Remember playing scientist when you were a kid? Now you get to feel that joy all over again — only with booze. Test Tube Shooters ($20) gives you a set of six colorful plastic test tubes that are the perfect way to administer your latest experiments to your "test subjects".
You know what they say: guys with big hands.... And there's no more clever way to make your hand look huge than by hiding your cold one in The Beast Koozie ($24). Made of foam, this oversized, muscular faux hand will keep your beer cold and make that guy giving you the evil eye from across room think twice about starting beef with a guy that has hands like the Hulk.
Being able to run to the nearest bar and have your growler filled with fresh beer is great. Trying to strap it down for the trip back? Not so much. Growler On Board ($30) is designed for just this purpose, holding up to three 1/2 gallon or 2L growlers in place in a seat, in your trunk, or on the floor. In addition, its low density foam construction means it also offers a bit of insulation, which is great for when you want a drink as soon as you get home. [Scouted by Sam]
Don't water your drink down with ice or keep your party focused around a ridiculous ice luge — if you want to serve you and your guests the coldest booze imaginable, grab yourself an Ice Jacket ($35). Made from polypropylene, the Jacket consists of a base/grip that fits on the end of most standard liquor bottles and a sleeve that wraps around the upper portion. Lock the sleeve into place, fill it with water, and stick it in the freezer for 7-8 hours, and you're bottle will be coated in a thick coating of ice that will keep it cold for hours.
Never fear the soggy cardboard six-pack again. The 6 Packer ($30) is a hard, more sturdy replacement, constructed from 3/16" laser-cut plywood and assembled — by you — with 1/2" screws and nuts. Once you've got it put together, it should hold longnecks, stubby bottles, and everything in between without ever blowing out.