One of the worst things about adding ice to a whisky is its ability to water-down the flavor. So chill your next drink down with Whiskey Stones ($20). Milled in Vermont by some of the oldest soapstone workshops in the US, these stones chill quickly in the freezer, and won't impart any flavor to your favorite blend.
Red Solo cups are great for Toby Keith concerts, but not so great for the environment. Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Pint Cups ($30) are. Made from 18/8 food-grade stainless steel, they're reusable, durable, and dishwasher safe — and you also don't have to worry about anyone commenting on your lack of manhood due to your glass goblet.
Whether you're an actual barkeep or just an overly-prepared party-goer, the Butterfly Knife Styled Bottle Opener ($7) can help add some flair to your booze-accessing routine. Built from food-grade stainless steel, this sturdy opener functions just like a butterfly knife — and it looks just like one as well, so be careful when you're whipping it out lest you look a little too tough and end up in a roadside ditch.
No proper toolbox is complete without a bottle opener for keeping your mind limber while on the job, and few are suited to the task like the Craftsman Bottle Opener ($8). Sporting the signature clear, red, and blue Craftsman handle — just like the ones they use on their guaranteed-for-life screwdrivers — it features a stainless steel opener and a leather strap for hanging, so you won't have to start digging through drawers when refreshment calls.
If Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor was moonlighting as a sommelier, there's no doubt he would have come up with something like the Bosch IXO Vino. Combining a cordless screwdriver with a corkscrew adapter, the IXO Vino can open bottles of wine as easily as it puts together IKEA furniture, and has an integrated LED light so you don't miss the bottle when operating in darkened cellars.