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The Professional Microbrewery at werd.com
The Professional Microbrewery

If you woke up this morning and said to yourself, “Screw my job, I’m quitting to start my own brewery,” you could be in business sooner than you ever imagined. This automated, computer-controlled brewing system includes everything needed to transform you from a job-quitter to a professional brewmeister overnight.

BUY IT   $45,000 Also posted in Bar Ware

Cedar Plank Grilled Salmon at werd.com
Cedar Plank Grilled Salmon

The Pacific Northwest is salmon country. Up there, the preferred method of preparation is grilling on cedar planks. Regardless of where you live, if you’re a fan of this fish, you should give cedar plank grilling a try. It’s way gourmet & actually easy. We promise.

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Vintage Golf Club Bottle Opener at werd.com
Vintage Golf Club Bottle Opener

A bad swing that results in snapping the head off a driver is a golf tradition as old as the game itself. Now these casualties of the game come back to life at the 19th hole. Handmade from real vintage clubs, each bottle opener is one-of-a-kind.

BUY IT   $34 Also posted in Bar Ware, Golf

BBQ Boat at werd.com
BBQ Boat

So it looks like some sort of luxury life raft and in a way it is. If you live to barbecue. It’s a real boat with a built-in BBQ designed for dining with up to 10 adults and powered by an electric motor. The threat of having to swim ashore will keep your dinner guests on their best behavior during your cruise.

BUY IT   $50,000 Also posted in Grill

Frito Pie at werd.com
Frito Pie

For every cold quinoa, fennel, and lemon salad or nonfat Greek yogurt you eat to please your lady, you should redeem your manhood by eating something like good ol’ Texas chili Frito pie. It’s classic dude food. Yes, unfortunately it’s the nutritional equivalent of chugging a cup of warm bacon grease, but, come to think of it, the grease could be another one of your ‘revenge’ foods.

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Crescent Brass Bottle Opener at werd.com
Crescent Brass Bottle Opener

For most people, opening a beer bottle is just means to an end. For others it can be more meaningful. If and when you crack a cold one with this 100% brass bottle opener you’ll be holding art and craft in the palm of your hand. Designed by Oji Masanori and crafted in a 114-year old Japanese foundry, this opener is exceptional.

BUY IT   $55 Also posted in Bar Ware

Jim Beam 1795 at werd.com
Jim Beam 1795

Despite its deep heritage, Jim Beam has long been the choice of amateur binge drinkers, like Spring Break sophomores with something to prove. Or middle managers on the loose in Vegas. But lately, following the lead of other established distillers, Beam has been developing and offering up better bottles. The latest is their ultra-premium 1795, an 8-year aged bourbon which recently made it’s debut.

BUY IT   $195 Also posted in Drink

The Hot Dog Redefined at werd.com
The Hot Dog Redefined

If you just open the fridge, yank a cold hot dog out of the package and choke it back raw, you’re not alone. Gross maybe, but certainly not alone. But why not take a slightly more refined approach to your hot dogging? Let our friends at Sunset magazine show you how to turn the ol’ tubesteak into a gourmet delight. C’mon.

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Churchkey Can Company at werd.com
Churchkey Can Company

Before you were born, beer cans were opened by piercing them with a sharp tool. The pulltab and later the pop-top killed the ‘church key’ but since we can’t seem to get enough nostalgia, why not open beers the way Grandpa did? The brains behind this gem of retro-mania marketing include Entourage semi-celeb Adrien Grenier, so we’re pretty sure Vince will make it cool.

BUY IT   $ TBA Also posted in Drink

Field Jerky at werd.com
Field Jerky

Saying jerky is jerky is like saying steak is steak. It just ain’t so. When it comes to beef, it’s all about the quality, the cut, the source—in other words, the details. Field brand makes ‘artisan crafted provisions’ and for their jerky they use only traditional top round cuts of beef and prepare it with no preservatives, no sodium, no MSG, and no sodium nitrate. Right now they offer three naturally awesome recipes: Original, Teriyaki, and Honey Spice.

BUY IT   $35 - 5-pack Also posted in Food
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