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Cap & Cork Shadow Box

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  • Made in the USA: Tampa, FL
  • Top loading for ease
  • Made from sustainable materials
  • Can hold beer caps or wine corks
Dimensions (in packaging)
14" x 14" x 4"
Weight
5 lbs

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Made in the USA
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Cap & Cork Shadow Box

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Display your beer caps and add a personal touch to your home with this shadow box from Torched Products. Each top loading shadow box displays your beer caps or wine corks with pride.
Made in the USA
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David Sabot

Keep track of all your favorite beers and create a conversation piece in the process. Torched Products creates laser-cut wooden maps (called Beer Cap Traps) with pre-bored holes for bottle caps. Hang the map, plug in the bottle caps from your favorite brews, and pretty soon, you have an atlas of beer.

Oddly enough, the Beer Cap Trap was invented by a cigar aficionado. David Sabot was opening a beer with a cigar clipper when the cap got stuck. The visual gave him the idea of a beer cap storage board (and a way to display his bottle cap collection).

Today, David’s company makes beer cap maps for all 50 states and one of the whole USA as well. And that’s exactly where they’re made, too, in Tampa, using hand-selected, UV-treated Baltic birch plywood.

Express your love of beer . . . in all caps.