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11.16.2012

The Bottle Cap Bar of Dodge Brewery

After four and a half years of brewing, Eric Dodge finally has all the badging of the pros. He's put his family crest logo on t-shirts and labels before, but nothing says "official" quite like a bottle cap.
Classy? Quite. 
But wait...it gets even classier. Saddled with an outdated bar in his basement, Eric Dodge decided to jazz it up with bottle caps. He edged it in wine corks, laid out a substantial collection of bottle caps, and covered the top with half-an-inch of clear resin for a solid top surface.
The ultimate basement accessory.
Check out the cork siding.
A custom cap in action!
Dodge's only regret? Not using more custom caps. My only regret? Not having a basement where I can have my own bottle cap bar.

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