Those tenacious brewmasters at Coors found a tasty pre-Prohibition secret recipe buried in the basement and decided to go for it. The result is Batch 19 – a lager with a bold, hoppy flavor.
Australian designer Tom Hussey has created Kegless, a bag-in-box packaging concept for carbonated beverages that provides a sustainable alternative to conventional single serve packages.
If you’re sad because Lost is in its final season, you can cry into your beer with these fun pint glasses from Ian Leino. Wait – did they ever explain why that bear was on the island anyway???
Don’t let its simple looks (or beer cutout) deceive you: the Brewzer is a 5-in-1 multi-tool that not only opens brewskies but can serve as a pryer, scraper, screwdriver, or package opener.
Created by a former South Pole cryogenics tech, Funrainium’s ChemKeg Dominator is precision drinking at its finest: with a volume of 4.3L, it’s actually a dewar–a scientific grade Thermos.
Some aspire to climb Mt. Everest or make a million bucks, but the 960-page 1001 Beers You Must Taste Before You Die is an aspiration that’s practical, rewarding, and frothy.
Stay under par and under the influence at the same time with the Covert Golf Bag Cooler; it’ll fit into your golf bag shoe compartment while keeping nine 12 oz cans on ice.
It’s always a good time to drink with the Happy Hour Watch: this combination digital and analog timepiece has a buckle on its strap that also conveniently doubles as a bottle opener. Thanks, Mike!
If there’s one thing that the forces of Order and Chaos can agree on, it’s beer: these Warhammer Beer Steins are made out of fine-grain stoneware and are available 4/30/10.
Its name is nearly as “twisted” as its function: the Big Screw Bottle Opener is a hybrid beer and wine bottle opener made with solid aluminum that attaches to your keychain.
99 bottles of beer on the wall ceiling: Tejas’ Beer Bottle Lights are made with empty bottles and 10 to 12 gauge steel; choices range from basic fixtures to a giant 40″ 2-tier pool chandelier.
The Bark4Beer dog collar gives new meaning to the term boozehound: yes, it’s a collar for Fido, but it also features a convenient bottle opener; dog that actually fetches sold separately.
Give the gift that keeps on brewing this holiday season with the Periodic Table of Beer Styles; each “element” includes ABV (alcohol by volume), IBU (bitterness), and SRM (color).
The Naked Pint bares all for brew lovers and also serves as Beer 101 for novices; it covers everything from beer science and misconceptions to food pairings and home brewing.
BrewDog’s Tactical Nuclear Penguin beer will either have you up in arms or under the table: at 32% alcohol, this Scottish double cask matured stout is almost as strong as whisky.
Jeff Evans lays the foam on thick with A Beer A Day; this 384 page book not only introduces a new brew daily but how it relates to our history, traditions, customs, and culture.
Pry open your brewskies with panache with the Top Gear Bottle Opener: it’s a bolt-like, stand-up chromed brass tool that can rip off caps rapidly either by hooking, pushing, or pulling.
Craig Jones turns fridges into hot rods that serve ice-cold brewskies: his Craigerators come in multiple varieties, but our favorite sports an iPod dock with built-in beer tap.
Oh Beer & Pizza Bike, where have you been our entire lives: created by Portland’s Hopworks Urban Brewing, it’s a pedal-powered bar with two kegs and a pizza compartment.
We’ve seen Twitter for power usage and watering plants, but the Tweeting Kegerator is easily the most useful: it monitors beer temp, handle pulls and brew levels; follow it on Twitter.
Once a year, both the Horde and the Alliance put aside their animosity to celebrate Azeroth’s best brews; hardcore party orcs or dwarves would do well to wear this Brewfest t-shirt.
GP has an excellent review up of Craftsman’s Cap Wrench Bottle Opener; it’s basically a opener that acts as a fulcrum, albeit weighing a solid 0.64 lbs and made from solid steel.
To our dismay, this Beer Stein Ice Bucket isn’t meant for in-pool use; still, its inflatable properties make it highly portable and ideal for beer on the go at tailgating and pool parties.
Hot on the “heels” of the Beer Belt Bottle Opener, Reef’s Fanning Sandals let you take suds to the shoreline: it features a built-in bottle opener at the bottom of the sole. Thanks, Devand!
Batman may have his equipment belt, but all boozehounds should have a Beer Belt Bottle Opener: as the name implies, it’s a simple belt with stainless steel buckle and opener.
Perfect for when alcohol has rendered both facial and verbal expression impossible, these Emoticon Shot Glasses allow you to continue boozing and schmoozing without interruption.
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