Work to the bar and bar work. It is clear we must do everything possible to save time. And what better way to go to the bar with bottle ring can opener built into the tie. The After Office Tie is designed for the Synapse Group Design, which this project certainly interspersed with the occasional cane bar. The truth is that the ties is a whole world, because here at NPC and have taught you changed many ties to choose from. So those who hate the typical tie, with so many options no longer have an excuse. There will always be an option to wear this garment with a little humor. very good, the weight executed at least bring her wrinkle-free forever, only if they can pull on a table and / or spotting, that's why you have to bring a clip was also a good point that it actually brings the bow, because if and when you carry over 10 beers have no problem to remove / put, and only hope it's stainless steel and to remove the plunger to wash it, because it's not nice to your clothes / clothing stinks of beer. WNO open beers there are always many men looking for techniques and tools in nature: to support another, a paper with a spoon, a ring, etc . . . well this product would suit the dress "Chelero" XD. Given that the work carried American (or suit), the tip will not be at work and your boss will not even own. [. . ] Marvel of technology adapted to sedentary men. See also tie to beer, opener for cans, starter ring [. . ]. Seen This [. . ] Marvel of technology adapted to sedentary men. See also tie to beer, opener for cans, starter ring [. . ]. Seen This [. . ] Me. " Now I know where I were going to throw you any of you . . . See also tie to beer, shirts to ties, Corbafanda, ¿tie or scarf? Foolish Gadgets seen by [. . ]. [. . ] You can drink beer while using the iPhone. Fuckyea! See also Bicycle with opener tie to beer, opener [. . ]. Seen in Star Trek . . On January 24, 1935, appeared in the United States, the first canned beer. Date the Krueger's Finest Beer and Krueger's Cream Ale to have been exposed for sale in Richmond, Virginia. But it actually had its birth 14 months ago, just before the end of Prohibition in the United States. The American Can Company succeeded in producing only a can. All that was needed was a brewery that wanted to be a pioneer. Then, the Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company of Newark agreed in November 1933. The end of this month. Americam had installed a temporary filling line and produced 2000 Krueger's Special Beer cans, which contained beer Krueger with 3. 2% alcohol, which was the highest level allowed by law at that time. This became the first can of beer in the world, but not yet sold commercially. The 2,000 cans were given to faithful Krueger drinkers: 91% agreed and 85% said they tasted more like beer than beer in bottles. After the success of the test Krueger, with green, history was made. The cans have evolved a lot since that time. Note that there are several different types within each category (low profile, high profile, j-spout, and crowntainer quart cone tops for example). Flat tops needed an opener, also known as "church key" that could be opened. The old cans Flat tops, usually has a large hole made by these openers. The name comes from the top of the form: flat means 'flat' in Portuguese. This was the style of tin that Krueger was launched regionally and nationally released in June 1935 by Pabst. The latest flats were produced until around 1970. It's hard to imagine, now that we have the finest aluminum cans that weighed close to 113 Flat grams and an aluminum can weighs about 7 grams. That's why the opener used was large and robust. There are four basic types of cone-top: Low Profile, High Profile and J-spout always assembled from three parts. The differences between them are the height and shape of the cone. A fourth type was the Crowntainer, which was based on a rigid body and a concave bottom. The change that revolutionized beer cans took place in March 1963 when the Pittsburgh Brewing Company introduced its beer in Iron City Beer cans that needed no opener. You put your finger in a ring, and the can was pulled open. The Schilitz used what she called "Pop Top" in national distribution, and in 1965, 75% of cans produced ring can opener no longer needed. The pull tab cans remained in production for just over 10 years, when they were replaced by Stay tab which is the format used today. The Pull Tabs have been both a dream for the beer drinker and a disaster and environmental terms. Pets and wild animals died by ingesting the ring can opener and the worst in some people choked the ring can opener leading to death. Injuries caused by the rings left on beaches and dirt roads and bins were terrible. The Stay tabs were the answer. They were introduced in 1975 by the Falls City Brewing Company in Louisville, KY, USA. The rings were connected to the can. Today, nearly all beverage cans have that kind of pull tabs fecho. Algumas of the first, known as "Zip Tops" had a card (tab) inserted at the top and a generally more open to instruction. . . .