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Thread: Beer Flight Holders

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    Default Beer Flight Holders

    Has anyone made a beer flight carving. There are so many micro brews that have basic holders. Looking for some ideas
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    See any ideas you like?;
    https://www.google.com/search?q=beer...w=1536&bih=714

    There are two threads on Vectric Forum as well.
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    Thanks Scott there are some good ideas
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    Have not thought about it so far but since it is mentioned what comes to mind the issue of identifying each brew.
    I would make one where each glass pit is a coaster on a pivot with the beer varieties carved in (or written on) around the perimeter.
    The bartender can then turn the coaster to indicate the respective brew.

    Well, just an idea and as things go somebody probably has done that before (and patented).
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    Default Beer Flight Tray

    Awhile back I made one (actually 10) for a local pizza place here in Tucson. Alcohol dissolves lacquer so I finished them with 2 coats of shellac and 3 coats of polyurethane.
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    Great ideas! I think numbering each space is the way to go. That way as the brews change all you have to do is look for the number. Thinking of a 2D airplane layout (beer flight).
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