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Buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuurp! Did you hear that? I tested each and every one of these vintage bottle openers for quality control purposes. Seven...yup...seven bottles of beer. No. Not really. I am a wine drinker, but even I thought these were cool from the patina on the metal right down to the advertising on each one. I can see these mounted in a framed box for display in a man cave or behind the basement bar. Super mid century barware for the retro-loving beer drinker in your life.

Beer advertising is featured on each opener including Rheingold, Budweiser, Krueger (first company to put beer in a can - out of business in 1961, but looks like someone bought the name/logo and is making a go of reintroducing it), as well as Duquesne and Knickerbocker. These could be polished up, but I kind of like the fact that they look like they've opened a few brews in their day.

Vintage Beer Bottle and Can Opener Collection from 1950s and 1960s

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