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Krups Heineken Sub

As part of an attempt to target an emerging market of guys who want to recreate the kind of premium draft beer experience they get at a bar, in their own homes, there's the Krups Heineken Sub ($TBA). This device, part beer cooler, part draft pouring machine, is made as a partnership between Heineken and Krups (known for their at-home coffee brewers), and works as a dispenser for a beer container known as a "torp." Each "torp" — short for torpedo — is delivered to your door, contains two liters of beer, and is available in a range of beer varieties. All you need to do is insert it into the Sub, close the hatch, and start pouring cold beer.

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    Homebrew Whiskey Barrels

    Give your next batch of home-brewed beer just the right amount of barrel-aged flavor with these used Homebrew Whiskey Barrels ($90). These barrels were used to age Texas-distilled blue corn whiskey for six months, making them ideal for containing your favorite barley wine, porter, or stout. Each five-gallon barrel is made from American white oak, and has been charred on the inside for an excellent smoky taste. They come with a stand and a rubber bung. They're available in very limited quantities, so pick one up while you still can.

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    Jagermeister Shotmeister

    Pour ice-cold shots of your favorite anise-flavored liqueur just like they do out at the bar with the Jagermeister Shotmeister ($200). This tap machine houses a single 750 milliliter or one-liter bottle, dispensing perfectly-portioned shots of Jagermeister chilled down to below zero degrees. It's also small enough to fit under the average kitchen cabinet, so it won't occupy too much space in your home bar or kitchen. It's energy efficient — using as much power as a home lightbulb — and requires no assembly, so you can start drinking right away.