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The 6 Packer

Never fear the soggy cardboard six-pack again. The 6 Packer ($30) is a hard, more sturdy replacement, constructed from 3/16" laser-cut plywood and assembled — by you — with 1/2" screws and nuts. Once you've got it put together, it should hold longnecks, stubby bottles, and everything in between without ever blowing out.

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    Metrokane Bullet Cocktail Shaker

    A quality cocktail shaker should be one of the first additions to any home bar. While stirring can also mix drinks, there's nothing like the super-cold and bright taste of a properly shaken fruit-based cocktail. We spotted The Metrokane Bullet Cocktail Shaker ($18) recently and immediately loved the iconic art deco inspired design. It was tested out in style over the weekend at an unplanned party, and from what we remember it worked like a champ.

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    The Porthole

    Anyone who's boozed in a high-class bar of late likely knows the wonderfulness of infused spirits — but the massive jugs most places use to create them aren't exactly home-sized or decor-friendly. Enter The Porthole ($95). Originally created by Crucial Design for use in Chicago's amazing Aviary, this equally genius and gorgeous vessel allows you to create 390ml of infused liquid — cocktails, oils, teas, or anything else you can thing of — while using the ingredients to create a kind of edible art that's perfect for display in your kitchen, on your dining room table, or, yes, on your home bar. [Scouted by Jeremy]