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*Special note for this can: There are graphics on both the front and back. Please see the photos and let me know which side you want centered and visible.

Handcrafted wall-mount beer bottle opener with a unique cap catcher, attached to a solid oak plank, beautifully finished with a medium stain and gloss polyurethane. Edges of the plank are rounded for a smooth finish. Two pre-drilled, counter-sunk holes and included screws are used to mount the assembly on a wall. I recommend installing on a stud, bar, wall, or other solid surface.

The beer can cap-catcher is mounted to the plank 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!

The bottle opener itself is a brand new cast iron Starr "X", which I've found work exceptionally well. These make great housewarming gifts, and are appreciated by boyfriends, fathers, and husbands worldwide! Great addition to any kitchen, man cave, garage pub, or workshop.

All the cans I use are in good vintage condition, and may have very minor dents or scrapes, but I do my best to clean them up. The photos for the listing show the actual can that you will receive.

▼▼▼Did you know? ▼▼▼

The Iron City Brewing Company has been synonymous with Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, since 1861. In the late 1800s, it joined forces under a trust with 21 other nearby breweries, and became a huge operation known as the Pittsburgh Brewing Company. This brewing company has been a true pioneer in the brewing industry, creating the first twist-off cap in 1863, the first malt cooler known as Hop-n-Gator (which had to cease production after a lawsuit by Gatorade), and was the first brewery to depict local sports teams on their cans. Philadelphia can have their dang cheesesteaks, Pittsburgh has the real goods!

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Cheers!

Reserved for Alyssa: Iron City Beer Pitt Panthers Pittsburgh - Wall Mounted Bottle Opener with Vintage Beer Can Cap Catcher

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: solid oak, wood, starr x, bottle opener, vintage steel, beer can
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1113 reviews
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