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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Aidansdaddy17, Apr 3, 2013.
No blades sold them all for beer
Seapine Citra IPA and Seapine IPA with a couple Regular Sebenzas
Thought the wire guy was ET at first.
Had Yuengling in a can, not too bad. It was on sale as a left over from cinco de mayo. Most of you know I only try a beer once in a blue moon (not Blue Moon beer). Liked it better than Modelo Especial, but still liked Modelo Negra better.
And because I had to ask, why is it not Modelo Negro? Well, did a little looking and found out the word Modelo is an irregular Spanish noun, it stays "modelo" (means model or version) and just changes the article "el" or "la" depending on what you are talking about, and in this case we are talking about beer (cerveza) so it is a feminine word. So it needs a feminine adjective, thus you get Modelo Negra.
Is the beer from Spain? What is the blade?
A Bock and a Boker+
Yes, it is a Spanish beer. The knife is from a Spanish craftsman named Carmelo Mata.
Ha... I can see it...
A certain knife store that specializes in knives from a specific continent, they often send these little copper wire creatures along with an order... pretty cool added little bonus to a box...