Motorhead Chevy. Kenneth Norburg from Sweden found a very unusual place for his bottle opener.
Motorhead Buick. After seeing what Mr Norburg had done, I just had to see if it would fit my 1960 Buick
James J Barker IV from the USA really went to town mounting his Beergoyle. Complete with a magnet to catch the bottletops. Neat idea James.
Ace of Spades from Paul Humphreys UK. Paul was our very first Snaggletooth customer and has done a great job of mounting his Beer buddy.
Great minds think alike. Jacqui Collins, UK, another ace.
Meet Carl Watson from Sacriston, Co. Durham UK. This guy really loves his Beer Buddies. Just check out some of the imaginative ways he's found to display his collection.
Carl has discovered that they also make great drawer pulls. I wonder if the drawers are full of beer?
Just because nature calls doesn't mean you have to stop drinking.
Get a Beer Buddy installed by the toilet and party on.
Nice one Carl
Tribal Skull Beer Buddy mounted on the front of Carl's Yamaha just looks perfect.
Tim Dawson from Birmingham UK has made his own Irish themed pub in his shed. The perfect place for a Leprechaun beer buddy
Playing rock n roll is thirsty work. Looks like John Dacey from Newquay, UK ,has got it covered.
Another one from Cornwall UK. Andrew Benham lives just up the road. Enjoying a local beer too by the look of it.
Gene Gardner UK. Snaggletooth stands out well on a red wall.
Moto Uef from Germany has also gone down the Ace of Spades route when he mounted his Snaggletooth in his garage.
Paul Mac Arry from Belgium is another Motorhead/petrolhead who likes his Beerbuddy on the grille of his '79 Oldsmobile. I think this might be catching on.