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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.

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    The Macallan x Oakley Flask

    In one of the greater collaborations in recent memory, legendary scotch makers The Macallan have joined teams with sunglass-makers Oakley, and the result is one hardcore flask. Indeed, the The Macallan x Oakley Flask (£600; roughly $900) draws upon the latter's experience in creating high-end metal objects, with a dark design that brings together food-grade steel, carbon fiber, and aerospace-grade aluminum. Features include a rubberized bottom to keep it from sliding around, a double-sprung cap, and a machined aluminum funnel that threads into the mouthpiece and sports a small air vent on the side. Sure, it's expensive, but so is 25-year-old Macallan.

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    Spiegelau IPA Glass

    Different kinds of wine get different glasses, so why shouldn't different kinds of beer? The Spiegelau IPA Glass ($20/2-pack) is the first glass designed specifically for drinking India Pale Ales. This new glass was developed in collaboration with Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head and Ken Grossman of Sierra Nevada, resulting in a vessel that promotes a full head while maintaining an opening that helps to highlight the hoppy aromas of this popular brew.