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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
There’s more than one way to brew beer, as is evidenced by this insanely complicated Rube Goldberg contraption from Trumer Pils which goes to great lengths to produce a cold pint.
A running joke among beer buddies, now an actual product! Fill it up with any drink you like and hang it by your favorite spot, for “when the pains of your life, wife or strife, get too much.”
It doesn’t get simpler than this. Actually, it could get simpler – the bottle opener has a magnet right where the bottle crown fits so it won’t drop after it’s popped off. Clever.
Cockeyed kills two birds with one impractical but funny stone – a tray that holds and cools beer. It’s hard to carry, it melts after a while, and it takes too long to make, but it’s still cool.
After numerous self-scalding attempts to create fried pillows filled with beer, thanks to the miracle of science, Mark Zable has produced a single bite of pretzel dough packed with golden brew.
Assuming you like Heineken, this desktop kegerator could be your new best friend. It keeps your beer perfectly chilled, and dispenses easily from Heine’s pressurized 5-liter mini kegs.
We can barely get a six-pack of brewskis open in 80 seconds, but this guy managed to pop open 200 individual bottles in that time. No bottles were broken, but he did spill just a little bit.
Dutch brewer Koelschip has rolled out this new brew with an unreal 60% alcohol content, aka 120 proof. Start the Future sells for $45 for a 1/3rd liter, and is meant to be sipped like a fine spirit.
We’re digging the clever packaging 22Squared designed for Atlanta’s Red Brick Beer, which includes some laugh-out-loud humor and tongue-in-cheek Southern storytelling. (Thanks, Josh!)
This 2 minute Sapporo commercial from Toronto’s Crush Inc. is one part layered and suspended reality, one part peek into rich cultural history and all parts beautiful animation. (Thanks, Adam!)
Those of us who enjoy smelling like a brewery at all times might like the handmade soaps and shampoo bars made with aromatic essential oils and the fine ales from Delaware’s Dogfish Head.
Do you still celebrate the little victories in life? Let these commercials for Thailand-based Cheers Beer show you how. We don’t think there will ever be an ad campaign more epic than this.
Get your drink on with these retro Atari arcade pint glasses. Each set comes with Missile Command, Asteroids, Centipede and Tempest glasses. Of course, they’re perfect for playing quarters.
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