You’re going to love these, folks.
They’re beer goggles.
A pair of goggles that, in a word, help you see beer.
It’s not as cool as goggles that have LEDs in them, but they work just fine, and for a great price.
The goggles are available in a variety of styles and configurations, including goggles with a built-in LED strip that lights up when you walk in the brewery, goggles with an LED strip on the front that turns into a small light, and more.
You can also buy a helmet for $99, which comes with a metal frame and a visor.
The goggles are compatible with the Oktoberfestival beer festival, but only with bottles that are made for the Oktobashi brewery, which produces beer from Oktoeba in Japan.
The festival is held in November.
I’ve had the goggles for a couple weeks now, and I’m happy to report that they work great.
The light on the goggles stays on, the LEDs don’t dim, and the goggles feel comfortable and well-made.
This is my favorite kind of goggles: goggles with no LED strip.
In the case of the Oktaeba glasses, the LED is on the back, and this makes them easy to wear.
While I would definitely wear goggles with LEDs on the lenses, the Okca glasses do a great job of concealing the lenses when the LEDs are on the glasses, allowing them to remain in place even when you’re not looking at them.
OktoberFest beer goggles will cost you around $200, but the goggles are not for everyone.
I haven’t tried them myself, but I’m sure they’ll work for those who are.
You can also try these at home with a small projector, a tripod, and some other tools.
It’s worth checking out the goggles before you buy, though, because you may want to consider getting a pair to give to a friend or relative, as they may be worn more than once.
Also, I like to wear these on a regular basis to make sure I’m not making the wrong beer-related decisions.