The sacrifices I make for all y’all – gonna have to drink beer – eat cheese / sausage / and crackers – but I’m willing to do it for you folks so we can decide which Kershaw “Pub Knife” is best. Basically two parts – #1 ( and MOST importantly! ) / How well they open the beer and #2 / How well they cut the “stuff” – Ready?
Here we go!
First will be the “Shuffle” – the purple one . . .
The opener was difficult at best – took 5 or 6 tries to get the beer open . . .
Oh My! – Excuse me while I take a break from all this hard work . . . Although not my usual choice in carbonated adult beverages – hold on while I sacrifice and drink this beer – LMAO!
The “Shuffle” vs the cheese . . .
The “Shuffle” vs the sausage . . .
The “Pub” vs the beer – I’m not saying it was difficult but damn – I was thoroughly parched by the time we got the beer opened – hold tight while I drink this one . . .
The “Pub” vs the sausage . . .
The “Pub vs the cheese . . .
The “Cinder” vs the beer – hooked it up and pop – off come the cap! -First try – YAY! – I was starting to get thirsty from all this heavy duty blogging stuff . . . LOL!
The “Cinder vs the sausage . . .
The “Cinder” vs the cheese . . .
So now we come to the winner and the losers – despite its petite size the “Cinder” was a clear winner – the opener was the best by far – and it cut every bit as well or better than either the “Shuffle” or the “Pub” . . .
Pictured Below . . .
The “Cinder” is the top one / The “Pub” is the second from the top / The “Shuffle” is the bottom one . . .
Bottom line – they all 3 cut – they are knives after all – but the “Cinder” just disappears on your key ring – it cuts – and the bottle opener WORKS GOOD!
Now I have to clean up the mess I made – it’s a tough job . . .
The “Dear Old Nebraska Brew” is from Zip Line Brewing and it’s pretty good for a “lighter” lager beer – nice hops finish – if Zip Line Brewing products are available in YOUR area – check them out – their stuff is pretty good . . .
Here is one of my all time favorite carbonated adult beverages from Sierra Nevada Brewing – hasn’t been produced for quite a time – but I still have 4 bottles stashed . . .
The last of the Ovila Abbey Quad I saw for sale was 4 or 5 years ago and was $5 or $6 bucks a bottle at that time – and worth every penny . . .
Folks – all 3 of these Knives are in stock at BladeHq – go check them out . . . – really – what are YOU waiting for??
What’s in YOUR pocket?
Have Fun! – Run the Gun! – and remember – Fish Heads are Cheap!!