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Vintage Light Bulb Voltage Tester Bar

Hide away the necessaries for your little drinking habit in the Vintage Light Bulb Voltage Tester Bar ($2,000). This clever, stylish piece holds everything you need to keep the party going, or just take the edge off a long day. Based off of a 1920s German light bulb voltage tester discovered in a factory, this bar is made from iron, and antiqued to a patina finish. The bar opens to reveal three shelves, three stemware racks, and five wine bottle slots. An iron tripod supports the bar, and a small door at the front opens so you can check on your supply.

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    Chillsner

    If you looked at the title and thought "Chillsner? Sounds kinda like pilsner." then you're on the right track. The Chillsner ($30) is a new beer-chilling gadget that promises to keep your drink cold from the first beer to the last. To use it, you simply throw it in the freezer, and once it's good and cold, crack open your beer and put it down inside. Thanks to openings in the top, you can drink straight through it, or use it to chill your beer as you pour it into your favorite mug. Either way, it sure beats watering down your suds with ice.

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    Sasquatch Cocktail Shaker

    There's an old adage that says you should never drink alone. With the Sasquatch Cocktail Shaker ($50), that shouldn't be a problem. This massive 110 oz. shaker is made from food-grade stainless steel, stands over 15" tall, and features a built-in strainer. Considering that 110 oz. is enough to make oversized drinks for over ten people, you'd better not be caught drinking alone with this thing — or people will think you're the one with the problem.