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Brutool Lagerhead Black & Tan Turtle
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- Also a bottle opener
- Cute turtle design
- Create layered beers
- Portion of proceeds go to turtle habitat preservation
- Stainless steel construction
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The Black and Tan Turtle is the ultimate device for creating classic Black and Tans and other layered beers. Formed from premium-grade stainless steel, the endangered Macroclemys temminicki (alligator snapping turtle) is known to be the animal most closely resembling a black-and-tan spoon in nature, possessing the shell-shape, claws and snappers to be a natural for the job! Perhaps this makes the alligator snapping turtle the stout-lover's best friend. The claws fit perfectly on a pint glass, the body transforms a stream of stout into tiny rivulets which facilitate layering. The mouth of the snapper makes for a handy bottle opener, too. And for animal lovers and those concerned with natural environments, portions of the proceeds from every purchase of this hip, dual-function tool go to the Lagerhead Foundation, an organization dedicated to turtle habitat conservation and restoration projects. Last but not least, this snappy guy comes packaged with recipes for ten different half-and-half drinks. A must-have for the stout at heart.
Top Customer Reviews
& if you really want to know what that implies? Consider that as liquid pours freely through air, it IS ALSO subject to the 'Coriolis effect'. (Which's to say, our planetary-rotation's induced spinning action doesn't ONLY happen as it's going down your drains, naturally. ; )
= there's only 2 points of pour 'curling' as such around either side of a pour-spoon's handle...
- on this item you're working with 5xs MORE little pouring 'eddies', thus making a full DOZEN 'whirl-pool' points as it's being poured into the 1st beer in the glass. Whell, of course we know how that works out...
This pouring device actually CAUSES 500% more stirring action which's exactly what it's supposed to prevent, literally drilling through the 'meniscus' of the first beer which's to be disturbed as little as possible.