If you’ve been sporting perma-wood since the release of the 2nd generation Nest learning thermostat, this new smart device will probably send you into convulsions. Monsieur is a robotic bartender that will learn to make thousands of drinks and pour them with the press of a button. The touchscreen even lets you turn it up to “boss” level for a heavier pour.
A can of warm beer can be turned into an ice-cold thirst quencher by spinning the can in ice for a few. Humans have known this trick since the Roman Empire but it took two beer-swilling buds to invent this little rig that mounts to your cordless drill, does the spinning for you & pops out a cold one in 30 seconds. Sorta gives new meaning to the phrase “spin one up.”
You can say, “Yup, made that myself” when the boys are patting you on the back for your latest batch of homebrew. They never need to know that you did nothing but buy an expensive machine that automatically brews beer while you pretend to monitor the process through an app on your iPhone. Brewbot does everything but you get all the credit. Congratulations, you’re a craft brewer now.
There’s only one thing more dangerous than texting & driving: having ice-cold Jäger shots on tap, at home. So try to take it easy. The Shotmeister is a sleek, bar-style tap machine that holds a 1-liter bottle & uses advanced cooling technology to pour shots chilled to below-zero temps.
When one of your bros can’t open a beer with the edge of his iPhone or any random handheld object found anywhere, it’s a little sad. But when even a twist-off requires a special tool, you’re getting into secondhand embarrassment territory. That said, handing him this 2.5-pound stainless steel bottle opener will make you both feel better.
You heavy drinkers are always searching for a new keychain beer opener. Probably because concerned loved ones keep hiding the keys from you. Well, if you’ve gone & lost another opener, here’s one made in the USA from your choice of stainless steel or titanium. It’ll do what you need it to.
Spin the wheel and win a prize. With the exotic, walnut wood Gin Wheel, the prize is not some cheezy Chinese teddy bear, it’s a top shelf gin & tonic. Inspired by the lazy Susan, the Gin Wheel is a collaboration between Bombay Sapphire Gin & internationally acclaimed design firm AvroKo. The Wheel comes with a liter of the new Sapphire East gin, 4 specialty G&T glasses, 4 wood coasters, ice tongs, a Zhen Japanese paring knife, a jigger & an 11″ stirring spoon.
Walking around crushing discarded beer caps under your feet is not good for the flooring. This magnetic bottle opener will prevent further damage to your hardwood by catching those caps with its 60-pound pull-force of magnetic magic, so they never end up underfoot. Handmade in the USA.
The Barman is a drink-mixing platform that enables even the most clueless of bartenders to appear to know what they’re doing. Using the Barman smartphone app that holds hundreds of drink recipes, it tells you exactly what to put in the glass (and alerts you when you’ve put enough in), helping you to easily make proper drinks like someone who actually knows how.