Bottle Openers were meant for action. They need to be able to go head to head with the cap of your intended brew, and win every time. But it never hurts when they also look this good. Designed after the bottle openers, or “Churchkeys” from the mid nineteenth century, the Langley Churchkey ($42) is crafted from twice bent solid brass, reinforced and riveted again with more brass. At only 4 inches long, it is considerably dense and weighty, which adds a bit of ruggedness to its dashing good looks during beer season—which happens to be year-round. [via]
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