You might not be ready for a full bar at home but are in need of a spot dedicated to whipping up a cocktail and showcase your collection. Libation Station gives you just that, designed to both store your bottles of booze and allow you to prepare drinks thanks to the black walnut tray. The tray is finished with food grade mineral oil and gives you just enough space to chop up a lime and lay out the needed supplies for your cocktail of choice. Constructed out of high-grade aluminum, it comes with installation hardware and can be mounted in minutes.
A watch has one primary purpose: to tell time. A flask has one primary purpose: to hold booze. Urwerk has managed to craft truly exceptional examples of both. A collaboration with the storied Scottish whisky maker, The Macallan x Urwerk Flask is delightfully over-engineered. It's made up of over 150 machined aluminum, titanium, and stainless steel parts, and has dual inner tanks to let you carry two of your favorite whiskies at once. Winglets fold out to let it stand upright, and cask indicators let you track the age and type of whisky in each tank. Limited to just 500 examples.
The martini glass is a classic symbol of sophistication. It's also incredibly fragile. The Adamantini Indestructible Martini Vessel is a durable take on this iconic glass. Named for the fictional metal alloy bonded to Wolverine's claws, the "glass" is machined from a solid 25 lb. billet of 303 stainless steel. The resulting vessel can hold 8 oz. of liquid, weighs just over a pound, and has a sleek shape that lowers the center of gravity for greater balance.
Unlike most bar carts, it doesn't have wheels — but that doesn't make the Greta De Parry Coleman Bar Cart any less impressive. It was commissioned by bourbon maker Basil Hayden's, and makes up for its lack of mobility with a light, airy design that pairs perfectly with mid-century furnishings. Its top is made from a solid piece of either walnut or bleached maple, and at nearly three and a half feet wide, it has plenty of space to hold spirits, shakers, glasses, and other drink-making essentials.
There's something special about a great glass of wine with dinner, or to help wind down after a long day. Of course, most of those occasions don't call for emptying the entire bottle, and then storage and preservation become an issue. Plum Wine Appliance solves that issue, and might be able to serve a fresh glass better than you can as well. One of the most sophisticated home appliances on the market, Plum works with any standard wine bottle. Just load bottles in and Plum uses integrated cameras to identify the wine and chill each bottle to the exact varietal temperature. It also uses a motorized double cored needle to pressurize each bottle with argon gas, keeping your wine preserved for up to 90 days. With Plum, the days of pouring out oxidized wine or drinking at less than ideal temperatures are over, and the problems are solved in the form of a great looking addition to any kitchen or home bar.
A great cocktail mixer can take the effort out of making a great drink, but most of them are packed with calories and artificial ingredients. Ficks Vitamin & Electrolyte Infused Cocktail Mix are a line of premium cocktail mixers launched this year in San Francisco. They use all natural ingredients like fresh pressed ginger juice in their Moscow Mule and organic agave nectar in their Margarita. With just 35 calories and 10g of sugar per 3oz serving, Ficks has almost made drinking healthy.
Scott Campbell is primarily known for his Williamsburg tattoo shop, Saved Tattoos, and its sister wine brand, Saved Wines. So it's no surprise that the Saved Wines x Shinola Corkscrew features some "ink" of its own. Its solid brass handle is engraved with various patterns and sigils that "represent inspired ideas and the focus and determination to act upon them". We don't know about all that, but we do know it's a classy upgrade from standard bartender corkscrew or Rabbit.
While you're likely familiar with how well meat responds to the smoking process, you might not be as well versed in the world of infusing cocktails with a savory smoke flavor. This Crafthouse Cocktail Smoke Box will give you that ability, taking your mixology skills to the next level. The great looking piece of barware features a stainless steel frame with glass sides and a walnut base, a smoking gun, two trial-size wood chip flavors, and recipes to help get you started.
Infusing liquor with fruits, spices, and other flavors is nothing new — pro bartenders have known for years that a well-done infusion can liven up even the simplest recipe. Yet it's still not that common outside the bar/restaurant. The Alkemista Alcohol Infusion Vessel aims to change that. It uses a four-piece design to make it easy to create delicious infusions. Just place your ingredients in the stainless steel filter, screw the 950 ml borosilicate glass bottle onto the leak-proof bottom lid, pour in your liquor, insert the stopper, and wait while the flavors mingle together, creating a wholly-new liquid you can use to craft pro-quality cocktails at home.
Whether you're drinking the good stuff or something from the bottom shelf, it'll look high class with this Buster & Punch Machined Whisky Set. The set features a machined plate made out of solid brushed steel or brass and includes two hand blown crystal Whisky glasses that fit snugly on the plate. A perfect addition to your home bar that would also be a great gift for the classy drinker in your life.
