Boker knives have been around since 1884, and they still make great kitchen tools today. This article looks at the history of the brand, their current lineup, and what makes each blade special. We also take a closer look at the Boker Stout Commander, a new addition to the line up.
The Boker Stout Commander is an all new tool for the modern day chef. The Boker Stout Commander has been crafted using only the finest materials available today. This knife features a black G10 handle and blade made from high quality stainless steel. It comes complete with a leather sheath and includes a sharpening stone. The Boker Stout Commander is perfect for any kitchen!
Bokers are known for their quality knives. But did you know that they also make other tools? Like this one?
The Boker Stout Commander is designed specifically for opening cans. It has a serrated blade that makes cutting through tough metal cans a breeze. And its ergonomic design makes it comfortable to hold while you cut.
It comes with a bottle opener built right into the handle. So, you never have to take your hands off the beer.
This tool is made from stainless steel. It features a black finish that looks sleek and modern. And it's dishwasher safe.
Plus, it includes a leather sheath. So, you can carry it around wherever you go.
Boker Stouts are one of my favorite knives. They're easy to use, they have a great balance, and they come in a variety of sizes. So when I heard that Boker had released their latest model, the Boker Stout Commander, I couldn't wait to try it out. Let me tell you, it doesn't disappoint!
It's Made in America. All Boker products are manufactured in the USA. This means that you'll never find cheap knockoffs of Boker products overseas. You won't find any inferior materials either. Everything is built with American steel and American craftsmanship.
It's Easy to Use. One of the things I like most about Boker products is how simple they are to use. There aren't many tools required to open up a Boker product. Just pull the blade out of the handle and start cutting. No screwdrivers, wrenches, or other tools needed!
It's Durable. Boker products are designed to withstand heavy duty applications. They're built tough and durable. Plus, they're guaranteed against defects in material and workmanship for life.
It's Lightweight. When compared to similar knives, Boker Stouts are lighter. This makes them easier to carry and less likely to weigh down your pocket. And if you do happen to drop one, it's unlikely to break.
I could go on and on about the features of the Boker Stout Commander, but I think you get the point. If you want a knife that's going to last, then you need to invest in a quality Boker Stout Commander. A quality knife deserves a quality knife sheath. After all, you wouldn't take your car to a mechanic who didn't keep his tools properly stored. Why would you take your knife to a knifemaker who doesn't care about the way he stores his tools?
Blade steel. The blade steel used in a knife is just as important as the handle material. There are three main types of blade steels: stainless steel, carbon steel, and titanium. Stainless steel blades are typically more expensive than carbon steel blades, but they hold their edge longer and are harder to dull. Carbon steel blades tend to cost less, but they wear down faster and may chip if dropped. Titanium blades are extremely hard and durable, but they're very expensive.
Handle materials. Knives made from wood, bone, horn, antler, and other natural materials are becoming increasingly popular. These handles are often handcrafted and unique, and many feature beautiful designs. However, these knives are usually quite pricey.
Comfort. Comfort is another factor to consider when purchasing a knife. Some people prefer wooden handles while others prefer leather. Others enjoy using a knife with a comfortable grip. In addition, there are different styles of grips available, including finger wrap, thumb rest, and palm swell. Finger wraps are particularly useful for those who suffer from arthritis.
Weight. Weight is another consideration when shopping for a knife. Heavy knives are great for chopping large pieces of meat, but they're difficult to wield when cutting smaller items. Lightweight knives are easier to maneuver, especially when slicing delicate food such as fish or vegetables.
Length. Knife length affects how easily you can reach into tight spaces. Most chefs recommend having a knife between 3 1/2 inches and 4 inches in length. Longer knives allow you to cut through larger pieces of food, while shorter knives are ideal for fine cuts.
Shape. Many knives are straight, but curved knives are gaining popularity. Curved knives are great for cutting breads and pastries, and they're easier to control when carving meats. Straight knives are also handy for cutting through tough foods like chicken breasts.
Finish. Finishes range from polished to brushed, satin, matte, and even blackened. Polished finishes are typically reserved for professional cooks, while blackening is perfect for beginners.
Boker Stouts are among my favorite beers. I love the rich flavor and smoothness of stouts. Unfortunately, they are also quite heavy. That’s why I was excited when I saw the Boker Stout Commander. This device allows me to easily add ice to my beer without having to pour it through a strainer. It does this by allowing me to use a special tool called a “stout shaker”. A stout shaker is simply a plastic container with holes in its lid. When shaken, the holes create turbulence in the beer. This causes the heavier particles to fall to the bottom of the container. Then, I simply remove the top and place the container under running tap water.
The Boker Stout Commander works exactly how it sounds. First, I shake the container vigorously until the sediment settles to the bottom. Then, I run cold tap water over the top of the container. Finally, I remove the top and enjoy my beer!
I have tried the Boker Stout Commander with two different stouts. Both were delicious. One had a nice chocolate flavor while the other tasted more like coffee. I think that the difference between the two is due to the fact that the coffee stout contained roasted malts. I am curious about what other flavors the Boker Stout Commander might be capable of producing.
If you are interested in learning more about the Boker Stout Commander, check out the video below. We are always happy to answer any questions you might have.