The Old West-style leather label isn’t just for looks; 1860s Genuine American Vodka is made in Wisconsin with 100% American grain that’s distilled five times and filtered with Mesquite charcoal.
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.
Make wine and war with the Knuckle Duster Corkscrew; it boasts a chrome-plated, brass knuckles-style handle, perfect for letting loose your grapes of wrath on stubborn corks.
Recently scoring an A at Drinkhacker, Bulldog Gin is quadruple distilled and made in London; it’s smooth and easy to drink with delicate hints of lemon, lavender, and licorice.
A blend of 1,200 brandies aged between 40 to 100 years in a single cask, the Louis XIII Rare Cask is an ultra-premium bottling; it’ll come in a palladium-dressed black crystal decanter.
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.
Kraken Black Spiced Rum is as opaque as the ink from its namesake, but this spicy 94 proof drink will put hair on your peg leg and is good both alone and as a mixer; review here.
We hope you have no issues with neural tissue: despite all appearances, these Bloody Brain Shooters are quite drinkable and involve curdling Irish Cream in lime juice and vodka.
1800 Tequila continues its Essential Artists series for 2009; 12 new bottles join the mix, including grand prize winner StevOramA and Shepard Fairey’s Studio Number One.
Limited to 12 decanters, Dalmore’s Sirius Single Malt is a 1951 vintage Scotch whisky available at World Duty Free stores; it’s from a single cask and bottled with a cask strength of 45%.
Proof that bosses not only crush player’s dreams, but Sonoma grapes: Boss Monster is a 2007 Zinfandel made by Woot Cellars; it’s available in a six-pack, but only until the end of the week.
Make no bones about it: Fred’s Fossiliced ice cube trays are more Ice Age than Jurassic Park, but we’re chill with the idea of serving up Triceratops tonics and T-Rex tequilas.
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.
Combining racing and drinking seems like a bad idea, but LugeCubes are molded ice cube trays that let you create the ultimate liquor run–just don’t get your tongue stuck in anticipation.
Combining two great vices in one, this Playing Cards Flask is a stainless steel flask that flips open to reveal a full deck of playing cards–just don’t drink yourself under the table.
No need to roll for constitution: despite names like Sneak Attack and Eldritch Blast, Jones’ Dungeons & Dragons Spellcasting Soda sole magical effect is to make you gassy.
It’s the choice of drink for vampires everywhere (especially in HBO’s True Blood): Tru Blood isn’t really O Positive, but looks the part; it’s actually an tart, orange carbonated drink.
It took 40 tries and two days to get it right, but Robert Carlyle absolutely nails The Man Who Walked Around The World, a six minute history of Johnnie Walker; it’s shot entirely in one take.
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.
8-Bit Vintners mixes geeks and grapes with their inaugural 2007 vintage, Player 1: it’s a blend of wines from vineyards in Eastern Washington, including Syrah, Tempranillo and Malbec.
It’s a marriage made in beer heaven: Jagermeister’s 6-Bottle Shot Cooler not only lets you take your 70-proof Jagers on the road, but keeps them simultaneously chilled and on tap.
Perfect for making cold, minimal-dilution spherical ice, this aluminum Ice Ball Mold can create up to forty 30 mm balls per hour; also available: baseballs, soccer balls, and diamonds.
The inebriated are easily amused, but this ElectraPour should impress even the most sober of bar-hoppers: a red LED light illuminates the entire stream of liquor as you pour.
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