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.
Milwaukee Tools makes a cordless reciprocating saw that can cut through 4 inches of cement so you better believe they can build a better beer opener. This ergonomic design will pop your tops and it also features a set of wire strippers in case you need those.
People have found all sorts of interesting alternative uses for old 8-bit Nintendo cartridges but this beats them all: A flask. Yes, the thirsty dudes at Ink Whiskey are converting cartridges into flasks. 5 different games to chose from. Pick your poison. Coming soon.
What good is a filling a whole growler if it gets lukewarm before you’re half done? It’s not. But this threadless insulated growler from Miir is good. Because not only will it keep your beer cold, but for every purchase Miir gives back, providing clean drinking water for one person. They even give you a bracelet to track the donation.
Heineken drinkers are like PC users. They’re loyal to what they like & won’t switch no matter what everyone else is into. You guys will love this new home tap system from Heineken, Krups, & important designer dude Marc Newson. Load up the pressurized, refrigerated tap unit with a metal “Torp” canister of Heinie and enjoy a fresh, cold one anytime.
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.