Sure, the DraughtKeg is handy, but it's also a little messy, and takes up quite a bit of room in the fridge. The BeerTender ($135) solves these problems by serving as a standalone beer-serving machine, made especially for the 5L DraughtKeg. Co-developed by Krups and Heineken, the BeerTender features integrated refrigeration to keep your beer at the ideal temperature of 37.4º F, and the built-in display lets you know when it's time to refill. Plus, with its advanced pressure system, you'll get the perfect pour every time.
Licking salt off the back of your hand is so uncivilized. So if you're planning on slamming some shots of tequila at your next adult gathering, consider serving them in these Himalayan Salt Tequila Glasses ($30/Set of 4) instead. Made from high-quality, food-grade Himalayan pink salt, they look more like rose quartz than something you'd sit on the dinner table, and impart a nuanced saltiness to every drink. Even better, they require little maintenance, and should last for long after you've finished the bottle.
It's always classier to show up with a bottle of wine draped in some vino-specific carrier than to brown bag it like the homeless guy down the street. The Built Origami Wine Tote ($25) lets you do exactly that, without needing to carry some bulky thing home. Thanks to its unique design, it collapses down flat after use and is secured by the handle, making it easy to shove into a bag for the ride home. Available in black or the obvious dep red "Bordeaux".
Even if you're not a drinker, this work of art will look great on the shelf. Crafted by award-winning designer Fred Bould, the helix-shaped Twist Cocktail Shaker ($145) features an integrated removable strainer, and is made of thermal-retentive Nambé metal that should be chilled before mixing drinks for optimal results.