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How to Make Wooden Beer Mugs

How to Make Wooden Beer Mugs
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How to Make Wooden Beer Mugs

If you are a person who loves to make wooden crafts and other decorating items with wood, then you should consider making a wooden beer mug. You might be already aware of the fact that pallet wood is the ideal type of wood for making wooden beer mug. However, it is significant to note that a wooden beer mug that is made from pallet wood is not that suitable for drinking beer and other drinks. This is because this type of wood can be toxic, which means that it is best to use the wooden bug for decorating and aesthetic purposes only. Below are a few simple set of steps that will give you an idea of how to make a wooden beer mug.

Choose a Size and Cutting

The first and most important thing you should do is to determine the type of wood you want. If you have already decided to go with pallet wood, then the next thing to do is to choose a size and then cut the wooden log to your preferred size. However, you will also need to cut an extra slice from the log to make the handle.

Drill a Hole

You will now need to make a hole right at the center of your log. It is best to use a driller for the purpose instead of relying on conventional methods. Once you have drilled the hole, outline the edges of the mug handle, and cut it out from the wood.

Sand Down the Interior and Edges of your Mug

Sanding down is one of the most difficult and time-consuming steps in the process. It is best to use a machine for the job instead of using your hand, as it will speed up the process and keep it interesting. If you are using a machine, try to be gentle when you are sanding down.

Join the Mug and Handle Together

You will now need to smooth out the surface between the mug and the handle. Use an angle made and ensure that the handle is held straight, and then join the handle and the mug with a suitable method. You can make the wooden beer mug look a lot more elegant and unique by adding carvings on the exterior of the mug.