The Napoleon Pro 665 Cooks Up to 42 Burgers at Once SPONSORED

Simply put, the Napoleon Pro 665 is not your average grill. Built on superior technology, rock solid performance and balanced design, it outperforms any grill you've every used. Thanks to the patented JETFIRE Ignition System, each of the 8 stainless steel burners light the first time, every time. With a 1,140-square-inch grilling area, you can cook an entire feast at once, and even grill up to 42 large hamburgers at one time. It comes loaded with an integrated wood chipper smoking tray, a Sizzle Zone to deliver a restaurant-quality sear to your meats, WAVE Cooking Grids for even cooking, and a commercial quality rotisserie kit. On top of all of that, everything has been engineered with style and functionality in mind, including the Night Light System, soft close doors, a slide out propane tray, ... continue reading
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Copper Moscow Mule Mug SHOP

Ever since the Moscow Mule was concocted back in 1941, it’s been consumed from an attention-stealing copper mug—like this one. This 12 oz. version is crafted from 100% pure copper and is perfect for your summer drinks—Moscow Mules or not. Since copper is a highly conductive metal, the mug will keep your cold ... continue reading
$24 buy MORE: Food & Drink, Copper, Mug.
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Aviator Shorts from Ministry of Supply – A Smarter Pair of Shorts SPONSORED

At some point, guys adopted basketball shorts as appropriate summer attire because of comfort. It's time for a pair of shorts more presentable with the same relaxed feel; it's time for the Aviator Shorts from Ministry of Supply. Thanks to 4-way stretch material and a clever design, the Aviator Shorts will move with you effortlessly. Each pair wicks away moisture to keep you dry, features a urethane waistband that keep shirts tucked in, and is coated with a water-resistant polymer that causes water to bead upon contact. Finally a pair of good-looking shorts that don't feel and act like cardboard. ... check it out
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Our Favorite Summer Beers

You’re going to need a beverage to quench your thirst while mowing the lawn, manning the grill, or just being out under the summer sun—may we suggest beer? We asked around the Cool Material office to find our favorite summer suds. These are our picks: Tim Jacobsen - Founder Firestone Walker Easy Jack Carton ... continue reading
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Beer Cap Maps SHOP

Remember the map you filled out with state quarters when they were released? Well, that's the idea behind these maps, only you're not using money, you're using the caps from beers you've consumed. Beer Cap Maps allow you to display bottle caps from each state's finest breweries. Each is made in Wisconsin with wood ... continue reading
$79 buy MORE: Food & Drink, Home, Beer, Decor.
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Diamond Whiskey Glasses SHOP

Pouring the good stuff into your standard tumbler isn’t doing it justice. How about a glass with as much personality as that fine bottle you only break out on special occasions? Something like these Diamond Whiskey Glasses. The diamond-shaped glasses comfortably hold your hooch on an angle and allow you to twirl ... continue reading
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Luchador Bottle Openers

Mexican wrestling is awesome. Therefore, luchadors are awesome. Even if it's just a slightly overweight white male comedian wearing a luchador mask, they're awesome. Drinking beer, obviously, is also awesome. Combining the two is obviously also going to be awesome. Enter the Luchador Bottle Openers. Available in red, ... continue reading
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The Seven Kingdoms Mug SHOP

Channel your inner Tyrion Lannister and drink your wine—or beer, booze, blood of your enemies—from this handmade Horn Mug. Each is crafted from a real cattle horn and is ready for your next Game of Thrones feast. And since each is made from actual cattle horn, no two are alike. All are finished by hand and attached ... continue reading
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Hobo Eat Kit

Call it the Swiss Army knife of the dinner table or Voltron of the flatware world because regardless of how you look at it, the Hobo Eat Kit is going to revolutionize how you dine on the run. It’s for all those times when that cheap plastic shit fails you (always) or you're without flatware (camping/picnics/etc) ... continue reading