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Handcrafted, wall mounted beer bottle opener with an original vintage beer can cap catcher. The can is attached to a solid oak plank, beautifully finished with your choice of stain- Early American, Espresso, or Red Oak. Two pre-drilled, counter-sunk holes and included screws are used to mount this awesome contraption to the wall of your equally awesome man-cave, basement bar, game room, or garage workshop... anywhere you please!

•The bottle opener is a brand new cast iron Starr X, which work exceptionally well at cracking open a bottle (I've done extensive testing, if you know what I mean). The beer can cap catcher is mounted to the wood using only one screw, so that it can be easily emptied. Simply tip it to the side, and the caps will dump out. Easy clean up, and a great conversation starter!

•All cans are in great vintage condition, and are as good (if not better) than the photo shown in the listing. They may have minor dents or scrapes, but I do my best to clean them up.

•The wood is 3.5" wide by approximately 12" tall, and the cans are standard 12oz size unless otherwise noted. Since oak is a natural material, grain pattern and color may vary slightly.

These make great gifts for groomsmen and college grads, and with over 700 to choose from, there's bound to be one for everybody! Feel free to convo me with any questions or custom requests.


▼▼▼ Did you know? ▼▼▼

Thomas Carling, an English farmer in the Yorkshire district, moved to London, Ontario in 1818. He held a "stumping bee", which was a volunteer effort for neighbors to help each other clear farm land of tree stumps, after which the volunteers were rewarded with food and drink. Mr. Thomas Carling offered up his home-brewed beer as refreshment, and by golly, they loved it! After the Repeal of Prohibition (hurray!), the Carling and Black Label lines of beer were brewed in Cleveland, Ohio, in an old automobile factory, once the home of Peerless Motor Cars.

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Wall Mounted Bottle Opener with Vintage Carling Red Cap Beer Can Cap Catcher



  • Handmade item
  • Occasion: Housewarming
  • Materials: solid oak wood, starr x bottle opener, unique vintage steel beer can
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1215 reviews
  • Favorited by: 7 people