The Beer Blizzard is a coaster filled with thermoplastic polyurethane. Chill it in a freezer then place it under a canned or bottled drink to keep the beverage cool. It can keep up to four drinks cool before it needs to be chilled again.
The Beer Glass Froster uses carbon dioxide to cool mugs or glasses within seconds. It comes with a clamp for mounting on a bar or counter top and three AAA batteries for its LED light. CO2 tank not included.
A shiny Airstream Land Yacht that’s been decked out as a full-service bar on wheels. We’d love to have one of these permanently parked in our backyard, but sadly the only way we’ll get to check this one out is to head to Europe.
A smooth Irish whiskey made with mixability in mind. Tastes awesome with ginger ale and a citrus wedge, or with ginger beer, but also easy to drink neat, thanks to its delicate honeyed sweetness. Grab some for St. Paddy’s day.
Jim Beam’s first single-barrel is an exceptional bourbon, crafted in hand-selected barrels. It has a great, full-bodied flavor, but is immensely drinkable – with just the right amount of sweetness and richness. Out March 2014.
Yo ho ho and a bottle of red! Designer Nick Lerwill’s amusing pirate-themed wine opener is ready to use its stumpy corkscrew leg to pop open your bottles with ease. Too bad rum bottles don’t have corks.
A wooden rack that makes it easier to carry and serve multiple bottles or glasses. A great gift for for pub owners and gracious hosts. There are variants that fit beer bottles, shot glasses and pint tumblers.
This limited-edition Johnnie Walker Gold comes in the bottle that it should have always had – enshrouded in a shiny gold finish that deserves top shelf placement. The smoothly honeyed, subtly smoky scotch inside ain’t bad either.
A single malt made near the sea on the Isle of Skye. Has a smooth, but complex aroma with just the right balance of sweet and smoky, made by blending casks from different ages. Warms the mouth with honey notes and a hint of peat.