Let's face it: slamming shots of tequila isn't exactly the classiest of moves. But you can add a bit of respectability back to the proceedings with the Tequila Buffet ($90). It's handmade from wormy chestnut salvaged from Appalachian barns and homes, and features a depression cut to fit a pint of Patron, four depressions to hold the included shot glasses, a cutting board, an included paring knife, salt bowls, and dedicated notches to keep your limes from rolling away. All you need is tequila, a few limes, and some time to kill.
Most gadgets that open bottles see the opener added on to the end as an afterthought — but not the Bottle Grenade ($25). Instead, this aluminum tool was designed as a bottle opener first and foremost — for both twist and pop tops — and had additional functionality added later. Functionality like a 1/4" hex, a 7/16" hex, an integrated hook for hanging on a belt loop, and a perfectly-sized twist slot that will hold a cap backwards the whole day, letting you proudly display your affinity for PBR.
Get your favorite local brew home safely in a Sprocket Growler ($65). Made in Portland, these hand slip-cast stoneware growlers will keep all 64 ounces of goodness cool for your entire trip, and feature ceramic flip-tops with a rubber seal, just like a pint of Grolsch.
So you spent all kinds of time researching just the right bottle of sake to buy, and now you're serving it... out of what? The bottle it came in? A wine decanter? Try this Wappa Cedar Sake Bottle ($200) instead. Designed by Shunji Kurimori, it's crafted from straight grain Akita Cedar, giving it a classic look while imbuing it with properties that help hold your sake's temperature, whether it's hot or cold. Want to make it a set? Order up some cups while you're at it.