It’s that magical time of the year when having a beer opener in your back pocket is essential. This one is Proudly manufactured in the U.S.A. from thick heat-treated, high-grade stainless steel. No bottle stands a chance against this thing. Bring on the holiday parties!
Nothing screams amateur like pouring a highball into a rocks glass. If you’re still trying to visualize that last sentence, you might want this set of 17 bar glasses. Equip yourself, study up and you’ll soon be pouring proper.
If you’re a drinker and a gambler, you’ll feel like the luckiest guy alive every time you draw this card. Beer opener, stainless steel, wallet size, winning.
This flat, compact titanium pocket tool from Denmark’s Ansø knife brand opens beers. It also has a few more functions and does a bunch of other stuff but who gives a shit? We repeat, it opens beers.
We know nothing can ever replace the old-fashioned pocket flask, but if you occasionally wince from the bite of straight liquor, this triple bar set from classic British boozers Daines & Hathaway is worth a look. It won’t fit in your pocket, but with three 3 stainless flasks, you triple your options for mixing & imbibing on the go.
Most folks with a taste for wine don’t really need a wine stopper. Once the cork is popped, down it goes. But for the select few among us who have maintained (somehow, amazingly) a bit of self-restraint when it comes to the nectar of the Gods, this octopus tentacle stopper will seem like a better idea than a wine hangover. Those poor people …
Most people take their old, scratched up lens filters and rip fools off selling them on eBay as “New, in original packaging.” Dallas-based up-cycler Joel Malone found something else to do with them. He uses them for drink coasters. Good thinking, man.
Made of cold-rolled steel then crimped to stack together, these nesting shot glasses come in three different finishes. If you and shot glasses have a sketchy relationship, maybe don’t get the slippery Teflon-coated set, shots pour out of those way too easily.