For every bottle worth opening there is a bottle opener worth using, but few makers put as much time and effort into the tool as this one does. Jack's first hardwood bottle opener came into being while he was trying to figure out how to use leftover scraps of wood generally burned or thrown away after the woodworking process. He went through several design variations before settling on one that was both functional and aesthetically pleasing. His line is a step up from the usual plastic key chain openers toted by beverage enthusiasts worldwide, and provides a more sophisticated crack of the cap (or so we imagine). We'll drink to that.