Saw Bottle Opener

saw bottle opener

Here’s a bottle opener that really cuts to the chase- the Saw Bottle Opener. So maybe it’s not as manly as your pops crackin’ open a Milwaukee’s Best with a rusty old saw leveraged off the edge of his workbench in the garage but it’s handmade in Nova Scotia from pewter. Close …

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Deer Rear Bottle Opener

Open up your beer bottles hunter style with the Deer Rear with Bottle Opener. The buck stops here, with this ASSessory. Get some tail before you drink this time.

Cap Zappa

Open bottles and then shoot the caps clear across the room with the Cap Zappa. Shoots bottle caps up to 15 feet. A great incentive to open (and drink) more and more bottles. Available in February.

Luchador Bottle Opener

Wrestle that cap right off your beer with a Kikkerland Luchador Bottle Opener. Each mini-wrestler has a lock hold on your bottle. Made of stainless steel with a rubberized coating. Comes in 3 colors (randomly selected), unfortunately none of which look like Jack …

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Coaster Openers

This coaster set is pulling double duty because flip it over and it’s a bottle opener too. The Brooklyn Brew Shop Coaster Set is 4 wooden coasters with hidden openers on the back. Keep your bottles open and stop rings from forming on your table. If you ask it really nicely maybe …

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Army Man Bottle Opener

Open your beers with military precision with the Army Man Bottle Opener. It’s just like those Army men toys of your childhood but it’s made of die-cast metal and not cheap plastic so it will actually, you know, open your beers. This soldier doesn’t need any backup to get the job …

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Star Wars Millennium Falcon Bottle Opener

You may not be Han Solo but you can use his ship to take off with the Star Wars Millennium Falcon Bottle Opener. Open your brewski with a smuggler’s ship. Do the Kessel Run in less than 12 bottles. May the Force be with you my thirsty friends. The force of awesomeness. …

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Wood and Nail Bottle Opener

Taking it back to basics with the Nail Bottle Opener. Designed by Brendan Ravenhill, this rustic bottle opener actually has a feature that most others don’t- a magnet to catch the bottle cap. A second magnet sticks it to your fridge. Made of dark …

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