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.
Reknowned for their Obsello Absinthe Verte, Esmeralda Distillery’s Port of Barcelona Gin is distilled in their absinthe stills and mixed with 13 botanicals for a Mediterranean flavor.
Staffed with Shaun of the Dead lookalike bartenders, Donny Dirk’s Zombie Den is a decidedly undead unfriendly bar: it’s got a chainsaw in the corner for those special outbreaks.
You won’t be mistaken for a boozehound with this leather cocktail bag; it’s packs a stainless steel cocktail shaker, four 10 oz. glasses and three zippered pockets for other goodies.
Take your margaritas on the road with Margaritaville’s Explorer: it features a rechargeable 18 V battery pack, pre-programmed drink settings, and a plastic 36 oz jar for durability.
Black Bull Whisky is simple and strong Scottish stuff: 50% malt whisky, 50% grain whisky, all of it over 30 years in age and bottled at 100 proof; the first batch is limited to 600 bottles.
Ideal for entertaining in tight spaces, Crate&Barrel’s Kenton Bar Cabinet unfolds to reveal shelving for 12 wine bottles and three stemware racks; the bar top can also double in length.
Available 11/2/09, Jose Cuervo’s 250 Aniversario Tequila is their most exclusive; it’s an 80-proof blend of anejo tequila and 100 year-old blanco tequila and will be limited to 495 bottles.
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.
The Brewzkey essentially sells itself: the key-shaped bottle opener is designed to be carried on your keychain, and is durable; it’s as thick as a nickel and made out of stainless steel.
120-year old distillery William Grant & Sons’ Glenfiddich 50-year Whiskey is one of its rarest; they’ll sell 50 hand-blown bottles a year for 10 years, each tucked into a leather-bound case.
The deep south and the cold north get together for Jeremiah Weed Sweet Tea Vodka; Drinkhacker loves the stuff, which is essentially 70-proof iced tea that goes down ridiculously easy.
Bill Amberg and Johnnie Walker team up for the Weekender bag: it’s made with perfed dark navy calf and saddle leather and includes a bottle of Blue Label Blended Scotch Whisky.
Anything that describes itself as a “hellish clear herbal liqueur” is worth a try; Vegefeuer is a 110 proof drink designed to be set on fire, which brings out its roast and caramel flavors.
It’s not the only iPhone drink app out there, but we like Drinkspiration’s extra features: it can recommend based on your location or, most interestingly, by ambient volume.
Based on Heineken technology, Newcastle Brown Ale’s DraughtKeg is a mini-keg with space for 10 pints; it uses an internal CO2 mechanism to keep beer fresh up to a month.
We’re wary of celeb drinks like Justin Timberlake’s 901 Silver Tequila, but Everyday Drinkers finds it competitive against other premium brands; it’s smooth with a bright, tropical nose.
Definitely fraternal twins, Dom Perignon’s Twin Set packs an Oenothâˆš®que 1995 and Vintage 1995; the former is smoky and peaty, while the latter features golden honey notes.
Now that’s product packaging: Armand de Brignac’s Brut Gold champagne is gold-plated with stamped pewter labels–the bubbly inside is also good, scoring an A on DrinkHacker.
You’ll need be sober enough to use it, but DrinkTracker is a decent breathalyser in a pinch: it takes your stats and drinks consumed to figure out your BAC. Thanks, Samantha!
Named for the botanicals it steeps in for 24 hours, Beefeater 24 uniquely adds in sencha and green teas; best served with plenty of ice, it’s a 90 proof drink with strong juniper flavor.
This can’t be a good idea for your game, but we think this Golf Bag Drink Dispenser is perfect for clandestine booze hounds; it’ll hold up to 48 ounces of hot or cold beverages.
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