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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]

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    IntoxBox

    Whether you own your own bar or are simply the frequent host of over-the-top beer bashes, the IntoxBox ($TBA) will ensure that no one leaves without at least knowing that they're well over the limit. This commercial breathalyzer lets your patrons — or guests — pay a small fee with cash or a credit card, then use a disposable, sanitary straw to blow into the screen to receive an accurate BAC result that's thankfully not printed or recorded. More than just a handy gadget, it's a potential life saver. [Scouted by Dan]

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    Stact Modular Wine Wall

    Beyond trying to keep them stocked, nearly all wine racks share the same problem — they require a certain room layout or decor to fit in. The Stact Modular Wine Wall ($95 and up) is designed to overcome this limitation by fitting in basically anywhere. It comes in a variety of colors, and each 12-bottle panel features a high-quality wood veneer exterior, a set of 16 precision-machined aluminum bottle supports, and two wall brackets that make mounting each section as easy as hanging a picture. As with any modular system, you can start off with extra capacity or buy more as your collection grows — but if you're anything like us, that might take a while.