Made for Brews

Craft beers deserve a crafty carrier. Wood Thumb’s handmade tote, built with salvaged wood, is the perfect vessel to showcase the artisanship of craft brews. The creators are Christopher and David Steinrueck, who started the Wood Thumb community of entrepreneurs and artists. The two brothers created their first wood neckties from an old redwood beam they found in a salvage yard. Today, all of Wood Thumb’s products are designed, manufactured and packed in their San Francisco warehouse, and most of the materials come from reclaimed wood sources around the Bay Area. For beer lovers, the six-pack carrier is perfect for bringing a selection of craft beer to a friend’s house or an outdoor party. The carriers can accommodate traditional tall bottles as well as short, wide bottles, and a steel handle provides a secure grip. No matter which bottles you’re toting, the Wood Thumb six-pack carrier makes a crafty statement.

Wood Thumb

Wooden 6 Pack Carrier

Made for Brews

Craft beers deserve a crafty carrier. Wood Thumb’s handmade tote, built with salvaged wood, is the perfect vessel to showcase the artisanship of craft brews. The creators are Christopher and David Steinrueck, who started the Wood Thumb community of entrepreneurs and artists. The two brothers created their first wood neckties from an old redwood beam they found in a salvage yard. Today, all of Wood Thumb’s products are designed, manufactured and packed in their San Francisco warehouse, and most of the materials come from reclaimed wood sources around the Bay Area. For beer lovers, the six-pack carrier is perfect for bringing a selection of craft beer to a friend’s house or an outdoor party. The carriers can accommodate traditional tall bottles as well as short, wide bottles, and a steel handle provides a secure grip. No matter which bottles you’re toting, the Wood Thumb six-pack carrier makes a crafty statement.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Chris
    Chris

    Chris here from Wood Thumb. My brother and I set up a small factory in San Francisco, and make awesome stuff out of reclaimed wood. We hope you enjoy our products and we're happy to answer questions!

  • Chris
    Chris – Special Guest
    6/3/2013 1:06 PM

    love the video, I'll be checking in to this conversation all day, let me know if you have any questions, comments, or favorite beers

  • Lowell
    Lowell
    6/3/2013 1:55 PM

    Cool product.....do you do subcontract work? Lowell Smith

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    6/3/2013 3:39 PM

    @Lowell

    Hi Lowell,

    Feel free to contact Grommet customer support at [email protected] and they can connect you with any information you may need from Chris.

  • jill
    jill
    6/3/2013 2:04 PM

    Love the product and craftsmanship. Just one thought...where's the bottle opener? :)

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    6/3/2013 3:44 PM

    @jill

    HI Jill,

    Fantastic idea! This is the power of our community - always letting us and our Grommet partners know how they can improve a product.

    Have you seen our recent Grommet launch Brewsees? Could be the perfect compliment to this.

  • Chris
    Chris – Special Guest
    6/3/2013 3:47 PM

    @jill,

    Hi Jill,

    thanks for your idea.

    a bottle opener would be a fantastic addition.

    /chris

  • jill
    jill
    6/3/2013 6:24 PM

    @Chris ... Perhaps something attached to the end of the carrier, like the old time Coke bottle openers, or even something made with reclaimed materials (small piece of wood and a nail!) I found one similar to this one by Ethan Hagan at



    Good luck, and again, nice product!

  • jill
    jill
    6/3/2013 6:25 PM

    @Chris. Whoops, perhaps I can't embed a link. Let me try the long way...

    http://www.artofmanliness.com/2012/09/20/how-to-make-a-handsome-and-handy-wooden-bottle-opener/

  • Scott
    Scott
    6/4/2013 12:17 PM

    @jill

    Another way would be to tie a simple cheap "Church Key" to the handle and let it hang inside.

