. they are all stained with 3 coats of danish oil in varying...
  4. Brass knuckles bottle opener

    "Brass knuckles" bottle opener I've been making a bunch of these for family/friends lately. Super simple, low cost, low stress project. Let me know what you think Cocobolo Jatoba (mini opener) Cherry Rosewood, maple, cherry
  5. Mahogany Bottle Opener

    Made this from a scrap piece of Mahogany, Overall it is 9 1/4" Long,. sanded down to 220grit.Threw in some reclaimed Brass Tacks taken from an old chair and a small piece of leather to wrap the handle. Finished with a Light minwax stain and Paste wax.
  6. sycamore candle peice

    managed to pinch a lovely piece of sycamore log from a tree surgery company I worked for and thought I'd have a go at a candle piece. lots of planing and sanding and about half a bottle of danish oil later and voila! I lit some candles and sunk a beer to celebrate :)
  7. Tap Handles

    I made a set of tap handles for a friend of mine (pictured). I turned the first out of a chunk of white oak he gave me. It had a beautiful heartwood/sapwood split down the middle of it. The second one is a checkered-style handle, made of maple and mahogany. Each row consists of 24 pieces of...
  8. The Better Beer Bottle Opener

    I imagine that some more industrious turner could use this general idea to make a bottle opener that resembled a baseball, football, hockey puck, soccer ball, etc… First I'd like to than the giants upon whose shoulders I stand: Paul - http://lumberjocks.com/projects/51035 Bob -...
  9. Beer Tap box

    This is a Tap Box I made for a client. It is Maple and Cherry. Pretty straight forward build, the most challenging part was making it so that he would be able to get inside every once in awhile to clean. He didn't want hinges, so I ended up attaching the top with pocket hole screws accessible...
  10. Beer Flight

    This is a beer flight I made out of a 1/2 thick piece of poplar. I cut the cardboard from some six-packs int strips and glued them to the top of the uncut piece of wood, then made the holes for the glasses and cut out the handle. A little roundover with the router and it was all set. For the...
  11. 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...
  12. 83 Bottles -O- Beer

    Poplar and maple constructed birdhouse. I cut the front and bottom so that the grain would wrap around the edge. The roof is made of 83 completely different beer caps that I flattened and nailed on like shingles. This one makes me thirsty every time I see it. Finished in a clear satin poly...
  13. Beer Tasting Rack NJ

    Simple scrap wood tasting rack, cutout with bandsaw
  14. Beer bomber carrier

    This is my version of the wooden beer carrier that everyone seems to be making right now. This one holds 4 22oz bottles, (we call them bombers, but not sure why.) This one is made of ash, cherry, walnut, and a maple ply bottom. Everything is glued, dadoed, and a couple dowels in the handle...
  15. Beer Steins for Renaissance Festival with Friends

    We wanted to give our group of friends something to have for our annual trip to the Renaissance Festival with the kids. Last time we were there we wanted beer mugs but were too expensive to buy, so why not try ourselves. Each stein is a mix of wood and has cedar, padauk, aspen, lignum vitae...
  16. 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...
  17. Beer caddy

    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...
  18. Beer bottle bird feeder

    These are great get in the shop quick projects you can knock out quickly. Lots of fun for kids as well. Good for gifts etc.the wood is left over cedar fence Pickett's and an empty beer bottle my neighbors assisted in emptying for me.
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