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.
Scrape that crummy Quinoa cake off your gluten-free bun like a man. Then go to the kitchen and make what you really need: meat & potatoes. Also, bourbon. This all-in-one dream burger is coated with a thick bourbon BBQ sauce & topped with fries & cheese. That’s better. Leave the bird food burgers to the ladies.
The smokeless Lotus BBQ grill doesn’t just look great, it cooks great. Powered by 4 AA batteries, it creates no smoke and the design uses a bellows system that gets it up to cooking temp in just three minutes. At the same time it uses 90% less charcoal than a traditional grill. If that doesn’t convince you, let us also mention that it comes in purple, orange, red, yellow, green, and of course, black, too.
For grilled ribs done right, this stainless steel rib rack from Williams-Sonoma is a summer essential. It holds six slabs, allowing for better basting and flipping while exposing both sides of the meat to the heat. Also great for chicken & chops. Yup, nice rack.
What’s a pool party without an amphibious RC vehicle designed for delivering drinks on land or down to the deep end? This battery-powered cocktail cart is also equipped with an onboard water cannon for that impromptu wet T-shirt contest your guests are secretly hoping for.
This solar powered grill isn’t just another nerd’s novelty. The SolSource was developed to help nomadic tribes in the Himalayas improve their nutrition. Now this fuel and emission-free cooking system will work for you, too. You can quickly grill, steam, bake, or boil your meals outside under the sun & you’ll never run out of gas again.
Grilling season is officially here but you know what they’ve been saying about those old summertime staples: burgers & dogs. Seafood is probably a better choice and when you do it right—like skewering up some shrimp and veggies, you may never go back to the old tube steak.
After 30 years as the frontman for Iron Maiden, it’s safe to assume that Bruce Dickinson knows a thing or two about beer. But in creating their signature Trooper ale, the band didn’t just license the logo for a beer label. Dickinson actually worked to develop the classic English Ale with the experts at Robinsons, a 175 year-old UK brewer. Available late summer in the USA.
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.
Pry the top off this wooden crate & inside you’ll find everything you need to barbecue like a pro: a brass knuckle meat tenderizer, a cast iron smoker box, a set of four meat thermometers, dried hickory wood chips & a set of three premium BBQ sauces.