We haven’t had a chance to taste this chocolate peanut butter Porter from DuClaw Brewing Co., but they pulled us in with what could be the best microbrew name ever. Though we’re not sure if they named it for Ricky Bobby or Kanye.
This R/C four-wheeler can go from land to pool, delivering up to four bottles or cans of your favorite beverage to its intended recipients. Once in the pool, its cannon can blast a stream of water at your pals too.
Industrial designer Joey Ruiter conceived this fat-wheeled urban bike with a special holder built in for carrying around a 1/2 gallon growler filled with his favorite beer instead of a water bottle. Hydration is overrated anyhow.
For a promo stunt, Beck’s hired creative agency Shine and effects firm Gyro Constructivists to build a record player based on Edison’s original phonograph, but using a specially inscribed beer bottle in place of a wax cylinder.
Put them in the iron maiden! (Excellent!) Execute them! (Bogus!) This new British ale created in collaboration with Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickenson will only help to further you on your excellent adventure.
Say goodbye to warm beer with these freezable aluminum rods you can actually drink through. Just keep ’em in the freezer, take a sip to make room, then pop one into a bottle of brew to keep it nice and frosty cold.
Sure, you could go with one of the 1,000 bottle openers on Kickstarter, or you could get creative with the way you open your brew. Clip Nation compiled some of the better ways to pop open a cold one. Also, screw-off bottle caps.
The beer lovers’ fridge. Elvira Stoveworks’ Northstar refrigerators not only have a cool 1950s design, they can also be equipped with a draft system, including a beer tap, a CO2 cylinder and a keg. Beer sold separately.
The ultimate lazy accessory for your Lazy Boy, the Bottoms Up beer dispenser fills cups of beer not only from the comfort of your recliner, but from the bottom of the cup – just because it likes to show off.
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!)