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  1. Taylormade

    Keezer and a Carrier (beer tote)

    Yeah, absolutely you can. You'd just have to change the hole based design for a grid or tic tac toe type design instead. Build two: one for six packs and the other for four. You'd have two dado slots in the ends that would hold the horizontal (long) board in place. The next box, I'll do just...
  2. Taylormade

    Keezer and a Carrier (beer tote)

    Yeah, I was actually going to add one, but ran out of time and didn't get to the store to buy it. The next one I build will have a custom opener with wood and a metal washer and box joints. I'll be sure to post it up.
  3. Taylormade

    Keezer and a Carrier (beer tote)

    I don't make my own steel plates, but a buddy of mine does and sends them to me. A pair of pan head screws do the job fine, just not as flashy. I'm an IT guy so I enjoy being able to actually see things I create in my personal life (like wood and beer!)
  4. Taylormade

    Keezer and a Carrier (beer tote)

    Completely forgot to add my bottle openers! There's a rare earth magnet that will hold the cap to the bottom when opening your favorite (home) brew and, if you have a favorite bottle cap, you can display it on top. The same magnet holds it in place.
  5. Taylormade

    Keezer and a Carrier (beer tote)

    I kind of threw it together so I didn't do a whole lot of measuring, but I believe it's around 8.5 x 6.25 or so. I got five orders last night for the totes after delivering this one, so I'll take pics along the way and update this thread. Thanks for the kind words!
  6. Taylormade

    Keezer and a Carrier (beer tote)

    Thought I'd share a few of my beer related projects. The keezer is an 11CF commercial beast I picked up from a Dippin' Dots that was going out of business for $50. The tote I made out of recycled wine crates that I've had stacked in my shop for years. And of course, for...
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