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Old 05-06-2012, 04:21 PM   #1
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I'm far from a finish carpenter but I thought it turned out pretty slick. Next time I travel to Germany I'd love to pick up the real deal (gotta be a circle so you can just spin the tray while you pour your drinks).



Piece of board from Home Depot, a piece of dowel and a small table leg for the handle.

Glassware from Lee Valley.
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Old 05-06-2012, 04:39 PM   #2
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it did come out pretty nicely.

and thanks for posting a link to the glassware. I've been looking for that for a while now.
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Nice job man, and yea one of those spinning ones from Koeln would be nice to get

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berrywise, you inspired me! Got this "hack job" done in time for my Oktoberfest party in two weeks. Holds 12. Was thinking about how to do the handle until I stopped thinking about how to do it! It will be fun to see how well this fills and re-fills. It's been tough sitting on the oktoberfest and kolsch while they condition. Thank you!

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berrywise, you inspired me! Got this "hack job" done in time for my Oktoberfest party in two weeks. Holds 12. Was thinking about how to do the handle until I stopped thinking about how to do it! It will be fun to see how well this fills and re-fills. It's been tough sitting on the oktoberfest and kolsch while they condition. Thank you!

If that's a hack job I don't even know what I'd call mine Awesome job. My friends, the ones who haven't been to Koln, get a big kick out of drinking from the smaller glasses. Gotta keep the beer flowing though as they sure are easy to put back!
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