Remember this epic Heineken commercial? Yeah, that can definitely be you and your buddies standing in front of the Brew Cave. The Brew Cave is a walk-in beer cooler with enough shelving space for over 30 cases of beer AND four kegs on top of that. Every panel (including the optional floor) has four inches of insulation in between a metal skin, allowing the refrigeration system to hold your brew at an ice cold 32°F. And if you decide that you’d rather have your beer on tap, the Brew Cave comes with a complete beer dispensing kit, giving you the ultimate, super-sized Read More
Who said coasters had to be boring? DesignBoom says otherwise. Their newest product, Palette Coasters, as you might have already guessed, are wood coasters made to look like industrial wooden pallets. The coasters are exact miniatures of the industrial models, even including details such as the stamps. But of course they’re a bit smaller, being one tenth the size. As DesignBoom put it, “You give them a fun place to stay, and in return, the durable coasters will do all the heavy lifting to keep your drinks off the table.”
Skulls just make everything cooler, especially when there’s alcohol involved. The Doomed Crystal Skull Shotglass is inspired by the Mayan legend that claims that the “Skull of Doom” was used by the high priest to will death. Don’t worry, unless you’re planning on doing some serious drinking, we’re pretty sure this shot glass won’t bring doom to your door. The glasses are made from hand-blown crystal-clear borosilicate glass and hold 2.5 ounces.
This is perfect for those gas-station-themed parties you’re always throwing. How about putting away the bottles and serving drinks out of a retro gas pump? Just take aim and gently squeeze the handle to serve. Styled just like a gas pump of old, this 19 ½” high dispenser from HomeWetBar.com has a silver plated finish that resists tarnish, and holds 32oz of anything you feel like serving. Get a couple of them and serve leaded or unleaded drinks. Put on a cap while you serve and ask the ladies if you can check their oil. Okay, no, don’t do that. Read More
Your buddy asks for a bottle opener and you run up on them opening a 7-inch long stainless steel switchblade. You’re likely to either make him piss his pants or get yourself knocked out depending on who you do it to. What they probably won’t know is that you’re only trying to help (yeah, right jackass), because the Switch Pop has no blades, only a sweet bottle opener. The tool has a pearlized handle, solid weight and a “classic deadly look.” Just don’t get too frisky with this thing. It’s not TSA approved and it doesn’t come with life insurance. Read More
Though it may seem like a cheap party favor, the Ace Bottle Opener is anything but. Manufactured from stainless steel with a brushed finish, this opener will last you a lifetime. Plus, it’s small enough to slip into your wallet so you will never be caught empty-handed again. If card tricks are your strong point, it’s also light enough to slip up into your sleeve for easy access. After all, you can never have too many party tricks. Unfortunately, the openers are currently on backorder so you’ll have to wait until December 21 to get your hands on one.
The problem with ice cubes: they melt. There are two reasons for this. The first is that they’re ice. And the second is that they’re cubes. Now you can fix one of these. Just stick a chunk of ice between the two halves of the Cirrus Ice Ball Press, then stand back and let the sphericality happen. About a minute later, presto chango, it’s a perfect sphere of ice. And a sphere has the absolute minimum surface area of any solid shape. According to physics and chemistry and probably magic, that means slower melting. And according to people who like Read More
Depending who you talk to, these aren’t the best of times. The job market’s turned to shit; politicians are proving more useless and utterly inept by the day; and the dollar isn’t worth the damn paper it’s printed on. Alas…what’s one to do in such a pre-apocalyptic world? Drink (and be merry), of course. The Emergency Cocktail Station, a sort of comical take on the futility of modern times, is a laminated, 32 x 16 x 7″ inch lacquered mdf (medium-density fibreboard–for all you drunkards unversed in the art of carpentry) fixture for all your ‘emergency’ cocktail equipment. Comes complete Read More