When it comes to beer, the possibilities are endless.
It’s an easy, inexpensive way to make an artisanal version of the brew, a delicious way to get your kids drunk, or even a way to celebrate a birthday.
But the next time you’re at the grocery store and you see a beer clip art, there’s a chance you’re going to end up with a beer.
The Beer Clip Art is an interactive series by artist and brewer Rob Smith, who calls it “beer clip art that makes your taste buds dance.”
Smith explains that his beer clip works in the same way as a beer bottle opener or a beer can opener, allowing the beer to float above the counter or shelf without breaking.
He says the idea is to make something you can hang in your home, shop, or anywhere you’d like to display your favorite beverage.
“We’re talking about something you could take with you wherever you go and be able to enjoy it in a way that you’ve never experienced before,” he told Business Insider.
But how does one make their own beer clip?
Smith explained that it all comes down to getting a bottle opener and a screwdriver.
He also says that the process isn’t that hard, and that you can do it with a couple of handy tools.
Here’s how it works.
A beer bottle opening can be tricky.
It might require a bit of work if you’re not a beer fan, but the beer will be in good shape once you’re done.
Smith first learned about the beer clip in the summer of 2015.
He said he noticed an uptick in beer labels on craft beer stores and realized that they weren’t showing up on shelves as often as they should have.
He decided to put together a beer maker that he could use to make his own beer clips.
He told Business Magazine in January that he decided to create the Beer Clip Workshop, an online workshop where anyone can create their own versions of the clips and share them with the world.
He hopes to create a similar resource for beer makers in the future.
“This is my way of helping people make a little bit of money doing something they enjoy,” he said.
Smith started the Beer Clips Workshop in January.
Since then, the brewery has sold more than a thousand copies of his project.
Smith says that it’s been extremely rewarding to see the reaction he’s gotten to his project, which he calls a success.
“I think people really like it,” he says.