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The fine folks at Brewer’s Cow have concocted several flavors of ice cream infused with beer. They’re working on a Chocolate Truffle Stout made with Thomas Hooker that we can’t wait to taste.
Take a break and check out these 40 seconds of funny: watch what happens when a bunch of guys who are waiting for beer get something else instead – a cuddly tuxedo cat. (Thanks Jacob!)
A concept for a takeaway beer four-pack that retains the form of the traditional beer pint using recyclable paper cups. Designed by Ivan Maximov for the Russian beer pub chain MUG.
A bottle cap opener that collects caps in its body. It can store up to 30 caps at a time, and it has a removable base for easy disposal of caps. Less time for cleaning means more time for drinking.
Carry your canned beer like a boss with Burton’s Beeracuda insulated beverage sling. The cylinder holds up to five cans, while the Koozie on the shoulder strap can hold a sixth. Perfect for bikers.
The fine folks at GOOD asked their readers to nominate the best-tasting, sustainably brewed, independently owned craft beer made in their state. The result is this very cool infographic.
We don’t buy beer based solely on the label, but without a single sip touching our lips, we’re sold on this limited edition Russian stout. Only 1000 cases brewed, so legwork is required if you want some.
Pop a cap off on your favorite beverage with MadeByAmmo’s stainless steel Bullet Bottle Opener. Bonus: you can carry this symbol of manliness around, since it doubles as a keychain.
Looking a special beer for the holidays? This golden brew comes in a champagne-like 750ml bottle, complete with foil-covered cork. It has tiny bubbles – and 10.3% alcohol to keep your cockles warm.
Happy Hour’s stainless steel Bottoms Up watch is water resistant to 5 ATM, sports a luminous analog clock and (most importantly) has a bottle opener built right into the band buckle. (Thanks Jason!)
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.
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???
This Carlsberg Vintage No. 2 claims to be one of the most expensive beers in the world, and at over $300 a bottle we won’t argue; it’s limited to 600 bottles and brewed in Copenhagen.
A collaboration between the Sapporo brewery and Royce Confections, this Chocolate Beer will be sold starting today in a limited run of 72,000 cans; it’s made with roaster malt and cacao.
If wine gets better with age, Fossil Fuels’ Brewing Co. blows vineyards out of the water with their uber-ancient beer: it’s made with yeast extracted from 25-45 million year old amber.
Perfect for football parties, the Krups Beertender not only keeps beer perfectly chilled at 41 degrees F, but it injects CO2 every time you open the tap. Use with a Heineken DraughtKeg.
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