Most wine storage systems overlook one basic fact: it's way easier to find the bottle you want when you can see the label. The Wine Library overcomes this by making sure each and every one is visible, whether it's reclining gently or laying nearly on its side. The modular system is made entirely of laser-cut iron corten, and can be mixed-and-matched between 8, 16, 18, or 24 bottle units. It's available in a variety of finishes, and finished with an optional rolling ladder, rails, and backlights.
Inspired by The Polo Bar on the corner of 5th Ave and 55th St., the Ralph Lauren Polo Bar Mixologist Box brings select pieces from the restaurant to your home. Inside the saddle leather carrying case you'll find a hand-cut crystal decanter featuring sandblasted polo players, a quartet of matching double old-fashioned glasses, a silver-plated brass jigger, stirrers, a bottle opener, a set of coasters, and a nut bowl. Finished with a Wexford plaid wool lining taken straight from the restaurant and accompanied by a leather book of drink recipes.
Created to bring cocktails back to their original pre-prohibition era taste, True Syrup is replacing those gross chemicals with wholesome ingredients. Each batch is made from the real stuff, so instead of reading high fructose corn syrup, chemically-sourced quinine, and red 40 dye on the label, you see cane sugar and cinchona bark. Available in Tonic and Grenadine, mix them with any booze for authentic Shirley temples and gin and tonics or you can even use them to spice up your hot cider or wine.
Enjoying cold, draft beer from a great brewery at home is easier than ever thanks to the Hopsy Hometap Beer Dispenser. Developed by Krups — the same company that makes the Nespresso coffee machine — the Hopsy is easy to use and load and fits snugly on your kitchen countertop. Hopsy delivers two liters of beer in each HomeTap bottle, which are available online and shipped directly to you. Once tapped, the beer stays fresh for a couple weeks and can be swapped out for a new choice before or after they are empty. Order as a standalone, part of a Hopsy bundle, or join the monthly subscription club.
Brewing and bottling your own batch of beer at home is quite an accomplishment, but it's also a ton of work. With the Catalyst Beer Fermentation System, you can do all the same steps for a brew without having to siphon, transfer, or use a bunch of extra tools or ugly buckets on brew day. And with no transfers, the chances of your beer being contaminated go down dramatically. The tank is made from high-quality, food-safe polymer that is easy to pop into the dishwasher after you're done bottling. It's a homebrewing set that looks great, makes the process easier, and gives you a better chance at nailing a batch you can be proud of.
If you take whiskey seriously, you know that proper glassware and presentation make a big difference. Inspired by those needs and fine whiskey comes the Rare Presenter Whiskey Glass Set. It features a suspended tray with a handle that lets you carry it one handed while you hold a precious bottle of fantastic whiskey in your other hand. And the glasses themselves are even more vital, hand-formed by glassblowers from Boroscilicate glass. The shape allows for ideal nosing and tasting, while the material gives a high degree of thermal resistance for hot and cold beverages.
A shaker and jigger set is essential to any home bar. And this Foster & Rye Enamel Shaker & Jigger Set looks like an essential addition to your next camping trip. It comes in stainless steel, finished in a classic blue and white speckled enamel. The jigger and shaker are double sided and give you a good looking option for proper cocktails around the campfire during your next outdoor experience.
If you've ever tried your hand at homebrewing, you know that the day you brew is the best day in the process. After that, it's a waiting game with plenty of work involved that can last a month or more. This Vessi Beer Fermentor on the other hand, will deliver fresh beer in about a week, and do it in an easier, more controlled environment. Developed by the team at Whirlpool labs, it provides precise temperature and pressure control with minimum exposure to light and oxygen. And once the wort is in the tank, it stays there until it's ready to be bottled or poured off the tap. All this ensures a batch of safe beer in a fraction of the time it takes to do it the old-fashioned way.
As classic cocktails have stepped back into the spotlight, the accessories that help you craft them have as well. At the top of that food chain is this Starboard Cocktail Shaker, arriving in sterling silver and green glass. The emerald green represents the green lights that adorn the starboard side of boats. And while it costs more on its own than most bars cost to stock entirely, it's a one-of-a-kind conversation piece that also gives you an assist behind the bar.
