Go animal-style on your next bottle of fine lager with the Beer Claw ($10 and up). Crafted from aircraft-grade aluminum, this feisty open is available in Mini, normal, Lite, and Elite versions, with a gunmetal or natural finish, a hole for attaching to a keyring, and, if you spring for the $40 version, Cocobolo hardwood grips.
Like a booze-oriented Swiss Army knife, the Bar10der ($50) packs all your drink-making essentials into a single tool. Swing out the arms of the Bar10der and you'll find a bottle opener, corkscrew, channel knife, jigger, muddler, reamer, standard knife, stirrer, and strainer, most of which are made from stainless steel and are therefore tough enough to handle years of mixology abuse. [via]
Whether you own your own bar or are simply the frequent host of over-the-top beer bashes, the IntoxBox ($TBA) will ensure that no one leaves without at least knowing that they're well over the limit. This commercial breathalyzer lets your patrons — or guests — pay a small fee with cash or a credit card, then use a disposable, sanitary straw to blow into the screen to receive an accurate BAC result that's thankfully not printed or recorded. More than just a handy gadget, it's a potential life saver. [Scouted by Dan]