September 22, 2006

Beer Bottle Goblets

Beer Bottle GobletsWe've seen recycled beer bottles turned into glasses before, but this seems like a pretty interesting idea. Instead of just lopping off the neck of the bottle to turn it into a juice glass, they've Frankensteined together a goblet by solderig the bottom of the bottle to the neck. Seems like it'd be a bit top-heavy and tippy, but still a cool idea, plus it probably holds more than a typical wine glass. Plus you'll have the option of wandering around telling people "Hey look! I'm drinking WINE out of a BEER BOTTLE! Isn't that crazy?" We've always wanted to do that. Well, not really but we do now.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at September 22, 2006 6:29 AM
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