Author Matthew Rowley was given a old book of poetry. The book contained a secret manuscript with hundreds of recipes for compounding ingredients to create imitations of banned liquors. Learn which ones are worth replicating and which are downright dangerous.
Regardless of its looks, we don’t recommend filling this jerry can flask with gasoline, but you’re welcome to go with an equally potent booze of your choice. Made from stainless steel with a mirror finish, and holds 6oz.
A TSA-approved kit that has everything you need to make an Old Fashioned, a gin and tonic or a Moscow mule mid-flight. Well, everything except alcohol of course. Stupid rules. Each kit makes two cocktails.
Get your home bar going right with this bar kit that includes a Mason jar shaker, double jigger, strainer, spouts, stirrer and a hardwood muddler. Includes a digital recipe guide to get you started. Save 34% off the MSRP.
Anheuser-Busch shows several traditional toasts from different countries. Humans really are a funny lot. The things we value can be so arbitrary. Except for the bit about buying everyone a round. That one’s universally appreciated.
Perfect for tailgating or camping, this food and drink serving station offers hanging organizers, a shelf for dry goods, insulated side coolers for drinks, and a sturdy prep surface. Folds into a compact bag for easy carrying and storage.
A delightfully smooth and light coffee that helps you get your day started right – packing B vitamins, potassium and other nutrients you might otherwise skip. Available in light, medium and dark roasts, and three delicious flavors.
Combining smooth hefeweizen wheat beer with real grapefruit, Schöfferhofer brews up a fantastic warm-weather drink that’s light enough to be refreshing and not weigh you down. Perfectly balanced between sweet and tart.
Bartender Adam Delaney presents a century of cocktails by preparing 10 mixed drinks, each representing a different decade from 1915 all the way up to the present. Take note of the music and Adam’s attire.
A favorite beer for over 100 years in Mexico, Montejo’s golden lager is available now in the U.S. for the first time. It’s light-bodied, crisp and perfect for hot Summer days and for cooling off your mouth from spicy salsas and moles.