Compared to these custom coaster sets by beverage badass Baxter, the ones on your table suck. He makes heaps of different designs, all of them encased in glass with copper edges for long life and enduring beauty. They’ve also got rubber bumpers on the bottom for drink after drink after drink of scratch-free boozery.
When you pull a switchblade on someone standing there innocently holding an unopened beer, they’re bound to think you’re sticking them up. But with this thing, you’ll only be opening their beer, not their belly. They’ll be relieved and maybe offer you a brew, too.
If every moment in the kitchen feels like you’re trapped in an episode of Chopped, try this simple recipe for the ever-popular chicken wing. These wings are meant to be sweet & spicy, and after a little spice-up, they just pop into the oven for a quick roast. Don’t worry, there are no mystery ingredients to deal with here.
If you know the legend of Ernest Shackleton’s amazing death defying mission to Antarctica, you know all you need to know about Mackinlay’s Rare Old Highland Malt whisky. It is meant for men of incredible character. Several cases of the stuff, abandoned on his ice-locked ship, were discovered a century after the fact and provided the recipe for this amazing re-creation of age-old Scotch whisky.
All over America there are ongoing regional battles over who’s got the best barbecue. But down in Texas, they’ve reached a ceasefire. Southside Market is the oldest and best BBQ in the state. They’ve been smoking since 1882 and now you can get their mouthwatering creations delivered to your door.
Homebrewing means beer, usually. But if you’re a non-drinker or just want to make your own batch of healthy, probiotic tea, Kombucha Brooklyn offers complete kits for making your own. If you’ve never tried Kombucha, try some before buying the kit, it’s definitely an acquired taste.
A leather six-pack carrier is more practical than you’d think. Okay, it’s really not but it looks cool. Kinda like bondage gear for your beer.