DIY your very own beer flights tasting tray. It’s so easy and the results are fantastic!
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I’m not sure when it happened, but I became one of those gals who loves her plateware. I mean, what’s up with that? Dinner and dessert plates, platters, bowls and don’t get me started with serving trays…my heart’s all a flutter!
So, when it came time to create my next Kreg Tool project, which happened to coincide with my cousin, Tom’s birthday, I decided to combine my love of trays with his love of beer. Enter today’s how to: DIY a beer flights tasting tray…and a little som’sin-som’sin extra!
Low and behold, this beer flights tray can also be used for liqueur, nuts, hot sauces, candies or anything you wish to enjoy tasting and labeling for guests. With just a few supplies, including scrap wood you’ve been die’n to use, you can make a set of four in no time! Bottom’s up!
Watch our DIY Beer+ Flights Tasting Tray VIDEO TUTORIAL:
I just love how elegant this flights tray turned out. Your tequila tasting guests will FLIP OVER how interactive this is!
If you’re not so into beer, you can use these trays for WINE! WINE NOT?
If you’re looking to host a HOT ONES CHALLENGE party, these trays are perfect! Keep it simple with four kinds, or line them up for 8, 12, or 16 sauces! Ouchie!
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We’ve teamed up with Kreg Tool to create this fun how-to for their buildsomething.com site. We also received compensation and a Kreg Tool product sample to use in this post and have included affiliate links to the tools and supplies I used in this project which helps fund these free posts and projects. My personal opinions are completely my own based on my experience. I wouldn’t have it any other way!
Skaie Knox is a storyteller on a quest to provide sparkling content through copywriting, songwriting and video production. She is founder of HomeJelly, Ruggable.com's key copywriter, a published singer/songwriter (Fervor Records/ASCAP) and kid's book author (Big Bug Lunch!). For doable DIY video tutorials, subscribe to her HomeJelly YouTube channel (for link, click on my nose!).