Alaskan Fish & Chips Crate

1 review

Alaskan Fish & Chips product has been discontinued

Alas, it is no more.

Why is this discontinued?

Al Gore, inventor of the Internet, was throwing a rollerskating disco inferno in our warehouse last night and decided to invent pocket-sized Man Crates by cutting into eighths our entire supply of Snack Sensei Crates.

I don't believe you

In The Box

  • Naturally Smoked Wild Salmon, 8 oz
  • 2 Lillie's Hot Pepper Vinegar Kettle Chips, 1.375 oz
  • 2 Lillie's Sea Salt and Black Pepper Kettle Chips, 1.375 oz
  • Crowbar
  • Crate
  • How It Ships

    Crate gifts are shipped in a Man Crates cardboard shipper box.
    In a sealed wooden crate with a laser-etched crowbar.

    • Orders placed by noon PST will ship out same day
      Orders placed by noon PST will ship out same day
    • Choose your delivery date at checkout
      Choose your delivery date at checkout


    Something’s Fishy

    The Americans and the British have enjoyed a friendly rivalry ever since we threw a ship’s worth of their fancy tea into the Boston Harbor. Honestly, we think it’s time they let that one go. At this point, it’s just water under the bridge.

    In our latest triumph over pinky raising, we’ve one-upped fish and chips. Instead of fluffily breaded fish fillets, we went with protein-packed, Alaskan wild salmon. Plus, we added actual chips. Because in this country, words still mean something.

    The Alaskan Fish & Chips Crate takes snack time to the next level of freedom and flavor. Wait, they spell it flavour? Seriously?

    Meal Mentions:

  • These salmon were caught in the Alaskan wild, using a secret technique the fisherman learned from actual bald eagles.
  • Then they were filleted by hand, and marinated in a special brine before being slowly smoked over alderwood for up to 18 hours. That’s as long as we could wait before our tummies got rumbly.
  • Customer Reviews

      Jun 26th 2018

      Cute concept that falls flat when the big reveal is over. The work of opening the glued box is seemingly the highlight of these gifts as the contents were underwhelming. 4 bags of salty potato chips and 1 piece of foil-wrapped smoked salmon with a lot of packing paper. You could recreate this at home with Lay’s and Chicken of the Sea and duct-tape it into a tackle box for a lot less cost and similar humor value. Oh well. It’s the thought that counts, right?