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Yeastie Boys Digital IPA

Awesome brewery name aside, the Digital IPA from Yeastie Boys is just a flat-out great beer. We're suckers for a good IPA and this offering from the New Zealand brewery nails everything we look for in a hoppy brew. Aside from that, it's the first time we've come across an interactive beer. Each bottle features a QR ... continue reading
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Abbey Road Coasters

Abbey Road is a place that needs no introduction. Just reading the words Abbey Road probably created a picture of The Beatles occupying the crosswalk in your head. Abbey Road Studios is located on the Abbey Road and is where The Beatles recorded the album Abbey Road. Yeah, we know, it gets confusing. What isn't confusing ... continue reading
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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
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Vinyl Tap for iPad

Even if your audio setup doesn't go to 11, Vinyl Tap will let you rock out pre-cassette style. For a couple of bucks, the app transforms your iPad into a portable record player. All the feeling of listening to some vinyl is there, from the crackling of the needle dropping to the quiet spinning after the party has died ... continue reading
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AlphaSphere

If you've been in the market for a mysterious item to put in your apartment that will make guests say, "What the hell is that thing?" ... congratulations. The AlphaSphere will not only pique interests, but will far exceed whatever your unknowing friends assumed the futuristic-looking ball happened to be. Through ... continue reading
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Spotify for iPad

Spotify has single-handedly changed the way we digest music. We love Grooveshark because the annoying IT guy won't let us install anything on our computers, and it's great for making Mixtapes, but it won't work on our iDevices. With Spotify you don't have to worry about syncing your iPhone or your iPad. You don't have ... continue reading
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Boombox Pillow Set

If you need dead quiet to get some shut-eye, this is probably not the pillow set you want to toss on your queen-size. If you miss the days of jamming #2 pencils into cassette tapes and watching the levels bounce with the beat of Ice Ice Baby, then this Boombox Pillow Set available from Meninos is the perfect place ... continue reading
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Berlin Boombox

Even if you're not John Cusack, boomboxes are cool. We gotten past the point of cassette tapes and D-batteries (if they even make these anymore) though, so we need one that works with phones and mp3 players. Unfortunately, finding a boombox that looks as good as the ones from the 80s, and supports modern technology, ... continue reading
$83 buy MORE: Audio, iPhone, Music, Phones, Tech.
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Marshall Fridge

Combining two things men love into one awesome product has always been a recipe for success. Putting bacon on pizza (or just about anything else, really). The creation of the spork. Swiss Army Knives. Watches made out of wood. And now, this Marshall Fridge. It's a man-cave (or dorm room) sized fridge that will easily ... continue reading
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Cassette Tape Floor Mat

Anyone who owned cassette tapes has lived through the torture of respooling at least one of them with a #2 pencil. If it was a cassette single of "U Can't Touch This," it went a little quicker than the mess a 90-minute Maxwell could make, but either way you had the desire to stomp the damn thing to little analog shards ... continue reading
$39 buy MORE: Decor, Home, Music.
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Sinuous Guitars

"If it ain't broke, don't fix it," would be a good summation of the history of guitar design. Whatever axe you choose to play today, won't be so dissimilar from the ones the Stones, Zeppelin (unless Jimmy Page brought up a double neck) and older legends carried out on stage with them. While you might not be playing ... continue reading
$1750+ buy MORE: Audio, Guitar, Music, Tech.
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Guitar Gear

There comes a point in every guy's life when he contemplates learning guitar. Often it stems from a belief that playing "Stairway to Heaven" will make panties fly off. Those who stick with it past the initial fingertip callouses usually end up dedicating a large portion of their life to becoming the next Slash. This ... continue reading
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Fender Kurt Cobain Mustang Guitar

Kurt Cobain might have been the harbinger of death for hair metal, but he also did quite a few really awesome things. He made plaid cool again. He sang and strummed in a way that made all of us neurotic teenagers feel normal. He let Dave Grohl play drums. He married Courtney Love. Ok, he had his faults too. Musically ... continue reading
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Wooden Guitar Picks

Plastic was a fantastic invention. Thousands of things could be mass produced quickly and cheaply which made them readily available to everyone. Odds are though, if you can make it in wood it will probably do its job better and it will definitely look better. Take the guitar pick for instance. Yeah, you can get thousands ... continue reading
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