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Noemi Shipping Container Cabinet

Noemi Shipping Container Cabinet

17 Stories‘ distressed metal bar cabinet has looks inspired by an industrial shipping container. It features a double-decker design that’s ideal for storing bottles of wine and glasses, but really can be used for all sorts of items. Measures 49.2″ H x 28.7″ L x 16.5″ D.

Dragon Shot Glasses

Dragon Shot Glasses

Next time you sit down to watch some Game of Thrones reruns, raise a glass to the Mother of Dragons with these substantial stainless steel shot glasses. Each one features an embossed dragon motif, sculpted from durable resin with an iron-look pigment. Sold as a set of four.

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DUO All-purpose Cocktail Glass

DUO All-purpose Cocktail Glass

Our cabinets are loaded with glasses for just about every type of cocktail, and frankly, it’s overkill. We love the idea of the DUO Glass – a 10 oz. glass for all kinds of drinks, with insulated double-wall construction, and a curved bottom for ice spheres. Ice molds included.

Underground Bar

Underground Bar

Like the Biersafe, but way slicker, Timo Hänsel’s in-ground Bierkühler Deluxe is fully motorized, and packed with LEDs so drinks make a dramatic entrance as they rise up from the ground, where they remain cool and out of the sun. It looks like it was a pain to set up though.

Libation Station

Libation Station

Sean Woolsey’s open-face home bar can hold 20 to 25 bottles, along with all of your barware, and up to 20 bottles of wine in the storage area. It’s made from powdercoated aluminum, with a black walnut pull out shelf for drink prep. Just be sure to mount it into wall studs!

Tailgaterz Tailgating Tavern

Tailgaterz Tailgating Tavern

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.

Izola 4-in-1 Bar Tool

Izola 4-in-1 Bar Tool

Upgrade your bar with one small purchase. Izola’s convenient all-in-one bar tool combines shot measuring cups, a bottle opener, corkscrew and ice breaker. Made from bronze finished stainless steel for durability.

Airplane Trolley Wine/Whiskey Bar

Airplane Trolley Wine/Whiskey Bar

Germany’s Skypak creates rolling bar carts using authentic aircraft food and beverage cart. These ones are made from reclaimed wine and whiskey barrel timbers replacing the aluminum sides and top. Also available as coolers.

Jerry Can Bar Cabinet

Jerry Can Bar Cabinet

Danish Fuel converts old military style fuel cans into small, wall-mountable bar cabinets perfect for holding a couple of your favorite bottles and cocktail glassware. Available in a variety of colors and with ash, walnut or laminate shelves.

Jägermeister Shotmeister

Jägermeister Shotmeister

The intense, herbacious flavor of Jägermeister is best enjoyed ice cold. Thanks to the home bar friendly Shotmeister, you can now serve your shots chilled down to sub-freezing temps any time. (Jäger bottles sold separately.)

Tequila Buffet

Tequila Buffet

Etsy artist Robert Locke handcrafts these clever liquor platters from chestnut beams salvaged from dismantled Appalachian barns and homes; includes cutting board, salt bowls, paring knife and spoon.

Markham Console Bar

Markham Console Bar

The Markham Console Bar’s weathered pine trestle base makes it a solid man cave choice; it features a recessed bottle trough, hidden tool drawer, and cast-iron towel bar and bottle opener.

Wine Barrel Bistro

Wine Barrel Bistro

This Wine Barrel Bistro squeezes one last drop out of retired oak wine barrels, turning them into a table and stool set that features recycled staves, barrel-hoop foot rails, and leather seats.

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