Get your beer buzz on like Belgium monks via these Chimay Beer Glasses ($9) and the book Brew Like a Monk ($13). The glasses, made in the traditional style, hold 12 ounces of monastic brewed goodness while the book teaches you ancient Trappist brewing techniques without needing to enter the religious life.
It's a classic drink glass redone in the form of the Riedel O Stemless Martini Glasses ($25). This set of two glasses has a hollow ribbed stem topped with a more traditional martini glass shape. It’s made of lead-free glass from Germany and would be great with that bottle of Medoyeff Vodka you just picked up.
Corkcicle introduces the Waterman series to its hydration line, which takes its already best in class triple insulated cup to another level with the addition of a super durable powder coated finish. This coolest cup ever is crafted from 2 layers of stainless steel with a vacuum seal and is the only insulated Tumbler with a proprietary third layer of insulation that further improves how long it keeps your drinks hot or cold. With easy-grip sides, a no-slip bottom, and shatterproof, drink-thru lid, the Waterman edition offers you best-in-class sipping for your wildest adventures.
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Drinking chilled white wine is a joy, but chilling it can be a pain. The Rapid Ice Instant Wine Cooler ($12) helps this problem by freezing it, then slipping it over the bottle for 5 minutes. It can keep your vino cold for up to 3 hours without the need for a dedicated, and sometimes messy, ice bucket. It apparently also works for beer, but if it takes you three hours to finish one of those you're drinking way too slowly.
It seems like there are an endless number of cocktail shakers out there, but it's been a while since one has impressed us like this. Designed by Ron Arad for Alessi, the Chiringuito Cocktail Shaker ($140) sports a gorgeous, twisting design that mimics the movement of the liquid inside, and a shiny, 18/10 stainless steel body. An interior strainer helps keep the looks clean when pouring, but after the fourth or fifth pour, that won't matter anyway.