October 5, 2006

We Want a Drink Tender

Drink TenderEverybody loves throwing parties, but sometimes being the host gets in the way of the actual partying. If you're not the type who likes to flit around freshening everyone's drinks, you're the type who'll be interested in the Drink Tender. Fill it up with beer or mixed drinks, add some ice to the internal cooling chamber, flip on the light, and suddenly everyone knows where they can get their own damn drinks.

It holds 80 oz of liquid, it sits on a lazy susan base for easy access, and it's available at Amazon.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 5, 2006 9:42 AM
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Saw these at a foods show recently and they're fantastic, though the price at Amazon is about twice the rate that I saw. You should be able to contact a restaurant or bar supply and get one for closer to $40-50.


Posted by: evan at October 10, 2006 3:30 PM
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