We think that any device that opens beers in one, quick little pop should be called a piece of “functional art” but the creators of the Discommon Goods Bottle Opener were serious. California-made and machined from a chunk of aerospace aluminum, this bottle opener looks as good as it works.
It turns out that refined Italian design and beer go pretty good together. Proof: this collection of beer glasses from Sempli & designer Daniele Semerano. Each of the four glasses was specifically designed for IPA, Pilsner, Pint or 12-ounce bottles.
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.
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.
Designed by Italian artist & architect Rodolfo Dordoni to keep solid ice separate from the melt-water, this clear glass ice bucket is every bit as functional as it is good-looking. via
Let us send the latest gear & gadgets to your email.
Click the subscribe button below.
A gallon of beer breaks down to roughly eleven 12-ounce bottles. And that’s how much beer you can fit in this mini keg. The Stainless steel ManCan runs off a pressure-regulating CO2 cartridge and features a standard keg tap. Once full, it keeps your beer carbonated & fresh for up to a week.
London-based SWIG is a brand specializing in high quality hip flasks. Their contoured 6 oz. chrome flask is a classic and is dressed up with stylish slip covers in materials like Spanish leather & Harris Tweeds.