Still drinking your stout from a regular glass, eh? Not for long. Riedel glassmakers collaborated with Left Hand Brewery & Rogue Ales to design a glass that accentuates the unique flavors and body of a stout beer and this is it: The Spiegelau Stout Glass.
Made by a real human blacksmith in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, this hand-forged steel opener from Leaning Barn Iron Works features an old-time design that will pop ’em all.
You’re not the only guy who uses the beer opener more than any other tool in the workshop, so why isn’t your opener professional grade? The magnetic openers from the Woodthumb workshop come mounted on your choice of solid walnut or a slat from a bourbon barrel and they mean business.
Feels kinda sleezy asking for an ice cube in your chardonnay, because let’s face it, chardonnay is sleazy enough on its own. These freeze cooling wine glasses offer the chill of ice without watering down your wine. Nothing sleazy about that.
The kids going to see the new PG-13 remake of Robocop have no idea that there is an “original” version that is actually entertaining. Even the Robocup has more wow factor. And no disrespect to the new movie’s “creators” but making this ceramic mug was an idea actually worth pursuing.
It’s the Swiss Army knife of booze. This one bartending multi-tool features 10 essentials for advanced mixology: Bottle opener, corkscrew, strainer, jigger, 6″ stirrer, 4″ knife, channel knife, Muddler, Reamer, & Zester. Sounds like a party!
Bottoms up. This aluminum wall mounted liquor dispenser will keep four of your favorite bottles in the ready position so you can pull up and pour as many 1.5-oz shots as you want, whenever you want.
Yes, a ‘flight of whiskey’ sounds like an oxymoron to us too, that’s why in order for male men to actually submit to drinking in this highly suspect manner, the flight must be served in a damn deer antler. This set includes four 6-oz. glasses and an ethically sourced stag antler. Good luck.
The galvanized metal Kranz Tray is modeled after the classic German beer-tasting tray but not to worry, the 12 slim glasses aren’t sample size, they’re plenty big enough to wet your whistle.
While we’re fine with passing the 12-pack box around the circle until it’s empty, she’d probably prefer you deliver your guests their next round with this handy 3-foot-long multi-drink carrier. Meter Of Beer makes a few different racks, one for beers, shots, samplers, and pints.