From Brooklyn Blondes to Sonoma Saisons, each craft beer bottle cap is a tiny trophy for hoppy triumphs. Crafted from Baltic birch plywood, these state-shaped display boards offer cap collectors an alternative to throwing those little works of art in a plastic cup or cluttered drawer. The openings have small teeth that fit the crimped edges of caps to hold them securely, and the board sports additional holes to hang the whole display on a dorm, game room, or man cave wall. Made in Tampa, Florida.
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I find this piece to be made well and find it very attractive. Will be hanging it on the wall just as soon as it is filled up. I find it to be a good idea for a product.
My family members have been competing over who can fill their beer cap maps fastest. The gift is always unexpected and a hit!
It made for a perfect anniversary present. I tied in how we will collect the bottle caps together, exploring our favorite places in Utah and making memories.
Salt Lake City, UT
Perfect for a beer lover who is hard to shop for
Kansas City, MO
It's a perfect gift for a guy to hang in a bar area of the home. Our neighbor loves it and can't wait to have it filled up and hanging in his basement bar.
Nice quality and a unique idea for the beer lover who has it all
Love the idea of collecting bottle caps from different states, and displaying them. The caps don't always stay in the slots, but a dab of glue will hold them in place.
I bought this for my boyfriend's 21st birthday. He loved it and is excited to fill it up with different craft beer caps from our local breweries. That being said, I wish this product came in different wood stains and was a little less flimsy; hopefully once it is filled up it will feel a little sturdier. Overall, very cute and quirky piece that will look great once it is filled!
He loved it! The caps easy fit inside the holes and are not wiggly or seem to be falling out anytime soon. He can kinda rough, he was trying to put one in and accidentally snapped Long Island off - we glued it back on. Maybe try using a thicker more durable type of wood or MDF!
This will be perfect for my new living room.