DrinkTanks’ Juggernaut is a 1-gallon double wall vacuum insulated growler. It works best with the Kegulator, a CO2 regulator that uses food-grade CO2 cartridges. The Kegulator also works with DrinkTanks’ 64oz. growler.
Conan visited the Havana Club Museum to learn more about Cuba’s famous rum and get drunk on it, hopefully before the world ends. Good thing he didn’t speak in Spanish, or the museum guide would’ve quit on the spot.
The best spirits are aged in oak barrels for a reason. Oak Bottle borrows this technique on a small scale, infusing added flavor and depth into wine or spirits in just 24 to 48 hours. Each bottle lasts up to 50 uses.
Pretend to be a doting dad while you’re really getting your drink on, thanks to this whacked out insulated drink flask disguised as a baby. We’re going to guess this was one of those Brilliant Ideas Had While Stoned.
Keep your partying on the down low with this discreet canned drink cooler. It can carry up to six 12oz. cans or four 16oz cans. It has two full length zippers, an adjustable strap, waterproof lining and foam insulation. More pics here.
The Whiskey Wedge lets you enjoy your favorite drinks chilled while reducing the watered down taste. It comes with a tumbler and a silicone mold that forms a wedge-shaped ice that melts slower than an ice cube.
FoodBeast shows us a way to make those chocolate creme-filled cookies just that much better, infusing them with a boozy pudding mixture. As an added bonus, you get to eat all the sugary filling you scrape out while making them.
“It all has a system Dave. It’ll make sense when you look at it right. You gotta stand back from it, you know?” A replica of the famous mug from The Usual Suspects. Buy at least two so you can re-enact the climactic scene.
Get your drink on while getting your sorbet on with these freezer pops filled with fruity ice spiked with vodka. Flavors include apple, black currant, and lemon/lime. A welcome alternative to jello shots.
These sections of charred oak barrel staves will add new depth to existing spirit. Simply let them soak for up to 20 days in your favorite alcoholic beverage, then then strain through the included cheesecloth. BYO bottle.
A problem with old bottles is that the cork can degrade and fall in while opening. Master sommelier Ronan Sayburn shows off a method which lets him open a bottle with a wet feather. Though you need searing hot port tongs too.
A more intense take on Mike’s Hard malt beverages, Mike’s Harder ups the alcohol content to 8% ABV. This one tastes like a bright apple cider with cinnamon red hots sprinkled in, and is packaged in amusing fan-designed cans.
Inspired by 19th c. recipe, Slow & Low starts out with straight rye whiskey, then introduces orange peel, raw honey and horehound, resulting in a perfectly balanced, slightly sweet cocktail with a wondrous fragrance. Just pour and enjoy.
A brilliant 8-year single malt scotch whisky double-matured in old bourbon barrels then in Amontillado casks. A big, bold mix of smoke and sweet, with undertones of nuts, figs and dates. One of the best whiskys we’ve tasted this year.
Easy, low calorie cocktail mixers with natural flavors, lime and agave. They add zest to most any spirit. Moonlight mixes watermelon, habañero, lime and mint; Lanai combines pineapple, jalapeño and lime. More flavors to come.
Warm your cockles this winter with two very special, beautifully smooth Speyside single malt scotch whiskys for very special occasions. The 18yr. has bold flavors of coffee and burnt orange, while the 25yr. is spicy, earthy and chewy.
The uKeg keeps beer and other carbonated drinks fizzy and fresh, thanks to its regulator cap that works with food-grade CO2 cartridges. Its double-walled stainless steel body keeps drinks hot or cold for hours. Available in 64oz and 128oz.
Spice up your evening with Patrón’s latest tequila liqueur. XO Cafe Incendio is flavored with chocolate and spicy arbol chile peppers. Makes for the world’s most awesome cup of coffee or hot cocoa, but also tastes great all by itself.
A sweet, spicy and smooth concoction made from Kentucky bourbon whiskey, pure honey and spicy ghost pepper. With a flavor reminiscent of a red hot candy, it makes for a great shot, or to compliment apple pie à la mode.
UV does a great job replicating the flavor of a caramel apple with this sweet and slightly salty vodka. You’ll definitely want to mix it with some club soda or apple cider to take the edge off. It’s like a carnival in a glass.
Wacaco’s Minipresso is a compact, portable and hand-powered espresso machine. Its scoop and cup are integrated in the machine. It makes 2.35oz. of coffee by default, but Wacaco will also release an optional 4.6oz. water tank.
The Vinnebago is an insulated canteen that can keep cold drinks cool for up to 25 hours and hot drinks steaming for up to 12 hours. It can carry up to 25oz. of fluid. Available in white, black or stainless steel.
New York’s Death & Co. is regarded as one of the greatest premium cocktail bars in the world. Now you can create nearly 500 drink recipes, designed and curated by the bar, with incredible cocktails like the Shruff’s End and the Hostage Situation.
To make its beers, Anheuser-Busch needs the purest water. The company generously shares their clean H2O with those in need, canning drinking water and shipping it to areas stricken by natural and other disasters.
The Mighty Mug has a discreet suction cup at the bottom. This makes it highly resistant to being knocked off when on a smooth and flat surface, but it can still be lifted straight up like a normal tumbler.