Edged Tools and Beer

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  1. City Bushcrafter

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    I know I've seen a threat around here with beer in it, but after searching I could not find anything with knives and beer.

    If another one exists, too bad so sad! I'm starting a new one!

    If you like knives,
    And you like beer,
    Post a picture,
    Of your knives and beer!

    Edit: I changed the title to "Edged Tools and Beer". Open to all edged tools! :59:
     
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    I'll get it started with a good All American combo!

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    Oh. I thought this thread was going to be about beer leading to the purchase of more knives :21:
    Or is that mora knives ;)
     
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    I'm sure beer has played a role in the exponential growth of someone's collection! :dblthumb:
     
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    It has on mine.
     
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    Especially after 11:00 PM.
     
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    It's been a long day, time to relax and make a sheath for a passaround knife.

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    Dont judge the Bud light either, I'm not the biggest beer drinker but it was cold and I'm hot so....
     
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    I’ve been known to splash my gullet with a few beers and make some unsound buying...........and selling decisions!
     
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    Spyderco shaman anyone?

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    are two more types of beer that I like
     

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    With about 90 degrees here this week, alcohol free is the better option...
     
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    Ditto, and ditto! I have to make sure I am not drinking beer and on the forum at the same time...!
     
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    This thread is a great idea. My pocket knife complete with crusty blade from recent kitchen use. My bahco fixed blade. That is crazy sharp and never sees any kind of abuse. Currently my favorite local brew! Red truck out of Vancouver. They have a blackberry bourbon ale that is simply epic! This is their lager a very good if ordinary beer.

    P.S. a joke if I may. I over heard the local pub manager on speaker phone with his supplier. He was ordering nuts for the little bowls on the tables and bar. The supplier ask him. "Do you want beer nuts or deer nuts?" "What's the difference?" Asked the manager. "Beer nut are $1.50 each. Deer nuts are always under a buck!"
    Cheers Jim
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    Both excellent choices good sir!
     
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    Urquell is a welcome change for me once in a while. In the Czech beers Ive discovered Kozel (think that's the spelling) it has a creepy goat on the can! Very different from urquell, less sharp, heavier flavor. But a very good and inexpensive beer. I've only ever found it in tall can singles.
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    You youngins' won't have a clue of what I'm talking about, but when I started drinking beer you had to have a "church key"!!

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    John,

    Kind of funny you should say that. When I saw your photo. I thought to myself, I haven't seen one of those in 40 years.

    Way better than those pull off pop tops that replaced them. I watch guys crush beer cans today and just chuckle. Those old cans took some strength.

    Thanks for the trip down memory lane!
     
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    I got a church key in the drawer that is probably 80 years old.
     
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    I used to think imbibing beer caused knife purchases. And, maybe they did...the expensive ones like 20 year old Randall's and Vietnam era Gerber's. But, I quit drinking 2 years ago, and I'm still buying knives...just spending much less money! LOL
     
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    I’d love me some Rainier beer being from Gold Bar, Wa originally, and it can’t be had in NY.
     
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    LOL I haven't heard that since high school! I looked up the origin of the phrase. I can't confirm it's not urban legend. Story goes Catholic churches used cheap wine with a pop top for sacrament. The priest kept a bottle opener on his key ring for the purpose. Sounds plausible!;)
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    This old Stiletto butcher knife that I cut down is one of my favorites, as is a cold Blue Moon with a big squeeze of orange in it. And who doesn't like Stagg chili?

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    Parish Brewing, SIPS-Love Scar and Benchmade Barrage

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    ...not sure that beer and knives are the safest combo...but hey...to each his own...bring on the bloody finger/accidental cut pics! ;)
     
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    Resized952018060295191341.jpg paging @ArmyMacE . Get in on this thread
     
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    I love how the beers are as diverse as the knives!
     
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    Gossman WST and The Glenlivet on the rocks...

    I currently don’t have beer, just whisky, whiskey, scotch, and rum...

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    Not sure where my original went ...

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    Here’s said beer in a glass. Please excuse my pollen covered table. I was far too hungry and thirsty to clean the table first.
     

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    Last night’s selection.

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    I will just leave this here....:)
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