Sometimes the original is the best. Only modestly updated since it's debut, the Waring Professional Bar Blender ($95) is a true classic, with workhorse sensibilities. Available in stainless steel or bright copper, the Waring features a 40-oz. glass mixing jar, a powerful 390-watt motor, high and low speeds, a center cap that doubles as a 1-oz measure, and a heavy-duty build that will keep it running for years to come.
Enjoy the perfect pint with the Samuel Adams Boston Lager Glass ($30/set of 4 glasses). Designed with the help of sensory experts, the pint glass provides optimum full-flavored taste of Sam Adams (or any other brew) thanks to some unique features — a bead inside the rim creates turbulence to release flavor and aromas; a lip on the glass places the beer on the front of the tongue where sweetness is tasted; a laser etching on the bottom creates bubbles for constant aroma release; thinner walls and round shape maintain proper beer temperature longer; and a narrow grip reduces exposure from the heat of your hand.
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recovery morning off right with Demitri's Bloody Mary Seasoning ($33). This three-pack of award-winning mixes includes classic, chilies and peppers, and extra horseradish varieties, to which you only need to add vodka and tomato juice. Great for an afternoon pick-me-up for a relaxing day, or for helping wash down the shame of a hard night.
Forget those easily-breakable shot glasses you see in tourist shops around the world — if you're ready to do some real drinking, grab yourself a BigShot ($55). Made from solid 2-inch diameter 303 stainless steel bar stock, these manly glasses hold 3 oz. of hooch and weigh an even-manlier 7.5 oz. With a brushed finish and rifled knurls for better grip, it's the last shot glass you'll ever need. [Thanks, Scott]