That frosty pint will stay a bit cooler—and look a bit cooler too—without your hot hands wrapped around it. Slide on a handmade leather Pint Sleeve from Hide & Drink, and turn any standard pint glass into a mug.
MiniBrew is the world’s first all in one, small batch beer brewing machine. Without the faintest knowledge of brewing, this table-top fully-automated brewing system includes everything you need to make 5-liters of beer in just a week. Actually, the machine makes the beer, you just follow a few easy steps, then drink it.
Chewable nugget ice. At home. Soon. Currently in pre-order status, the countertop Opal Ice Machine is a sleek, simple touch control ice-maker that creates consistently perfect nugget ice. The clear, convenient bin holds 3-pounds of this soft, bite-size ice that cools drinks faster & absorbs flavor better. Chomping on it is also easier on your teeth.
Built using the original steel press from the 1920′s, the Zig Zag Corkscrew is a new, nickel-plated steel replica of France’s iconic expanding corkscrew. It makes opening wine so quick & easy, you’ll be feeling Parisian before you know it.
Handmade in England from the same natural oak used for whiskey barrels, the OKA tumbler is a tumbler that reveals the true flavors of your whiskey by pouring it back into oak. A funded Kickstarter.
A high-tech whisky glass. Note the absence of the “e” in whisky, signifier of seriousness. Something about fluid dynamics and aeration and nosing. It’s a double walled vessel, formed with a glass blowing technique into two separate molds for a tumbler that breathes properly, providing a whisky drinking experience heretofore unattainable. A funded Kickstarter.
We think that any device that opens beers in one, quick little pop should be called a piece of “functional art” but the creators of the Discommon Goods Bottle Opener were serious. California-made and machined from a chunk of aerospace aluminum, this bottle opener looks as good as it works.
It turns out that refined Italian design and beer go pretty good together. Proof: this collection of beer glasses from Sempli & designer Daniele Semerano. Each of the four glasses was specifically designed for IPA, Pilsner, Pint or 12-ounce bottles.
Italian cycling brand Campagnolo knows a thing or two about mechanical advantage. Created by the company’s founder in 1966, the oversized Big Corkscrew applies decades of Italian engineering & design wizardry to the popping of bottles.
Hank The Beer Tank gives you fresh, ice-cold draft beer at home & anywhere else you might need to pull a few pints. At half the size of a normal kegerator, it features a compressor chiller that needs no ice or water, and Hank is capable of running on power from your car lighter. It will dominate tailgate season, every season.