Let’s assume for the sake of argument that you’ve outgrown cheap beer. It would then follow that your focus on quality over quantity would also apply to your beer-opening implement. If that logic is sound then these premium quality, cold rolled steel bottle openers from J.L. Lawson & Co. should be a perfect match for your evolved and enviable standards.
The last beer from the pitcher is always the worst. Warm and stanky. But, if you get this Ice Core pitcher, the last beer won’t just be cold and crisp, it will whet your whistle for the inevitable refill.
This smoked salmon jerky from Patagonia—not the place in South America but the brand, would seem to present a bit of a conflict with the brand’s eco-minded marketing. But it’s not. Working with sustainable fisheries & First Nations fishermen in Canada, Patagonia is producing jerky that’s not just tasty, it’s good, too.
This bottle opener is made from a real 50 caliber bullet casing but it’s going to do more than just blast the top off your bottles. Made exclusively for the Bullets2Bandages charity, sales of this product directly benefit wounded war veterans.
It’s pretty much a foregone conclusion that nobody goes to Hooters for the hot wings. But, if you’ve ordered them, you probably know, that like the waitresses, they really aren’t that hot. If you want some wings with real heat, make your own. Use Sriracha and use it generously. Follow this recipe and you can’t fail.
The Notorious B.I.G. will always be Brooklyn’s best export but these days, Industry City Distillery is on the grind trying to make their name known. This new crew is producing a distinctive vodka derived from beet root sugar in the city’s renovated Bush Terminal industrial complex. They are the first vodka distillery to set up shop in the city in the last hundred years.
This handsome ice chest is made from an actual wine barrel. It’s pretty obvious this wood and metal unit is a much nicer bar-side cooler than a big red plastic box from Wal-Mart.
Just under naked chicks and huge chunks of meat, cold beer comes next on the list of things dudes love most. This explains why a walk-in cooler made its way onto the pages of werd.com. The Brew Cave will hold 30 cases, four kegs, and features a built-in draft tap. Better start the remodel now, because you’ll need to take down walls to get this in the house. Source
Nothing says “I’m clueless in the kitchen” like a pasta dish featuring marinara you poured from a jar. A next-level scratch-made marinara can be made with as few as 3 ingredients. If you can’t figure it out, you should probably just stick to ordering take-out. Seriously. But as always, we can offer some support and direction.
Baltimore-based artist and metalsmith Halsey Frost has created a custom, welded all steel hibachi grill that is handsomely designed and built tough to last for ages. Heated by good ol’ charcoal, the 6×18 grilling surface is the perfect size for a gourmet dinner for two. An optional stainless steel grill top is also available.