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Author Topic: Found A Good Use For Beer Caps (Or What You Come Up With When Drinking Beer)  (Read 782 times)

cafeman

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Sitting out on the porch drinking some Newcastle Brown admiring the Enfield and for some strange reason wondered if there was somewhere I could stick one of the caps from the small pile building up ;D   I kinda like where I stuck them, they cover up an untidy spot and fit perfect, nice and snug, what the heck 8)
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Damn those who says beer drinking and motorcycle riding don't go together, because obviously they do!
« Last Edit: March 31, 2013, 01:29:51 AM by Blltrdr »
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My question is, how long has New Castle had twist off tops?  Have I not had one in that long?    ???

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cafeman

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No twist-off, still need an opener but I popped a couple off with a screwdriver to preserve originality! :o
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ace.cafe

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Newcastle Brown.
Good pick!


High On Octane

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No twist-off, still need an opener but I popped a couple off with a screwdriver to preserve originality! :o

I knew I had been deceived!  LOL    ;D

Scottie
Scottie J  ~  Bulldog Kustoms Denver  ~  1958 Enfield/Indian Trailblazer  ~  1959 Enfield/Indian Chief

Techmaven

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A proper bottle opener will remove a cap unscathed..

cafeman

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This is my "Proper" bottle opener....works best with the proper music playing in the background of course. As to whether it leaves a cap unscathed depends on one's "technique" I reckon 8)
« Last Edit: April 07, 2013, 10:54:53 PM by cafeman »
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Bill Harris

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I drink Newcastle Brown Ale.  It's good stuff.  ;)

Cheers,
Bill   

GreenMachine

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I drink that too..just finished a 6 pack this past week..It's even better draft.. 8)
Oh Magoo you done it again

Guaire

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Newc Brown.

Techmaven

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This is my "Proper" bottle opener....works best with the proper music playing in the background of course. As to whether it leaves a cap unscathed depends on one's "technique" I reckon 8)

That has to be the coolest bottle opener I've ever seen!!