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DIY Moonshine Still Kit

You might not be Popcorn Sutton, but with this DIY Moonshine Still Kit, you can take your underground booze operation to the next level. The kit includes the machine cut parts, copper rivets and all the required piping and fittings for you to assemble your own still. The 1 gallon still does require a little work and ... continue reading
$149 buy MORE: DIY, Drink, Home.
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Drinkwel Is The Multivitamin For People Who Drink SPONSORED

We down green drinks, work at standing desks and mess around with kettlebells to stay in shape, but that doesn't mean we don't enjoy knocking a few back at happy hour. Drinkwel is the multivitamin especially designed for guys who drink. The multivitamin was developed by two Berkeley grads to replenish nutrients, support liver health and process alcohol induced toxins so you can feel better about having those Double IPAs after you finish your run. Try it out, and if you aren't satisfied, they'll give you your money back, including shipping. ... check it out
$40 buy
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Holiday Gift Guide: The Lush

The Lush loves him a good drink. And when someone cares that much about their booze, you want to make sure your gift isn’t bottom shelf quality. If you’re on the hunt for something for The Lush, here are some drinking accessories he’ll enjoy while having a nip. ... continue reading
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Hydro Flask Insulated Growler

As a group of people that really knows how to enjoy a beer, or five, we've found quite a bit of utility for the growler. It's not a bad thing to have a purpose built device for the transportation and sharing of beer, but having a few more features never really hurt a product in the long run. The Hydro Flask was primarily ... continue reading
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Gintry & Co. Handcrafted Gin Kit

While it's easy enough to go out and buy a bottle of gin, why wouldn't you craft your own and actually enjoy that next Gin Rickey a tad more? This Handcrafted Gin Kit from Gintry  & Co. will give you all the tools you need to become a modern day bootlegger. Not only will you get a stainless steel funnel, cheesecloth ... continue reading
$45 buy MORE: Drink, Home.
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Stone Brewing Crime and Punishment

Just like Raskolnikov debated whether or not to rob and kill in "Crime and Punishment," we'd recommend you stop and think about drinking Crime and Punishment from Stone Brewing Co. next time you see them at the bar. The two new beers from the San Diego brewery are not for the timid. Crime is a version of Lucky Bastard ... continue reading
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Redhook x Hilliard’s Joint Effort Ale

Break out the bar food munchies and pour yourself a pint of Joint Effort. The brew is a collaboration between Redhook and Hilliard's and is a bit of an ode to the changing times when it comes to pot laws in Washington. The sessionable beer (5.6% ABV) is made with hemp seeds that add a bit of an earthy undertone to ... continue reading
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MiiR Insulated Growler

If you've ever gone to get your growler filled with sweet, sweet beer only to realize you won't be able to get home and refrigerate it for quite some time, the MiiR Growler is for you. The double wall vacuum insulation will keep your cold beverage chilled for over a day (or a hot drink hot for around 12 hours). That ... continue reading
$59 buy MORE: Beer, Drink, Home.
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Sugar Skull Spoon

According to the folks at the design studio Hundred Million, sugar is evil when you put it in coffee or tea. We happen to be of the opinion that a scoop or a packet with a glass of burnt roast isn't all that bad, but we get the idea. Truthfully, we could all probably do with a little less sugar and/or artificial sweetener ... continue reading
$13+ buy MORE: Drink, Home.
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Fantastical Fictive Beers Print

What good is a beer that you can't drink? Normally not much, but thanks to Pop Chart Lab, they do make for a pretty clever piece of art. The Fantastical Fictive Beers Print depicts famous fictional beers throughout pop culture. From classics like Duff (actually a real beer too, but that's besides the point) to the ... continue reading
$22 buy MORE: Art, Drink.
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Whisky Lover Black Set SHOP

Pouring your whisky in the same glasses or mugs you use for all your other beverages is amateur. For a more sophisticated and stylish drinking experience, consider adding the Whisky Lover Black Set to your home bar setup. The dark and mysterious set includes two mouth blown tumblers in a hazy charcoal gray and six ... continue reading
$60 buy MORE: Drink, Home, whiskey.
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Heineken Sub

At any given time, our fridges are loaded with leftover Chinese food, a Brita filter, and an assortment of beer and random snacks. Needless to say, shelf space is at a premium. It's just for this reason that the Heineken Sub is valuable. The unit can chill beer itself and all you do is simply place the beer "Torps" ... continue reading
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Beer Press Coasters

Parlaying one successful Kickstarter project into another isn't just a good idea, it's good business. After the TYPE Letterpress Calendar was almost 1000% funded, and delivered complete within a few months, Jordan Mummert decided to turn his attention to a collection of coasters--affectionately referred to as the Beer ... continue reading
$12+ buy MORE: Beer, Drink, Home.
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The Pumpkin Tap Kit

There are a lot of good pumpkin beers on the market (Check out 8 new ones here) that are available for purchase, but there's something to be said for doing it yourself. Unfortunately, it's too close to the important pumpkin holidays to pump out a home brew that you can enjoy with friends and family. Or is it? Take ... continue reading
$30 buy MORE: Beer, Drink, Home.