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Synek lets you serve fresh beer in a compact package. It uses vacuum-sealed 1-gallon bags and an adapter to transfer beer from a keg or a tap. You can switch bags out of the dispenser and store them for up to 30 days.
Small batch bourbons coming this Fall: Quarter Cask is a young whiskey with caramel and vanilla notes, while the 11 year Harvest Red Wheat is lightly sweet, and Brown Rice hints at sweet potato and brown sugar. More variants in 2015.
To celebrate the launch of their awesome night out mobile app, JägerBonds, we’re giving away a Jägermeister Shotmeister so you can continue the festivities at home with a chilled shot. (Contest ends 6/6/14, must be 21 or over).
Yeti Coolers’ Rambler tumblers are made from food-grade stainless steel. Their double-walled insulation keeps drinks at their optimal temperature, while their smooth lip makes them easy to drink from. Available in 20oz. or 30oz.
Designed to make brewing your own beer, cider or mead easy, HopBox offers hand-built brewing kits that include equipment, starter ingredients, brewing instructions, rustic wood stands and even bottles for your finished product.
The Beer Blizzard is a coaster filled with thermoplastic polyurethane. Chill it in a freezer then place it under a canned or bottled drink to keep the beverage cool. It can keep up to four drinks cool before it needs to be chilled again.
Inspired by the classic 18th century beverage, Chicken Cock’s Cherry Bounce combines the flavors of cherry cola with 70-proof American whiskey. It’s perfect as a shot, but also pretty darned tasty on the rocks.
Piamo is a four-piece kit that lets you brew a shot of espresso in 30 seconds using a microwave oven. It can be used with coffee pads and ground coffee. Its inventors are currently seeking funding for mass production.
The Beer Glass Froster uses carbon dioxide to cool mugs or glasses within seconds. It comes with a clamp for mounting on a bar or counter top and three AAA batteries for its LED light. CO2 tank not included.
A shiny Airstream Land Yacht that’s been decked out as a full-service bar on wheels. We’d love to have one of these permanently parked in our backyard, but sadly the only way we’ll get to check this one out is to head to Europe.
Think IPAs are too bitter? Try Magic Hat’s latest craft brew, an India Pale Lager that starts off with a touch of citrus and bitterness, but follows with a smooth, malty finish. A great beer you can drink all night.
A smooth Irish whiskey made with mixability in mind. Tastes awesome with ginger ale and a citrus wedge, or with ginger beer, but also easy to drink neat, thanks to its delicate honeyed sweetness. Grab some for St. Paddy’s day.
These incredible bottles of J&B whisky were hand-embellished by Paris tattoo artist Sébastien Mathieu of Le Sphinx. Each bottle took 20 hours to complete, and only 25 have been produced. No word on how one might get their hands on one.
Pernod Ricard’s Project Gutenberg concept makes cocktail mixing engaging and convenient. Spirits are shipped to customers in book-shaped containers. An iPad app lets them learn cocktail recipes as well as monitor and order liquor.
Wanna make sure you remember something? Write a note on your favorite drink. GarageMonk sells blank waterproof vinyl stickers that you can write on with dry erase pens. Each pack comes with body and neck labels.
A simple coffee brewer for single servings. Canadiano doesn’t need electricity or filters, and is made of maple, walnut or cherry wood and a steel bowl. Apparently each wood is suited to different roasts and beans. Learn more here.
Jim Beam’s first single-barrel is an exceptional bourbon, crafted in hand-selected barrels. It has a great, full-bodied flavor, but is immensely drinkable – with just the right amount of sweetness and richness. Out March 2014.
Yo ho ho and a bottle of red! Designer Nick Lerwill’s amusing pirate-themed wine opener is ready to use its stumpy corkscrew leg to pop open your bottles with ease. Too bad rum bottles don’t have corks.
A wooden rack that makes it easier to carry and serve multiple bottles or glasses. A great gift for for pub owners and gracious hosts. There are variants that fit beer bottles, shot glasses and pint tumblers.
Jacob Bromwell has a limited edition collection of kitchenware and drinkware such as flasks, cups and shot glasses, all hand made from pure copper. This week, UrbanDaddy members can get a 30% discount off some of the items.
Bonaverde is working on a machine that turns green coffee beans into the drink we love, then set up an online shop to connect consumers to farmers. The goal is to reduce the waste and costs associated with processed coffee.
YouTuber Harry Wright and his friends in New Zealand pull off beer pong trick shots in and out of their dorm. They’re not as impressive as the kids from Olivet, but hey, that’s why they’re in college isn’t it?
Chopin bucks the trends with three farm-to-distillery single ingredient vodkas meant to be sipped, not just mixed. The potato is rich and creamy, while rye is light with a little spice, and the wheat is clean and slightly sweet.
This limited-edition Johnnie Walker Gold comes in the bottle that it should have always had – enshrouded in a shiny gold finish that deserves top shelf placement. The smoothly honeyed, subtly smoky scotch inside ain’t bad either.
Blowfish effervescent tablets contain a combination of caffeine and aspirin that relieve your headache and perk you up in about 15 minutes. Just don’t think of it as a license to wild out every day. Skip to 1:40 in the video.