Viking sword for big brews. A katana for the more delicate beers.
"La La La Lo Lo Lo Luuuke, Luuuke, I am your father, Lo Lo Lo Lu Lu Lu"- Chris Farley
nurture my pig
SOG Trident Tanto, great knife
Wescott. 8" Titanium blades. 60 degree hand honed edge. Scissors. Blunt safety points for living dangerously while sprinting.
That mylar never knew what hit it.
Depends on the job. If I need to open a bag of hops, I use my EDC Delica 4. If I need to open a fermenting bucket, I use my Dewalt Reciprocating Saw.
Eggertsville Brewhouse: Stealing the livers of suburbanites, one pint at a time!
I use one of the following:
Syderco Cally 3
Benchmade Doug Ritter Mini Griptillian
I keep a small, but effective and handy Spyderco Byrd Robin 2 at my side. Nothing in a brew day it can't handle.
I use one of these!
back in reality, I usually have scissors on brew day but almost always have a CRKT knife that I have had for a number of years in my pocket. dont remember the model though.