Italian cycling brand Campagnolo knows a thing or two about mechanical advantage. Created by the company’s founder in 1966, the oversized Big Corkscrew applies decades of Italian engineering & design wizardry to the popping of bottles.
Sriracha makes everything taste better. Duh. Now, they’re putting it on popcorn, too. Which is much easier than doing so yourself.
Oregon-based Union Wine Co. puts their wine in a can. Makes sense, right? No corkscrew or wine glass needed. Choose their Oregon-grown rosé, pinot noir or pinot gris. Sold in 4-packs.
Jack Daniel’s exclusive Single Barrel Collection is growing with the release of the brand’s new Barrel Proof Tennessee Whiskey. This is Jack in its purest form, unfiltered & uncut straight from the barrel, ranging in strength from 125-140 proof. It features intense aromas & a deep amber color yet offers exceptional smoothness.
When tasty stuff falls through the gaps in the grill, you suck. But with this nonstick grill pan that features a PFOA-free nonstick coating, you’ll have a hard time blowing it. The 11.5-inch diameter pan has a perforated design that allows you to get the nice fiery char on your grilled goods without the risk of dropping it in the coals.
Purists prefer charcoal grilling to gas and the Homping Grill makes the choice even easier, in a portable, streamlined design that uses a fan and a special ignition gel to heat the charcoal up to 400º cooking temps in just 3-4 minutes. The battery-powered fan also helps make the Homping Grill nearly smokeless.
Step up your grilling game with the Pigtail, a heavy duty steak-turner made from of a salvaged railroad spike by Carolina Shuckers. In addition to the Pigtail, they offer a whole range of oyster shucking knives and summer party essentials, all made with salvaged steel.
Hank The Beer Tank gives you fresh, ice-cold draft beer at home & anywhere else you might need to pull a few pints. At half the size of a normal kegerator, it features a compressor chiller that needs no ice or water, and Hank is capable of running on power from your car lighter. It will dominate tailgate season, every season.
Remember to corn-on-the-cob yourself in the face this summer. But don’t just jam it into the family-size tub of margarine like usual, elevate that ear. Cook it on the grill and when it’s done, dress it up with a little squeeze of citrusy lime, a few sprigs of cilantro, and a dash of smoked paprika.