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Kalik

Made by the good folks at Heineken, Kalik ($8-$10/6-pack) is an amazing, award-winning Caribbean beer that's brewed only in Nassau. Up until recently, the only way you could enjoy this perfect-for-the-heat-of-summer brew was by visiting the Bahamas (we first indulged at Atlantis) and packing your suitcase full on your way back. If you can bear to pay the crazy prices and crazier shipping costs, you can now order it online. And if you're lucky, you might be able to talk your local liquor store into special ordering you some.

  • Climber Pouch Wines

    There's a reason why flasks are the most popular alcohol transportation system for outdoorsy-types: bottles and cans simply aren't much fun to carry. Pouches, on the other hand, aren't too bad. Which is why we're digging Climber Pouch Wines ($17). Available in surprisingly tasty Cabernet or Chardonnay varieties, these affordable wines arrive in imminently portable 1.5L resealable pouches with an integrated spigot that ensures you won't be needlessly providing nearby ants with an alcoholic water park.

  • Jack Daniel's Ready-to-Drink

    If you're busy slaying the rabid possums that are messing up your grand championship of cornhole, you probably don't have time to waste mixing your own Jack & Coke. Enter the Jack Daniel's Ready-to-Drink ($10) offerings. These perfectly mixed beverages, which come in aluminum-bottle four-packs, give you instant access to Jack & Cola, Jack & Ginger, or Jack & Diet Cola.