Draining bottles

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Draining bottles

Unread postby niels » Mon Aug 11, 2014 10:13 am

A fellow Hopridder* has sent me a photo this weekend with a very cheap effective way of draining bottles:

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Draining bottles using a IKEA BOHOLMEN dish drainer

It's a 6.99 EUR ($7.99 USD) dish drainer from IKEA which is ideal to drain rinsed bottles after a party. :)

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IKEA BOHOLMEN dish drainer

- Niels

* A Hopridder (Dutch for Hop knight) is a member of our homebrew "club". With 6 other friends we brew beer and call ourselves Hopridders (Hop knights). It is derived from the name of the scouting group we all originate from: Graalridders (Grail knights).
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Re: Draining bottles

Unread postby dinnerstick » Mon Aug 11, 2014 11:15 am

hey niels, nice idea. do you know how many 33cl bottles you can fit on there? is it wide enough that you can get one onto each spike?
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Re: Draining bottles

Unread postby niels » Mon Aug 11, 2014 11:43 am

dinnerstick wrote:hey niels, nice idea. do you know how many 33cl bottles you can fit on there? is it wide enough that you can get one onto each spike?

It looks like it. He's going to test it out tonight to confirm, though.

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