    https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/public/TOqM2umkwOJprE9grsaKEqxELyn9KsJ_XWJcDdxuteyl58uyXK2WcMuXRgmUziP0EgP0p4e3WU_lIpo02lRmZ4lEHRlZii7BwbQSCDhyilBA3zNWDqou5MRLnUWKGHLI5N1tMjTbmLnCLPNgKkA7X1Jh-G2Wb6ZQWBFqodu5YXhdsEGnBWlUCUhpGxfSeam0gg0cvBVWwYDaUoO_SKMZQtwY6MzuwzGQH_7ieQ=s120-c

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Wood Thumb

Wooden 6 Pack Carrier

Made for Brews

Craft beers deserve a crafty carrier. Wood Thumb’s handmade tote, built with salvaged wood, is the perfect vessel to showcase the artisanship of craft brews.

The creators are Christopher and David Steinrueck, who started the Wood Thumb community of entrepreneurs and artists. The two brothers created their first wood neckties
from an old redwood beam they found in a salvage yard. Today, all of Wood Thumb’s products are designed, manufactured and packed in their San Francisco warehouse, and most of the materials come from reclaimed wood sources around the Bay Area.

For beer lovers, the six-pack carrier is perfect for bringing a selection of craft beer to a friend’s house or an outdoor party. The carriers can accommodate traditional tall bottles as well as short, wide bottles, and a steel handle provides a secure grip. No matter which bottles you’re toting, the Wood Thumb six-pack carrier makes a crafty statement.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Chris
    Chris

    Chris here from Wood Thumb. My brother and I set up a small factory in San Francisco, and make awesome stuff out of reclaimed wood. We hope you enjoy our products and we're happy to answer questions!

  • Chris
    Chris – Special Guest
    6/3/2013 1:06 PM

    love the video, I'll be checking in to this conversation all day, let me know if you have any questions, comments, or favorite beers

  • Lowell
    Lowell
    6/3/2013 1:55 PM

    Cool product.....do you do subcontract work? Lowell Smith

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    6/3/2013 3:39 PM

    @Lowell

    Hi Lowell,

    Feel free to contact Grommet customer support at [email protected] and they can connect you with any information you may need from Chris.

  • jill
    jill
    6/3/2013 2:04 PM

    Love the product and craftsmanship. Just one thought...where's the bottle opener? :)

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    6/3/2013 3:44 PM

    @jill

    HI Jill,

    Fantastic idea! This is the power of our community - always letting us and our Grommet partners know how they can improve a product.

    Have you seen our recent Grommet launch Brewsees? Could be the perfect compliment to this.

  • Chris
    Chris – Special Guest
    6/3/2013 3:47 PM

    @jill,

    Hi Jill,

    thanks for your idea.

    a bottle opener would be a fantastic addition.

    /chris

  • jill
    jill
    6/3/2013 6:24 PM

    @Chris ... Perhaps something attached to the end of the carrier, like the old time Coke bottle openers, or even something made with reclaimed materials (small piece of wood and a nail!) I found one similar to this one by Ethan Hagan at



    Good luck, and again, nice product!

  • jill
    jill
    6/3/2013 6:25 PM

    @Chris. Whoops, perhaps I can't embed a link. Let me try the long way...

    http://www.artofmanliness.com/2012/09/20/how-to-make-a-handsome-and-handy-wooden-bottle-opener/

  • Scott
    Scott
    6/4/2013 12:17 PM

    @jill

    Another way would be to tie a simple cheap "Church Key" to the handle and let it hang inside.

    https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/public/TOqM2umkwOJprE9grsaKEqxELyn9KsJ_XWJcDdxuteyl58uyXK2WcMuXRgmUziP0EgP0p4e3WU_lIpo02lRmZ4lEHRlZii7BwbQSCDhyilBA3zNWDqou5MRLnUWKGHLI5N1tMjTbmLnCLPNgKkA7X1Jh-G2Wb6ZQWBFqodu5YXhdsEGnBWlUCUhpGxfSeam0gg0cvBVWwYDaUoO_SKMZQtwY6MzuwzGQH_7ieQ=s120-c

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.