LG is a name best known for their TVs, smartphones, and other consumer electronics, but now the company has a machine that will make beer in your home. It’s like a Keurig, but for beer. Now we have your attention.
Disney is a family-friendly company. At least they try to be. They don’t tolerate people in Donald Duck costumes cursing at theme park visitors or trying to feel them up. Just like they don’t tolerate their movie directors making nasty “jokes” online.
Ten-Forward is the place where the crew of the USS Enterprise-D on Star Trek: The Next Generation would go to have a drink and unwind. So if you are going to release a Next Generation vodka, it naturally has to share the name.
You know that booze is gonna be good if the name has “Hell Water” in it. This is the officially licensed Hellboy ‘Hell Water’ cinnamon whiskey. It is made in collaboration between XXX Distillery and Dark Horse Comics.
I’m not much for drinking hard alcohol, but one of my biggest pet peeves is a watered down Dr. Pepper, so I can still get behind these Whisky Bullets. These are stainless steel slugs that keep your drink nice and cool.
Simply put them in the freezer for at least four hours, then drop them in your whisky or Dr.
This watch from Wealth Solutions and Swiss watchmaker Louis Moinet comes with a shot of whisky. Each of the 50 limited edition watches will contain a single drop of an exceptionally rare and old whisky, Old Vatted Glenlivet 1862.
If I want whiskey on my watch, I’ll spill it there myself and if I want whiskey inside of my watch, I’ll dip it in my glass, like a normal sane person.
HBO and Brewery Ommegang have teamed up once again for a NEW Game of Thrones beer. It is a Golden Ale called Bend the Knee. Presumably because that’s what you have to do in front of the toilet after you’ve had more than your share.
This beer will be available in May, which is just in time for the final season.
Do you have a drought of Irish pubs in your area? Now you can erect one anywhere just by blowing it up. The PaddyWagon is an Irish pub that can be inflated and set up in minutes, creating an impromptu Irish pub anywhere.
The full-size pub has room for 80 guests, food service and a full bar which the company supplies upon request.
There are wine drinkers and then there are WINE drinkers. The former will have a glass of chardonnay every now and then, while the latter worries that their wine will go bad and wants it chilled and ready for action.
Here is the Beer Pong upgrade that you didn’t know you needed. Think of it as a structural engineering improvement for the game. Hexcups are way better than regular beer cups. That hexagonal shape makes them harder to crush for one thing, so they last longer.
Not only that but they fit together much more nicely and the edges are touching, so there’s no gaps, therefore no room for cups to fall over or move around during play.
Love wine? Love soda? Even though the Rouge Sucette contains elements of both, there’s no guarantee that you’ll love it though. It’s a Coca-Cola-flavored wine by Châteaux en Bordeaux’s Hausmann Famille, and it’s going to be relesaed next month.
Have you ever heard of poutine? No? Well, it’s a Canadian dish that’s made with french fries which have been topped with brown gravy and cheese curds. Other variations exist, but that’s basically what the dish is.
Remember those old plastic maze games with the little ball in them? You know, the type where you had to carefully move them around until the ball landed in the little divot? Well you can now relive this childhood memory while you’re three sheets to the wind, thanks to the Clink!
There’s actually a bar in Brooklyn that has its very own TARDIS, but if you want one in your house instead, I think I like this idea even better. Unofficially dubbed the “Party TARDIS” by Redditor imonfirex727, it’s a work of geeky wonder.
I love the occasional cocktail or two, but I’ve always had to keep it at a minimum. I’ve got my reasons, with the main one being the fact that I turn beet red once I consume even a drop (okay, several drops) of alcohol-laced fluids into my system.