Another product of Restoration Hardware’s current obsession with grimy 20th century curios, this imposing iron drink cabinet is based on a light bulb voltage tester from the 1920s. Perfect for supervillains and mad scientists.
The corkscrew might soon be rendered obsolete. The Helix wine packaging concept uses a glass bottle with a threaded opening, making it easy to both uncork and reseal. And yes, it still makes the popping sound.
Marshall Jamshidi’s line of drinkware was inspired by and makes use of laboratory glassware such as Erlenmeyer flasks and beakers. It includes a variety of glasses, a decanter and a cocktail shaker.
Say goodbye to warm beer with these freezable aluminum rods you can actually drink through. Just keep ‘em in the freezer, take a sip to make room, then pop one into a bottle of brew to keep it nice and frosty cold.
Crafted from hand-picked apples, this is no ordinary cider. Stella Artois new beverage offers a clean and tangy flavor, and can be sipped like white wine, but we found it much more refreshing. As a bonus, it’s gluten free.
To help promote the slimming benefits of their sugar-free soft drink, Diet Coke created the world’s slimmest vending machine. Sure, it only dispenses one type of drink – in small aluminum bottles – but it’s still pretty damned cool.
For the lazy bartender. HomeWetBar’s Sasquatch shaker lets you make mixed drinks in large batches, up to 110 oz. or about 3.3 L. You can also have your shaker engraved if you’re willing to spend a little extra.