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Style iBT00 - The tips of the arms of these sunglasses open your favorite bottle or can of beer! Sure, you can also use them on cans and bottles of soda and herbal water! Customers may imprint their logo or text on one or both side arms of these sunglasses. We offer 23 different ink colors you can use. Ships from Florida, international ok.

Price Chart
Quantity
Set Up
SALE
100
Free
2.025
200
Free
1.920
500
Free
1.830
1000
Free
1.710
2500
Free
1.650
10000
Free
1.586
Minimum: 100 pair. Minimum per color: 24. Price is for the finished sunglasses with a one-side imprint.
Golf and sunglasses are partners that simply belong together. Whether a golfer wears prescription or mass merchandised sunglasses with full UV protection like ours, stepping out onto a golf course with protection for your eyes is a double-triple bogie. Don't do it! We produce this two-sided imprint for private golf course in California each season.
Hoping for the best hops? Try 20 types
An important ingredient of beer is hops. Sure there is barley and water, other parts as well, but hops are right in there as a significant ingredient. Those of us who may not be artisans of craft beer, microbrewers or farmers may not be aware there are dozens of types of hops. A short list follows this paragraph. Different varieties of hops are best used to create one type of beer over the other. Crystal hops, for example, is prized for German-style pilsner, lager and Belgian ales. Simcoe Brand YCR 14 hops contributes to Pale ales and Red ales.

Some popular hops include: Amarillo® Hops, Cascade Hops, Centennial Hops, Chinook Hops, Citra Hops, Crystal Hops, CTZ Hops, Fuggle Hops, Lambic Hops, Magnum Hops, Mt. Hood Hops, Nugget Hops, Perle Hops, Saaz Hops, Simcoe Hops, Triumph Hops, Willamette Hops

After all that work and hopping around, how about opening the beer?
The craft beer movement in the United States continues to increase in popularity. Microbreweries are prominent centerpieces of neighborhoods in both small and large towns and cities from shore to shore. University programs which center on the science of alcoholic beverage production and are enjoying increasing enrollment. When a patron and beer lover visits one of these microbreweries, the staff is charged with opening up any bottles served or pouring the beer from the bottle to a beer glass. No one inside a craft brewery worries about opening a beer bottle while visiting there.
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You are at a Picnic, a bottle of beer appears. What's next?
You've visited a craft brewery in your own town or while on vacation. You purchased a couple of six-packs of the beers or ales that you liked. Now you are at a picnic and you realize the cap is not a twist-off, not a screw-top, it is up to you to find a bottle opener to get to the gold inside. Panic sets in, what will you do. Lucky you! You quickly realize you are wearing the sunglasses you picked up at that brewery -- the ones with the beer bottle opener on the arms! Whip off the sunglasses, pop the top with the end of the sunglass arm and enjoy the beer the way it was supposed to be!