Friday, May 08, 2015

SPIGOTS 4 SALE





Want one?



Want one?  Tell me how much you'll pay and I might make it for you.  I'm not kidding.  

11 comments:

Alien said...

Nifty, but needs a much bigger bottle, though. And scotch. Maybe a two-knob kitchen faucet type gizmo?

Esteve said...

Unless bottle neck threads are universal, would it not take a whole bunch of adapters to get to pipe thread? Being a teetotaler I have to ask these things.

Anonymous said...

Bad things happen on Makers Mark. Bad things man. -Anymouse

David aka True Blue Sam said...

All brass; that's good! Never let iron touch Bourbon.

Vonster said...

Does that come in a Woodford Reserve model?

DougM said...

I'll pay $4 for that drink.
Tip included.

Anonymous said...

Sam's Club down here has a 5 litre bottle.

Anonymous said...

VEEERY INTERESTING!

I have some cut-off pieces of 6 X 6 landscaping timbers that I was wondering what to do with. That would give it a heavier/non-tipping base.

I also have some good old brass fixtures that I could boil-out first.

Only problem - How in the devil could I make a secure inserting coupling so the bottle don't leak out when inverted? Any ideas will be appreciated.

From Ron in Ohio

Skoonj said...

Just a guess, but you might keep the bottle upright after opening, then invert the gizmo and insert it over the upright bottle. After that, turn the whole thing upside down.

Kim du Toit said...

Silly sausage. One of those glass 5-gallon iced tea dispensers will work just fine. Whiskey doesn't mind being decanted.

Anonymous said...

It won't work. It's gotta have a vent.

Larry Major

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