Cathy's Concepts Cathy's Concepts CBH1122 Cold Beer Here Pilsners Set of 4 P4153735 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/CCS/CCS-CBH1122.jpg Cathy's Concepts CBH1122 Cold Beer Here Pilsners Set of 4 4153735 6.98lbs 8.00 12.00 12.00
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Cathy's Concepts CBH1122 Cold Beer Here Pilsners (Set of 4)

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It's time to let the good times roll our Cold Beer Here Pilners. Sold in a set of four and equipped with four toast-worthy sayings in a letterman styled font, this pilsner set is universally shaped for every man (and woman's!) glassware collection. Featuring hand blown glass, weighted bottoms and tapered silhouettes, the barware toasters are come complete with one of the following sayings engraved on each glass: Just Chillin', Cold Beer Here, Beer Me and This Beer's 4 You!

And because the 20oz. pilsners are dishwasher safe, they will easily be raised in praise for many years to come!

Details:
Size: Measure 8.25 inches tall by 3.5 inches in diameter. Hold up to 20 ounces.
Materials: Clear glass Please Note: Hand blown glass may contain small bubbles.
Quantity: Sold in a set of four.


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