Johnnie Walker Blue Label is known as an elegant drink for sophisticated men... and as such, it deserves an equally elegant bar. The Porsche Design Johnnie Walker Private Bar (£100,000, roughly $155,000) delivers in spades, standing over six feet tall with a brushed stainless steel exterior and interior appointed with more stainless steel, Australian lace wood, and natural shagreen leather, a motion-activated opening sequence, a magnum of cask-strength Blue Label, two regular bottles of Blue Label, and a hidden chilled compartment that rises out of the bar to reveal a bespoke crystal ice bucket, stainless steel tongs, four further crystal glasses and a crystal jug of iced water. If that's a bit too rich for you, there's also The Cube (£240, roughly $370) and The Chiller (£490, roughly $755), which offer similar brushed stainless steel and leather construction, but hold only one bottle a piece, have lids that double as ice buckets, and, in the latter case, hold a few drinking glasses, as well.
For real beer drinkers, the best bottle openers aren't the fancy, futuristic tools you'll find in pristine kitchens — instead, they're the ones that looks like they've been used for years, potentially cobbled together by a vagrant. This Bike Fork Bottle Opener ($20) fits the latter description. Crafted from a repurposed bike fork drop out and sporting a handle wrapped in paracord, all it's missing is the vague smell of urine. [Scouted by Evan]