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By combining American hops, Scottish malt and cold-extracted Guatemalan coffee, Surly Brewing Company may have just invented beer that cures its own hangovers. Ok, we made that last part up, but the caffeine certainly couldn’t hurt.
Another product of Restoration Hardware’s current obsession with grimy 20th century curios, this imposing iron drink cabinet is based on a light bulb voltage tester from the 1920s. Perfect for supervillains and mad scientists.
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.
Similar to the Coke Can Glass, the Cuppa-Can is a ceramic mug shaped like a drink can. It even has a silicone lid with a molded pull-tab. Its double wall insulation keeps hot drinks hot and your hands cool. Also available here and here.
80’s themes, energy drinks, zombies and MJ dance moves. Now that we’ve viewed this video by itinerant party planners Matinee, it’s still unclear what we’re watching, but it may be the greatest thing ever produced. (Thanks Mike!)
Barista/drink artist Nowtoo Sugi amps up his intricate latte-foam creations by adding dashes of colored bartender syrups to his creations. Check out some videos of his methodical drink painting process here.
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.
The Portland Press is a french press that fits over a 24 oz. mason jar. All of its parts are backed with a lifetime warranty. The mason jar isn’t covered by the warranty, but obviously you can easily replace that part.
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.
Crafted from hand-picked apples, this is no ordinary cider. Stella Artois new beverage offers a clean and tangy flavor, and can be sipped like white wine, but we found it much more refreshing. As a bonus, it’s gluten free.
Dominique over at Foodbeast dreads the idea of graduating college – not because of the job market, but because of the snoozefest ceremony. Her solution? Get a buzz on with her combo flask/mortarboard. A+ work, Dominique.
To help promote the slimming benefits of their sugar-free soft drink, Diet Coke created the world’s slimmest vending machine. Sure, it only dispenses one type of drink – in small aluminum bottles – but it’s still pretty damned cool.
Chill, carbonate and dispense different flavors and kinds of beverages in one small device. The Sprizzi uses 2oz. flavor packs, good for 16oz. of drinks. It can also be used to make non-carbonated drinks.
For the lazy bartender. HomeWetBar’s Sasquatch shaker lets you make mixed drinks in large batches, up to 110 oz. or about 3.3 L. You can also have your shaker engraved if you’re willing to spend a little extra.
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 Barman is a simplified weighing scale. Use a mobile app to send the recipe of the drink you want to make to Barman and it will tell you how much of each ingredient to add using an idiot proof interface.
Make your own custom fruit-infused vodkas with this special bottle. Simply place fruits in the base, and add your vodka to blend flavor into your favorite neutral booze. The double-walled stainless container keeps things nice and chill.
Professor Cornelius Ampleforth’s Rumbullion! is a high-proof Carribbean rum that’s been infused with vanilla and orange, along with notes of cinnamon, cloves and cardamom. Comes wax sealed in a brown paper and twine wrapper.