Brewing your own beer at home is rewarding. It can also be a bit of a chore. The ArtBrew Automated Brewing System aims to make it easy. This all-in-one machine lets you use the built-in LCD or the companion app to choose the kind of beer you want to brew, then add water, malt, hops, yeast, and anything else the recipe calls for, whether it's sourced locally, online, or in a pre-configured Artpack. Once that's done, you simply hit start and the machine will control the mach, sterlization, and fermenting, letting you know when your beer is ready to drink and serving it straight from the built-in tap. Every ingredient has it's own container or compartment, so the process is hard to foul up, and your beer is ready in 1-3 weeks, time that you can use to decide what to make for your next batch.
You've already got the celebration going with a little bubbly. Crank the party up another notch with the Champagne Gun. This ridiculous contraption is part machine gun, part Super Soaker, using magnum-sized bottles as its fuel. Just load your bottle, give the thing a healthy shake, and enjoy a stream of champagne that travels around 20 feet for up to 45 seconds. You can also use it as a fancy holder for times you'd rather pour and drink your champagne, instead of wasting it, and its metal body looks great behind a bar, too. Available in gold, chrome or rose gold.
Lots of us enjoy a good glass of wine. But unlike a glass of beer, a glass of wine requires a commitment to drinking the whole bottle, since it goes bad in about a day. Unless you're drinking from the Kuvee Smart Wine Bottle. This intelligent wine delivery system uses bottles that keep oxygen out of the equation completely, allowing each one to last for up to 30 days. They can be swapped out easily, so you and your family/guests can enjoy different styles of wine at the same meal without the expenditure of opening multiple traditional bottles. The built-in touchscreen shows you what you're drinking, in-depth info you won't find on a traditional label, and even lets you rate the wine and order more right from the bottle.
Stanley's insulated thermos does a great job of keeping hot liquids hot and cold liquids cold — there's a reason your grandpa likely had one to carry coffee to work or soup to the field. The Stanley Classic Vacuum Insulated Growler carries on this legacy by keeping something equally important in top condition: your beer. Its vacuum insulated body and foam insulated lid keep up to two quarts of beer cold for up to 24 hours, while the 18/8 stainless steel build ensures your drink tastes just like it did when it left the brewery. Available in green or navy.
Most wine collectors would love to have a dedicated cellar in their home. When that's not possible, Somi Wine Cellars are the next best thing. Made by hand in Portland, OR from regionally-sourced wood, they're designed by engineers, resulting in a robust, arch-topped structure that's kept at an optimal temperature by a top of the line cooling system. They're lined with high-performance insulation and filled with a two bottle-deep universal rack system, then covered with salvaged barn wood, outfitted with handcrafted hardware, and finished to match your decor. Available in capacities ranging from 120 to nearly 450 bottles.
You'd expect nothing less than luxury when you see the Rolls-Royce name, and that's exactly what you get with this Rolls-Royce Cocktail Hamper. The interior is decked with American Walnut wood and premium natural grain leather, while each implement was custom made, from the decanters, shakers, and fine cotton napkins to the muddler and strainer engraved with the 'RR' monogram. Each glass included takes a month to make using a technique where the glass is blown into beech wood molds, while the rims are finished in platinum. Even more exclusive than the automobiles, only 15 of these impressive hampers will be made.
If you've ever dreamed of making your own moonshine but were too lazy to splurge on a full setup, this Tabletop Moonshine Still looks like the perfect alternative. It's constructed from the same stainless steel used in premium cookware, ensuring your hooch stays safe. It's easy to use, and with a 1/2 gallon capacity, you'll have 7 to 12 ounces of your very own white lightning ready to be bottled in a Mason jar before you know it.
Years of care went into the production of your favorite whiskeys. Similar care was put into the making of the Norlan Whiskey Glass. The result of over one and a half years of development, it combines the aromatic benefits of a snifter with the aesthetics and casual style of a tumbler, thanks to a double-walled design. Inside the glass a specially developed protrusions that help focus the drink's natural aromas when swirled, releasing every nuance of the spirit. They're hand-blown from Borosilicate glass and available in sets of two, four, six, or eight.
Straight from the brewery freshness. The convenience of a K-Cup. The Pico Home Brewing Machine is a fully-automatic solution for brewing your own quality beers at home. Leveraging technology from the award-winning Zymatic brewer, it uses ready-to-brew ingredient kits called PicoPaks — available from over 50 breweries — to take the guesswork out of the brewing process. It takes roughly two hours to brew and 5-7 days to ferment a 5L mini-keg, giving you the opportunity to enjoy a different beer every week.
If you think the type of beer glasses you sip from don't matter, then you've probably never used proper glassware, like these Monti Beer Glasses. Each of the four glasses is specifically designed to fit perfectly in your hand, and are blown from lead-free crystal. The IPA, Pilsner, Pint, or birra glasses are designed with a specific beer in mind and come in 16 or 12 ounce options.