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Beer

Wooden Beer Tote

Wooden Beer Tote

Throw out that crummy cardboard box and arrive in style with this wooden bottle carrier, handmade by David and Christopher Steinrueck from salvaged redwood, and a galvanized steel handle.

Human Can Opener

Human Can Opener

We’ve featured a lot of bottle openers, but this man doesn’t need any of those to drink beer. First of all, he drinks from a can and second… just watch. Don’t even think about trying this.

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Giant Fist Koozie

Giant Fist Koozie

Foam fingers say “we’re number two.” Be number one at the next ballgame with this giant fist of doom, perfect for holding onto your cold brew and issuing non-lethal beat-downs.

Carlton Draught: Beer Chase

Carlton Draught: Beer Chase

Four dumb robbers walk into a bar filled with policemen. Naturally, a chase ensues, with all the stunts and antics we’ve seen in movies. Except this time no one’s willing to let go of their beer.

KeyShark Bottle Opener

KeyShark Bottle Opener

Thumbs up to the discreet, aerospace aluminum Keyshark bottle opener; the tiny, highly engineered tool is lightweight and can open all sorts of microbrews thanks to its shape. (Thanks Bob!)

Double-Ended Beer

Double-Ended Beer

The latest user-submitted concept for Australia’s Hahn Beer envisions an ingenious beer can that can be opened from either end. The bottle version, however, leaves a little to be desired.

Square Beer

Square Beer

Hahn Australia explores a customer’s suggestion to do away with round beer bottles, and go with square ones. Imagine the possibility of building massive LEGO-like structures from your empties.

Bottle Opener Magazine Ad

Bottle Opener Magazine Ad

Ad agency Duval Guillaume Modem designed this foldable print advertisement for Carlsberg beer, which converts into a usable bottle opener. While not perfect, it certainly beats using our teeth.

What’s This? A Beer?

What’s This? A Beer?

(NSFW) Using Danny Elfman’s lively tune from The Nightmare Before Christmas was a good call on director Stephen Sotor’s part for this funny parody. It really captured the magic of our first drink.

Churchkey Flat Top Pilsner

Churchkey Flat Top Pilsner

Back in the day, beer cans didn’t have pop-tops and real men had to open their beers with a pointy opener called a “church key” (or a screwdriver if desperate.) Get ready for a blast from the past.

Scorzie

Scorzie

The Scorzie is a drink cozy that has built-in Home and Away score rings that go up to 21, perfect for scoring beer pong games. It could also be what Martin Scorsese’s closest friends call him.

Chainsaw Bottle Opener

Chainsaw Bottle Opener

There are lots of ways to open a bottle of beer, but you have to hand it to this guy for his ability to cleanly pop open a cold brew with just a bit more equipment than is necessary.

Dogfish Head Mini Beer Infuser

Dogfish Head Mini Beer Infuser

A miniature version of Dogfish Head’s beer infuser, the Randall Jr. lets you make a glass of flavored beer anytime you want. Place the ingredients inside, pour beer then refrigerate for 10 minutes.

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Mini Halligan Bottle Opener

Mini Halligan Bottle Opener

You probably won’t be able to pry a door open with it, but you’ll easily pop some bottles with this Mini Halligan Bottle opener, a smaller version of the versatile tool used by firemen. (Thanks Andrew!)

The Beer Tool

The Beer Tool

Pop open a cold brew in second most manly way possible, with The Beer Tool. Each one starts out as a basic open-ended wrench, modified to perfectly open bottles, while looking good in your toolbox.

Spill-Proof Beer

Spill-Proof Beer

You know the feeling – some self-absorbed jerk smacks into you at the bar, spilling your precious brew down the front of your shirt, so you smell like stale beer. Hahn Beer has the solution.

Men Say No to Wine

Men Say No to Wine

This ad for New Zealand’s DB Export Dry beer recalls a time where men had all but given up on beer, forced into sipping wine instead. Perfectly captures the era – especially the hairdos.

Rogue Voodoo Bacon Maple Ale

Rogue Voodoo Bacon Maple Ale

Combining the flavors of Voodoo Doughnut’s bacon and maple fried pastry with an ale seems like either the best or worst idea in the history of brewing, depending on your perspective.

One Second, One Beer

One Second, One Beer

We don’t know about you guys, but we prefer to savor our beer when we drink. But this strange character at a Japanese bar gulps down an entire mug of the cold, frosty stuff in one second flat.

Duff Beer 24-Can Pack

Duff Beer 24-Can Pack

You don’t have to take a trip to Moe’s or to Apu’s Kwik-E-Mart to score some of Homer’s favorite beer. You can have this pack delivered to your doorstep, straight from Springfield Germany.

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Black Market Goods Beer Bottles

Black Market Goods Beer Bottles

These beer bottles are the bomb, literally. Too bad Marco Manansala’s BMG-10 Black Market Goods beer bottles are still only a concept. A brewery needs to pick up on this idea and license it – now.

Summit Beer Froster

Summit Beer Froster

Keep your beer at the perfect frosty temperature, 24 degrees Fahrenheit, using one of these specially-designed Beer Froster fridges, designed to maintain your brew at the optimal temperature.

On-Ice Beer Dispenser

On-Ice Beer Dispenser

The On-Ice Dispenser keeps your favorite drink accessible and cool without being diluted by the ice, which is isolated in the interior chamber. Has a maximum capacity of 80 oz.

Alpina Beer Bar (and Grill)

Alpina Beer Bar (and Grill)

Kick the keg to the curb and upgrade your outdoor parties with this stainless steel beer tap, powered by compressed CO2. Fully equipped, it can grill brats and burgers to go with your brewskies.

Beercandy

Beercandy

Bourbon drinkers have lollipops, so why shouldn’t beer connoisseurs have their own candy too? Available in creamy caramels and taffy, made with real beers like IPA, Lager, Stout and Lambic.

Hahn Beer Ad

Hahn Beer Ad

We want to shake the hand of whoever thought of this commercial. Seriously if Hahn beer were sold where we lived, we’d have bought a case right now just because of this ad.

WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery

WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery

If you’re serious about home brewing and you want to do it with style and ease, the WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery might be perfect, assuming you care enough about your beer to spend $4,500.

Bottle Cap Starry Night

Bottle Cap Starry Night

We can’t imagine how much “research” went into UVA students Ross Thomas and Elizabeth Farrell 8000 piece, 7′ x 9′ beer bottle cap rendition of Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Want to buy it? E-mail them.

Six-Pack Frame Cinch

Six-Pack Frame Cinch

While we don’t condone drinking beer and biking at the same time, it’s nice to know that there’s a handy way to carry your brew to the party while you ride. Handmade leather from Walnut Studiolo.

How Beer Saved the World

How Beer Saved the World

We’re not sure if the Discovery Network is playing an early April Fools Day prank or if there’s truth to the stories behind their special about beer’s world-transforming properties. Premieres 1/30.

iPhone Beer Cannon

iPhone Beer Cannon

The inventor of this iPhone-controlled beer robot deserves the next Nobel Prize. Not only does it let him check beer temp, he can choose a beer and fire a cold one across the room to himself.

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