Installing a custom made bar at home requires time, energy, and plenty of space. The Sidecar, a collaboration between Moore & Giles and barman and author Jim Meehan takes a world class bar, and makes it mobile. This timeless and pricey piece features a butcher block-like bar top sealed to prevent stains, a water-jet cut aluminum frame, and holds up to six bottles on each end — cradled by leather-wrapped hexagonal brass handles. The home bar has never been this functional, or looked this good.
It's quite possibly the world's most impressive cocktail making machine. The Tanqueray No. Ten Imperial Shaker was recreated using a nineteenth-century drawing under the guidance spirits industry figurehead Jason Crawley. The 5' tall shaker is nothing short of unique, with its cast iron, brass, copper, and silver materials. And the purchase includes a one-year supply of Tanqueray No. Ten, a personal cocktail education session for up to 20 guests. Neiman Marcus will even donate $5,000 for each of these purchased to benefit youth arts education in communities across the country.
No home bar is complete without the proper tools for cocktail creation. The Sagaform Cocktail Set measures up, and includes a stainless steel measuring cup, cherrywood muddler, and a cherrywood citrus reamer. Form and function collide with this three-piece set, taking any home bar from ordinary to intriguing almost immediately.
In recent years, the growler has seen a rise in popularity thanks to its ability to allow you to bring fresh draft beer home. But it won't stay fresh for long, and taking down 64oz or more of beer in one sitting might not be a great idea. The uKeg Pressurized Growler from GrowlerWerks solves that issue, as their product maintains perfect carbonation from the first pour until the last. The double-wall vacuum-insulated stainless steel vessel keeps the beer cold while the regulator cap keeps any air from leaking out, providing a pour that is just what the brewer had in mind to begin with.