The Trinken lid and cup provide a stealthy way to carry a beer can, concealing your brewski inside of a mock coffee cup. It’s designed to firmly grip standard 12oz cans, and has a silicone gasket to ensure no leaks. It also provides insulation between the can and your hand, and collapses down to just 1.5″ when not in use.
Keep up to 128 oz. of your favorite craft beer fresh and carbonated for up to 2 weeks with GrowlerWerks’ uKeg 128. The vacuum-insulated steel container has a built-in tap, a variable pressure regulation cap, and keeps charged with CO2 cartridges. Also available in copper.
Rumpl, maker of awesome blankets for camping and bedrooms turned their textile skills to something entirely different this time, with the creation of a soft and insulating beer koozie that packs up small enough to carry it on your belt loop. Available in 12oz and 40oz sizes.
The Pretentious Beer & Glass Company creates some of the most awesome handblown drinkware we’ve ever seen. They make a wide variety of unique glasses for beer and cocktails, water carafes, and even a glass which blends two beers. Available as singles or in sets.
You’ve been hiking all day, and you deserve an ice-cold brew when you get to your destination. Keep your bottle chilled in a tiny sleeping bag you can hang on your backpack. It’s got a soft and protective nylon shell, an insulated liner, and a carabiner with a bottle opener.
S&D Brewski’s stainless steel growler has a built in erasable chalkboard so you can remember what’s inside. Its double-walled, vacuum-sealed insulation keeps contents fresh, and stays cold up to 36 hours, and its screw-top lid comes with a tether so you don’t lose it.
Brewjacket’s Beermkr makes brewing craft beer easier than cooking. Order a beer kit, put the ingredients in, turn the machine on and wait. After a week you have a gallon of fresh beer that you can store in the included dispenser. You can order premade kits or create your own.
The Pico U is PicoBrew’s latest beer brewing machine. But aside from letting you ferment and brew a variety of beer from PicoBrew’s selection, the Pico U also lets you make coffee, tea, dry soda, kombucha and much more, all in a compact package that’s easy to clean.
The perfect gift for any craft beer fanatic, this Man Crate includes a 64 oz. mini-keg steel growler, personalized with its recipients name, two cool pint glasses, a bag of delicious Brew Candy, a 33 Bottles of Beer journal for logging brews, and a chalk pencil for growler labeling.
BrüMate’s modular can cooler holds 12oz or 16oz cans, or can be filled directly with up to 16oz of beer or any cold drink to enjoy through its sipper lid. Its double-wall insulation keeps things cold, and you can super-chill your 12oz cans with the included freezable gel insert.
Sempli Designer Daniele Semeraro presents a fantastic looking set of modern, hand-blown crystal beer glasses, each designed to enhance the flavor and minimize foam. Includes 12 oz. IPA, 12 oz. pilsner, 19 oz. pint, and 12 oz. birra glasses, and packaged in a fancy gift box.
Like putting our pants on one leg at a time, we’re used to doing the same with our beer bottles. But if you’ve got guests over, you can pop open six bottles at once with this clever bottle opener design from Dim Sum Club, currently being funded over on Indiegogo.
Say cheers to Hilliard’s Craft Beer Brittle. Cooked in copper kettles, and packed with crunchy spanish peanuts, fresh brewed beer from the Shovel Town Brewery creates a buttery, nutty flavor with enough hoppiness to balance things out. Perfect for microbrew fans.
Most beer koozies are made from foam or fabric. But Ollari’s shows us how to make a super slick koozie from carefully segmented blocks of walnut, maple, and padouk, glued together, then turned on a lathe. A layer of clear lacquer protects it from condensation.