Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Mr. Fantastic » Sat Nov 07, 2015 1:53 am

Funkmonkey wrote:I could never understand why people would use a sword to open a champagne bottle. Glass bits must go everywhere.


Well that's the movies for ya.
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Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Funkmonkey » Sat Nov 07, 2015 10:51 pm

Mr. Fantastic wrote:
Funkmonkey wrote:I could never understand why people would use a sword to open a champagne bottle. Glass bits must go everywhere.


Well that's the movies for ya.


Yeah, just a good old fashioned corkscrew and take the cork out works for me.
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Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Funkmonkey » Wed Jul 06, 2016 2:17 pm

I forgot to mention I was given one of these as a gift. It works well, and is total overkill, but it's a handy conversation piece gadget with wow factor when you use it.

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