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If you have people in the military and/or you enjoy collecting humorous drinking vessels, Etsy seller Derek Swager’s shop is a good find. He sandblasts and etches his designs on 25 oz. bar quality glass mugs. Custom orders available.
Hank the Beer Tank is a portable kegerator. You can plug it to a 12/24V DC or 110-240V AC outlet. It can chill beer down to 0ºF and keep it there thanks to its circulation blowers. It also has a detachable tap tower and a digital thermostat.
Combining smooth hefeweizen wheat beer with real grapefruit, Schöfferhofer brews up a fantastic warm-weather drink that’s light enough to be refreshing and not weigh you down. Perfectly balanced between sweet and tart.
Here’s how you warm up mankind to human augmentation. Salta Beer claims it replaced a lost tooth of three rugby players with a metal one that doubles as a bottle opener. We’d rather have it on our hands, but we guess this works too.
A favorite beer for over 100 years in Mexico, Montejo’s golden lager is available now in the U.S. for the first time. It’s light-bodied, crisp and perfect for hot Summer days and for cooling off your mouth from spicy salsas and moles.
The Arctican’s double-wall insulation is good enough to keep 12oz. cans cool, but freeze the cooling core and twist it in and you’ll get a chilled drink for up to 3 hours. Your drink could even end up being colder than when you started drinking it.
The perfect thirst quencher for hot Summer days at the beach or by the barbeque, Coors Light Citrus Radler is a remarkably easy to drink beer, with just the right hint of natural citrus flavor to add a little zest to its smooth and clean body.
Redditor Blackl3ird made beer plumbing in his house. PVC pipes house the tubes that connect his homemade kegerator to a dispenser on his living room wall. Computer fans route the cool air from the kegerator to the pipes.
DrinkTanks’ Juggernaut is a 1-gallon double wall vacuum insulated growler. It works best with the Kegulator, a CO2 regulator that uses food-grade CO2 cartridges. The Kegulator also works with DrinkTanks’ 64oz. growler.
It’s fun and easy to use Burton’s Beeracuda outdoors year round. Keep a tidy six pack of cold cans in the insulated sleeve, and reward yourself for your efficiency by placing a bonus can for yourself in the koozie-enhanced shoulder strap.
These wood maps collect bottle caps from your favorite beers, turning an empty span of wall into a cool, personalized piece of art. Whether you’re a road warrior, international traveler or like to drink close to home, there’s a map for you.
No you aren’t tipsy, you’re just looking at a clever glass which holds 12 ounces of your favorite beer. Bonus points for being able to enjoy the head instead of bottle swigging like you we usually do. Or, maybe you are plastered.
An all-in-one beer brewing machine. Newbies can simply order ingredients from Brewie and let the machine handle the rest, while experienced brewers can use their own ingredients and tweak Brewie’s parameters to their liking.
A more intense take on Mike’s Hard malt beverages, Mike’s Harder ups the alcohol content to 8% ABV. This one tastes like a bright apple cider with cinnamon red hots sprinkled in, and is packaged in amusing fan-designed cans.
This leakproof, powdercoated stainless steel container holds up to 64 ounces of your favorite brew, keeping it perfectly chilled for up to 24 hours. Also works to keep hot beverages warm up to 12 hours.
Graphic artist Txaber envisions a smart new way to package beer cans and bottles – showing off the color of their contents using vibrant Pantone swatches. Though we’re not sure that imperial stout really that color.
So you’ve been tasked with bringing beer to the party. You could bring the bottles in the cardboard pack they came in, but what are you, a caveman? The only way to carry beer is in this top-secret briefcase. Handcuffs sold separately.
Oktoberfest is just around the corner, so why not prepare early with this pewter-finish resin holder, which carries a 12oz. can of your favorite brew, and turns it into a beer stein. Works just as well with soda cans – perhaps even better.
A dramatic time-lapse demonstration of the fermentation process in the making of Sierra Nevada’s Bigfoot Ale, with massive batches of bubbling hops, yeast and wort rising and falling on their way to becoming delicious beer.
What’s better than a creamy head on your beer? A beer slushie, that’s what. Kirin Ichiban’s machine turns beer into a slushie that you can then use to top off a glass of beer, helping it stay cool for up to 30 minutes longer.
If there’s one thing that Jelly Belly is good at (besides feeding our sugar addictions) is putting unexpectedly accurate flavors into their candies. Yes, these jelly beans taste just like draft beer. Sadly, they’re non-alcoholic.
While you might be tempted to pry open a bottle of beer with your teeth, it’s probably best left to the professionals. Let this cast iron, wall mount skull bottle opener do the work for you, and save yourself a visit to the dentist.
Despite bottleopenersbeingeverywherethesedays, they’re still not always there when you need them. These pint glasses ensure you’ve always got one handy, since it’s built right into the base of the glass. Also opens twist-offs.
Keep your beer nice and cool year round without need for refrigeration. The eCool takes advantage of the natural temperature change below ground, feeding new cans to the top with a simple crank mechanism. Holds 24 cans.
Meriwether’s beer bottle carrier is crafted from western red cedar wood, with a copper bottle opener. For an extra $15, they’ll inscribe the bottom, so it makes a great gift – especially when loaded up with the recipient’s favorite brew.
While most beer bottles end up being recycled or trashed, Russian designer Constantin Bolimond envisions durable wood and plastic bottles which could double as bowling pins once you’re done enjoying their contents.
A follow-up to the Old Milwaukee promo in which a couple of dudes use a variety of superfluous and unnecessarily foam-inducing methods to pass each other a can of brew. Refresh your memory with part one here.
Designed to make brewing your own beer, cider or mead easy, HopBox offers hand-built brewing kits that include equipment, starter ingredients, brewing instructions, rustic wood stands and even bottles for your finished product.
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.
Think IPAs are too bitter? Try Magic Hat’s latest craft brew, an India Pale Lager that starts off with a touch of citrus and bitterness, but follows with a smooth, malty finish. A great beer you can drink all night.