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.
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 22oz sizes.
A tasty new seasonal beer from Ireland’s St. James’s Gate Brewery, it’s light, bright, and so drinkable. Turns out that the same yeast that makes a great stout imbues this beer with grapefruit, lemon peel, banana, and a hint of clove. Perfect for spring and summer shindigs.
The latest fragrant candle from our beer-loving pals at Swag Brewery offers up the warm and delectable aroma of maple syrup, waffles, cinnamon, coffee, and hand-poured into a recycled beer bottle. Burns for 45+ hours so you can enjoy that breakfast scent all day long.
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.
This pro-grade appliance takes in grains, and automatically ferments and produces up to 2.5 gallons of craft beer in less than 4 hours. Those looking for an easier to use, smaller system should check out the $799 Pico, which brews pre-mixed grains from famous craft breweries.
Florida-based Saltwater Brewery came up with an edible, compostable and biodegradable alternative to plastic drink can rings which can harm animals. Made from byproducts of the company’s brewing process, the edible rings are just as strong as their plastic counterparts.