Miniature ceramic versions of the house party staple. Use them as shot glasses, for beer pong, or buy some for the young ones – just for milk or juice of course! – to ease them into the scene.
An insulated polyester bag that fits in the shoe pocket of golf bags, perfect for taking up to 6 cans of your favorite beverage on the course. It also comes with a shoulder strap for standalone use.
A new malt-based drink designed to taste like plain fizzy water. A special process creates a colorless, odorless, flavorless brew with 4% alcohol. Not thrilling for tastebuds, but maybe good for mixing.
Mouth blown glasses that hold a pint of beverage on one side and a 2. oz. shot on the other. You can’t use a pair for old school Jagerbombs, but still, they’re versatile drinking glasses.
DQM’s Chinook is a water-resistant, waxed canvas bag with a hidden, insulated compartment roomy enough to fit 12 cans of beer or a couple of packs of hot lunch.
Back in the day, beer cans didn’t have pop-tops and real men had to open their beers with a pointy opener called a “church key” (or a screwdriver if desperate.) Get ready for a blast from the past.
Bushmills takes their triple-distilled Irish whiskey and ads just the tiniest hint of Irish honey to smooth out any rough edges. Thankfully, it’s not sticky or sweet, so the whiskey still shines through.
We bet there’s always a long line of customers where Alexander Shtifanow works, and it’s not just because he takes way too long to make a cocktail. His juggling skill makes it worth the wait.
The Scorzie is a drink cozy that has built-in Home and Away score rings that go up to 21, perfect for scoring beer pong games. It could also be what Martin Scorsese’s closest friends call him.
Tea lovers, say goodbye to tea bags and say hello to this modern metal container for loose tea. The stainless steel Teastick holds tea leaves in just the right place, allowing hot water to flow through.
Next time you have a triple shot of vodka, get a Triple Word Score with these Scrabble drink coasters. Each set comes in a metal tin with 54 coasters made from recycled paper pulp.
You probably won’t be able to pry a door open with it, but you’ll easily pop some bottles with this Mini Halligan Bottle opener, a smaller version of the versatile tool used by firemen. (Thanks Andrew!)
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