Become a roaming barkeep with the Big Screw Bottle Opener ($12). Machined from a solid bar of aluminum, this pocketable, keyring-friendly tool resembles a screw with a bottle opener on the end, but screw that piece off and it becomes a compact corkscrew. Small caveat: according to the description, you shouldn't take it to the airport, lest you get "screwed big by the TSA."
Enjoy trying different beers? Ever wish you were keeping better track of your hoppy adventures? The 33 Bottles of Beer Journal ($12/3-pack) was made for you. Each page offers spaces for you to write the beer's name, brewer, rating, serving type (draft, bottle, can, etc.), and a unique "Flavor Wheel" to track different aspects of the beer's taste, from "sulphury" and "toffee" to "bitter" and "sweet." [Thanks, Chad]
Add a bit of rustic old-west flair to your home bar with the Railroad Spike Bottle Opener ($19). Hand-forged at 2,400º Fahrenheit from old, reclaimed railroad spikes, each opener is slightly different, but shares the same twisted design and bottle opening claw, with a thin coating of beeswax offering a protective, slightly colored finish.