Whether you're a true mixologist or just playing one at your next party, the Cocktail Chemistry Set ($40) will make you feel like a mad scientist behind the bar. Mix your shots in the slick flask and serve them up in four test tubes. Sure they're marked bio hazard, but the alcohol should neutralize any potential threats.
Have the most gangsta drinks at your next party, with these ice cubes shaped like AK-47 bullets. Each AK Ice Tray ($13) magazine produces 12 bullet shaped pieces. There's really no way that absolutely everyone present won't find this amazingly awesome. Seriously, no chance whatsoever. [Thanks, Doug]
Celebrate the 250th anniversary of the first keg of Guinness with this one-of-a-kind traditional Irish pub for your house. Designed and built by RiRa Pubs, this Authentic Guinness Home Pub ($250,000) will be built on-site in your home out of historic Irish architectural elements and decorated with authentic Guinness artifacts. In addition to your new bar, you'll also get a VIP trip for two to Dublin with "first class airfare, luxury accommodations, and insider access to the magic still being made at the historic working St. James's Gate brewery." Oh, and you get a year's supply of free Guinness Stout for your pub.
Learn the basics of beer with the Beer Wheel ($9). This quick dial is packed with information on everything from ales to wheat beers. You're already a pro at drinking the stuff, so you might as well know what you're drinking.
To serious folk, decanting wine is no laughing matter. To those of us with less refined taste buds, however, it's less about how you pour and more about how much. Fortunately, Dean & Deluca has created a middle ground. One part connoisseur, one part novice, the Versovino Wine Decanting System ($40) corks into the top of any bottle to pour a perfect glass every time — and it looks pretty cool too.