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BeerTender

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.

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    Nambe Twist Cocktail Shaker

    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.

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    Drink Tanks Growler

    Let's see... how do we like our beer? Cold? Fresh? Carbonated? The Drink Tanks Growler ($65 and up) is designed to ensure all three. Crafted from lightweight, doubled-walled stainless steel, it's designed with a cap and bale sealing system that keeps your brew fresh and cold. As for the latter part, it also plays nice with a $30 keg tap cap lid that locks in place of the standard lid, and offers a place to inject CO2, a release valve to prevent overfilling, and a tap hose that lets the whole thing serve as a portable keg. If that sounds familiar, it probably should — but just remember that your current growler probably isn't made to keep beer cold, so if that's something that you're searching for, this is certainly worth a look.