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Not a fan of that location on the Bronco...paint is going to chip the first time you use it!not in a functional location either
Are you seriously concerned about a tiny obscure paint chip on your off road vehicle?





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Are you seriously concerned about a tiny obscure paint chip on your off road vehicle?
I wouldn't actually be concerned. My truck will be scratched up immediately.

But this could easily be made so there would be no chipping. Like not just cutting a hole in the steel like they've done here. It's just dumb.

I still don't believe this will be production anyway.
 

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Craft beer is 25% of the beer market sales wise, and 45% of consumer drink craft beer...I’m betting the demographic that will buy a new Bronco is WAY over 50% who drink decent stuff...these aren’t Bud heavy drinkers buying these things for the lost part. People need an opener.
How much of the craft beer market does Sam adams make up?
Do they still consider themselves a "craft" beer? Last bottle I had of theirs was a twist off if I remember.
 

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How much of the craft beer market does Sam adams make up?
Do they still consider themselves a "craft" beer? Last bottle I had of theirs was a twist off if I remember.
It’s controversial whether they are considered craft anymore or not. They consider themselves craft. If so. They are definitely the biggest and would have about 2–3% share of the craft beer market. I do think they use twist off mostly though, you’re right there, but it’s been forever since I bought Sam so not positive. I do know some of the bigger craft guys went back to pry off (Sierra Nevada), because it keeps it fresh a little better according to them. Can’t remember the last time I bought bottled beer and it was twist off, and I drink a lot of different beers. Lots of cans these days though.
 

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Back in tha day ..... all Ford seatbelt buckles made better bottle openers than...... bottle openers.

Try it. You'll thank me later.
 

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