San Francisco-based family brand Other Brother, calls California Gunpowder their “go-to” spice, a tasty blend of California-grown peppers, Gilroy garlic, & a few secret ingredients that will add kick to your meats, soups, salads, & more.
If it’s a liquid, you can carbonate it with the Mix by Sodastream. Juice, whiskey, whatever. Load it into the Mix, make your selection on the touchscreen & in seconds your perfectly blended & carbonated beverage is ready to chug. You can also use the Mix app to create classic cocktails or your own custom creations.
Made of a silicon-coated fiberglass material, this soft-sided grill can withstand flames and high temperatures but also collapses down to fit in your backpack or car trunk so you’re always ready when those unexpected grilling opportunities pop-up.
Like a Swiss Army Knife for efficient mixology, this 4-in-1 booze tool gives you a bottle opener, icebreaker, jigger, and corkscrew all in one sturdy, stylish bronze unit.
This is possibly the smallest beer opener ever made. The PiCO is made of titanium & it’s also made in the USA. It weighs about the same as your enemy the bottle cap & yet pries them off effortlessly. A funded Kickstarter project.
Here’s a worthy recipe. It contains all three food groups: beer, steak, & cheese, & it’s simple. Reduce the stout over low heat & when it thickens up, brush it onto your skewered steak before grilling. At the same time melt butter and a bit of milk over low heat, slowly adding the gouda as it melts to ooey-gooey goodness.
Inspired by the mid-century cool of the Mad Men series, Waterford has created a special mixology glassware collection featuring decanters, pitchers, tumblers, & highball glasses trimmed with gold or silver bands.
Beer Nerd Alert: KegSmarts is the world’s first smart craft beer kegerator. This dual tap kegerator connects to the web allowing you to locate new craft beers for your kegerator, host your own “BrewHouse” portal on the web, track how many servings you have left, & way more & share it all. A funded Kickstarter project.
Which came first the chicken or the beer can? Who cares. Beer can chicken is one of the easiest ways to cook your bird. On the grill or in the oven, you simply set your seasoned chicken upright over the open beer so that the can is partially inside. Then stand back and admire your upright chicken as it cooks to juicy, beer-infused perfection.
When YETI set out to make a better coozie, they chose 18/8 stainless steel and built it with double-wall vacuum insulation and a ThermoLock gasket, to keep your 12 ounce beverages colder while keeping your hands dry and un-frostbit. Or is it unfrostbitten?