Each Swig hip flask is made out of a single piece of stainless steel, given a mirrored finish and engraved with its production number. Carries up to 6oz (170ml) of liquid. Also available with a variety of pouches and engraving.
A delightfully smooth and light coffee that helps you get your day started right – packing B vitamins, potassium and other nutrients you might otherwise skip. Available in light, medium and dark roasts, and three delicious flavors.
Combining smooth hefeweizen wheat beer with real grapefruit, Schöfferhofer brews up a fantastic warm-weather drink that’s light enough to be refreshing and not weigh you down. Perfectly balanced between sweet and tart.
Bartender Adam Delaney presents a century of cocktails by preparing 10 mixed drinks, each representing a different decade from 1915 all the way up to the present. Take note of the music and Adam’s attire.
A favorite beer for over 100 years in Mexico, Montejo’s golden lager is available now in the U.S. for the first time. It’s light-bodied, crisp and perfect for hot Summer days and for cooling off your mouth from spicy salsas and moles.
The Arctican’s double-wall insulation is good enough to keep 12oz. cans cool, but freeze the cooling core and twist it in and you’ll get a chilled drink for up to 3 hours. Your drink could even end up being colder than when you started drinking it.
The perfect thirst quencher for hot Summer days at the beach or by the barbeque, Coors Light Citrus Radler is a remarkably easy to drink beer, with just the right hint of natural citrus flavor to add a little zest to its smooth and clean body.
Unlike other heated mugs, the Nanoheat mug has a built-in battery so you don’t have to keep it plugged in to work. It can keep your drink at 145ºF to 155ºF for 45 mins. per charge. It also has an optional wireless charger.
Redditor Blackl3ird made beer plumbing in his house. PVC pipes house the tubes that connect his homemade kegerator to a dispenser on his living room wall. Computer fans route the cool air from the kegerator to the pipes.
The premium Signature Craft collection adds two new Kentucky bourbon variants for 2015 – a bold and spicy high rye, and a deliciously smooth and honeyed rolled oat, both aged for 11 years. Two more expressions are expected in September ’15.
This bottle carrier from Walnut Studiolo is the perfect way to transport whiskey or wine, and a great gift for beverage aficionados. Handmade from vegetable-tanned leather and sustainably-harvested cedar. Includes 2 matching coasters.
Created by Robin and Andréa McBride, two long lost sisters living on opposite sides of the globe, Truvée kicks off their line with a wonderfully fruity and not too sweet chardonnay, and a smooth and easy to drink grenache-based red.
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.