Blacksmith-Forged Bottled Opener

Apr 11, 2014

Category: Gear

For all you know, your bottle opener was made by a Colombian drug lord with a dozen murder convictions behind him and an intense hatred of the Easter Bunny. Sure, the odds are slim, but you just don’t know.

One way to change that is with this hand-forged steel bottle opener from Leaning Barn Iron Works. Made by an actual blacksmith in Lancaster, Pennsylvania (where Easter Bunny-hating Colombian drug lords rarely congregate), this kitchen tool looks like it was plucked out the turn of the century (not the most recent one), and damn right it will open all of your beers, fancy sodas, and of course the always thirst-quenching “what have you.” Since each bottle opener is handmade, no two are exactly alike. [Purchase]

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