January 10, 2008

Icy Cold 6-Liter Kegerator

icy-cold-kegerator.jpgWhile contemplating buying the home shot chiller machine we coveted...errr, covered...a while back, we've stumbled across this interesting home kegerator system. You can plug it in, fill it up, and have 6 liters of chilled "draught" beer at your beck and call. We were really excited about the party applications of the 6 liter capacity until we did the math and realized it was only about twelve 16 ounce beers...or sixteen 12 ounce beers, we suppose.

That's enough for one or two of the interns, but not enough for a whole party, unless everyone brought their own, of course...

Icy Cold 6-Liter Kegerator

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December 17, 2007

Manhattan Traveling Bar Set

traveling-bar-set.jpgOur favorite thing about the Manhattan Traveling Bar set is that you no longer have to spend your time, looking around for a party. No more evites, no more calling friends to see what they're doing. All you have to do is pack up your traveling bar set and damn party is wherever you say it is. Hot damn.

Contains: 2 Martini glasses,1 Shaker,1 Jigger,1 Tongs, 1 Strainer,2 Bottle Stoppers, 2 Napkins,1 Corkscrew,1 Fork/Spoon Stirrer,1 Premium Carrying Case, and room for two bottles.

Manhattan Traveling Bar Set

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December 13, 2007

OOPS! Bottle Opener

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This may be our favorite stocking stuffer idea of the holiday season.

It looks like someone spilled a bunch of red goop on your bottle opener, but NO! It IS the bottle opener, and a coaster too! What won't they think of next?

OOPS! Bottle Opener & Coaster - Red

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December 6, 2007

Ice Kebab Swizzle Sticks

ice-kebabs.jpgFile this under "Why didn't we think of it?" Fred Ice Kebabs are extended ice cube trays with an extended slot for a swizzle stick. Fill 'em with water, put in the stick, and freeze 'em, and then you can pull out the sticks with the ice right on them. This is a very cool way to make your cocktails a bit more distinctive, and one of the only ways we can think of that you'll be able to make the ice a conversation starter.

Fred Ice Kebobs

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December 3, 2007

Private Bar Needs - Open All Night Neon Sign


This will go perfectly in just about any bar you'd choose to put it in - especially your own. Just plug it in, pull the string, and your open for business.

At Neon Open Sign

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November 20, 2007

Edible Candy Cane Shot Glasses

We've been guilty in the past of waiting too long to put up our Christmas-y posts, so people don't have time to actually get them before the holidays. Not this year, dammit (sorry Jebus). This year, we've found you the ultimate in festive holiday drinking gear - candy cane shot glasses. We can imagine these would get sticky after a few drinks, but that's a small price to pay. Can you imagine the peppermint overload after a couple shots of Rumple Minz and eating the glass? Fresh breath for life!

Candy Cane Shot Glasses - Set of 2

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Bar Tools Bartender Tool Box

We're no Tool Snobs or anything, but this is a tool box we can get behind. It's chock full of all kinds of gadgets, but instead of using them to build a birdhouse or hang a picture, it offers the tools to craft the perfect cocktail. We're thinking about getting one of these bad boys for our dad this year, and it seems like the perfect holiday gift for dudes. At least the pain of smashing their thumb with the hammer will be lessened after a few Rob Roys.

Contains:
4 Olive picks - nails
1 Bottle opener - hammer
1 1/2 and 3/4 oz. jigger
1 Lemon - saw
1 Corkscrew - screwdriver
1 Cocktail strainer - spackle knife

Bar Tools - Ultimate Bartenders Kit - Black

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November 19, 2007

Waring Pro Electric Martini Maker

It might not seem like the case based on the number of ingredients, but the martini is one of the tougher drinks out there to make well. Note we didn't say it was tough to make - we said it was tough to do right. Traditionally, it's stirred, but some folks want it shaken so they can be like Bond (and we suppose some people might even want to drop in some HGH so they can be like Bonds). However you take your 'tini, this gadget is designed to help you build it right.

Professional Electric Martini Maker [via Shiny Shiny]

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November 13, 2007

Manneken Pis Liquor Dispenser

This is quite possibly the ugliest, most tasteless liquor decanter/dispenser we've ever seen. At least it's a conversation piece, we guess. And we guarantee it'll be on our bar sooner than later.

Bonny Boy Manneken Pis Liquor Dispenser

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November 6, 2007

Riedel Overture Bourbon Glasses

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As you've probably ascertained by now, our tastes typically run to the more "fun" side of drinking. We're less inclined to be all hoity toity with the pinky in the air, but we do recognize there's something to be said about drinking booze out of the correct glass. These bourbon glasses are near the top of our Amazon wish list right now.
This Ouverture bourbon glass is shaped and sized for an enjoyable nip of whiskey. Combining a short stem, a pedestal base, and a very slightly belled bowl, the glass is comfortable to sip from and to hold. It stands 4-5/8 inches high on its pedestal base and contains 7 ounces at full capacity. Four pieces in all, the set is intended for frequent use and is safe in the dishwasher.
Riedel Ouverture Bourbon Glasses, Set of 4
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