Leather 6-Pack Beer Carrier

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

The Portland, Oregon based team at Walnut Studiolo have been making hand crafted leather goods designed specifically for beer lovers for quite some time. Their bicycle can cage was the perfect way to bring a 12 ounce can of booze with you on your outdoor adventures, and this Leather 6-Pack Beer Carrier is perfect for transporting bottles of your favorite brew.

Dubbed “The Spartan Carton,” this minimalist beer box is constructed from leather that has been paired to a bamboo “plywood’ handle (known as plyboo). There are three different colors available including Honey, Dark Brown, and Black, all of which can also be custom monogrammed with up to 4 different characters, adding that personalized touch to the mix. You can purchase yours directly from the brand’s website.

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