Still drinking your stout from a regular glass, eh? Not for long. Riedel glassmakers collaborated with Left Hand Brewery & Rogue Ales to design a glass that accentuates the unique flavors and body of a stout beer and this is it: The Spiegelau Stout Glass.
This California-made gourmet olive oil is pressed with love by a pair of Bay Area brothers. Over the years it has won numerous awards, most recently Best of Class, and Best of Show in the 2013 Napa Valley Olive Oil Competition.
Made by a real human blacksmith in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, this hand-forged steel opener from Leaning Barn Iron Works features an old-time design that will pop ’em all.
The essence of bourbon gives Whiskey Barrel Coffee its unique flavor. Green coffee beans are aged in old bourbon barrels where they absorb the goodness before a traditional European air roasting. Then the finished product is packaged in a whiskey bottle with a hand-dipped wax seal.
If propane flavored steaks aren’t your thing; if a stainless steel grill the size of your garage also isn’t your thing, maybe this compact charcoal grill is. It’s classic, featuring cast iron grates, an adjustable firebox, and a chimney with an adjustable damper for optimum smoke-age.
Due to complicated broadcast regulations, Neil Patrick Harris is not allowed to drink Heineken Light, winner of the 2013 World Beer Championship’s Best Tasting Light Beer, in this commercial. But trust us, if he did drink it, he would enjoy it tremendously, but not on camera.
Is Jack Daniel’s going to stand idly by while Fireball cinnamon whiskey eats into its market share? Hell, no. So, say hello to Jack Daniel’s latest variant: Tennessee Fire. It’s a 70-proof liqueur, it tastes like cinnamon and makes you feel funny after you drink some. Available April 2014.
You’re not the only guy who uses the beer opener more than any other tool in the workshop, so why isn’t your opener professional grade? The magnetic openers from the Woodthumb workshop come mounted on your choice of solid walnut or a slat from a bourbon barrel and they mean business.
Feels kinda sleezy asking for an ice cube in your chardonnay, because let’s face it, chardonnay is sleazy enough on its own. These freeze cooling wine glasses offer the chill of ice without watering down your wine. Nothing sleazy about that.