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.
Take beer pong out of your dorm room with this miniature set. The wooden board comes with two balls tethered to their launchers, 25 small cups and a drawstring storage bag. A foldable version is also available.
Luscious and lathery soaps made with real craft beers, accented by spices and textures like walnut shells, crushed oats and honey. The fragrant Belgian Witbier with orange peel is our personal fave, but they’re all great.
Newcastle Brown Ale shares its plans for the Super Bowl commercial that they would have made if they had the budget. Hiring Anna Kendrick is one thing, but what they had in mind would break even Google’s bank account.
Wanna make sure you remember something? Write a note on your favorite drink. GarageMonk sells blank waterproof vinyl stickers that you can write on with dry erase pens. Each pack comes with body and neck labels.
Crate Style’s family tree posters both decorate and educate. Their already available beer chart explains the countless varieties of brew, while the forthcoming whiskey chart schools us on distilled spirits from around the world.
When these glasses start to look normal, that’s when you should call it a night. That’s because they look like they were just cleanly sliced by some beer-hating ninja. Available in pairs and come with silicone coasters.
Mental Floss’ John Green works from his remote office at Indianapolis’ Sun King Brewery to teach us a thing or two we never knew about our brew, and to set us straight on a few things we had wrong. Also, U.S. Presidents really like beer.
A wooden rack that makes it easier to carry and serve multiple bottles or glasses. A great gift for for pub owners and gracious hosts. There are variants that fit beer bottles, shot glasses and pint tumblers.
YouTuber Harry Wright and his friends in New Zealand pull off beer pong trick shots in and out of their dorm. They’re not as impressive as the kids from Olivet, but hey, that’s why they’re in college isn’t it?
No beer lover would be content with just one sip of his favorite drink. Unless they’re served a Snake Venom. Made by Brewmeister, the beer is 65.7% alcohol by volume. It’s so strong that you should only drink 35ml of it at a time.
Like most ads today, the folks in beer commercials don’t really behave like the people who drink their product. Cracked knows what’s up, and then turns it up another notch by reminding us that beer is really just fungus poop.
A personal draft beer dispenser designed by Marc Newson. The Sub chills beer to 2ºC and uses an easy to install 2L beer container called a Torp. You’ll be able to choose from a variety of brands and have a Torp delivered to your home.
Not only does the MiiR Growler keep up to 64 oz. of brew cold for up to 24 hours, every growler purchased provides one person in need with clean drinking water through sustainable water projects. Has a threadless lid for quick access.
A group of naughty, but awfully generous buddies connected all the plumbing in their friend’s house to kegs of beer. Skip to 2:00 to see many a man’s dream come true. This is probably a viral ad, but whatever. Beer!
For about the same price as a koozie, the BottleCamo will keep your beer bottle 40% colder, thanks to its neoprene inner lining. The stainless steel case also protects and almost completely hides the bottle.
While we fully admit we haven’t yet tasted Birra Spalmabile – a buttery spread made with full-bodied beer, it sounds intriguing enough that it’s at least worthy of a mention. Though we’re not sure you’ll get a buzz from your toast.
Hikers can take a liquid load off with powdered concentrates from Pat’s Backcountry Beverages. Use their custom designed carbonator with the powder to make a tasty soda or beer on the trail. Still no word on powdered toast yet.
By combining American hops, Scottish malt and cold-extracted Guatemalan coffee, Surly Brewing Company may have just invented beer that cures its own hangovers. Ok, we made that last part up, but the caffeine certainly couldn’t hurt.