This no-frills 6 Gallon Beverage Dispenser ($35) is perfect for your huge backyard bash this weekend. Though it's designed for mixing and serving concentrated drinks, the bucket is far better for alcoholic endeavors. The commercial-grade dispenser is made of impact resistant polyethylene and features 6 gallons of storage, a built-in spigot, and standard/metric graduations printed on the side.
Drink your ale the way it was meant to be in one of these authentic British Imperial Pint Glasses ($7). These British style pub glasses, etched with the official European Union pint seal, finally allow you to replace your oh-so-classy Budweiser frog mugs. But these aren't just for looks — the heavy ridge on the Imperial glass provides durability and easy stacking.
AirPods are great, As a result, they're also becoming increasingly ubiquitous. The Nomad AirPod Rugged Case protects their charging case while also giving it a unique look. Its two-piece construction incorporates a black polycarbonate shell and brown, USA-sourced Horween leather, giving the little white capsule a whole different personality. As a bonus, it will wear and develop its own patina over time, making it a great combination for a leather iPhone case. The cases now support AirPods wireless charging.
Originally created as book covers, these archival-quality art prints add a fresh, colorful layer to the iconic Ian Fleming's James Bond legacy. Each limited-edition print features a different Bond girl from the respective title, and are printed on thick, 100% cotton rag paper that's signed and numbered by the artist Michael Gillette. The hand-torn border adds a distinct look to each, and they can be float mounted or matted. Each is officially licensed by Ian Fleming Publications Ltd. We've chosen to offer our favorite Bond titles, including Casino Royale (the first book in the series), Dr. No (the first Bond film), Goldfinger, Quantum of Solace, For Your Eyes Only, and Moonraker. Available in both large and small formats. Other than Gillette himself, Uncrate is the only authorized retailer of these James Bond prints.
If you're looking to have the most extravagant portable party box ever, here it is. The Waterford Crystal Bar Trunk ($16,000) is a rosewood bar trunk with brass accents and leather trim, filled with a wide array of Irish crystal barware, along with a crystal clock, serving dish, a four-piece sterling silver-plated bar tool set and eight Versace serving plates. Party like an 18th-century rock star.
That Corona in your fridge has a new best friend. The Lime Bomber ($13) is a simple plastic bar accessory designed to shove a lime (or lemon) into your beer in a sanitary, mess-free way. Quick and easy to use, you just sit the loader on top of your bottle, insert your citrus of choice, and shove down on the plunger. From nasty to tasty in no time at all.
Based in Brooklyn, New York, graphic designer Scott Reinhard combines vintage maps with elevation data to create stunning pieces of art. Reinhard uses a chromogenic process to create each print, which takes traditional color photography development and integrates 3-dimensional data with paper maps for a result that is so visually appealing, you'll be tempted to reach out and feel what looks like 3D texture. The process brings the maps to life, creating a 2D print that is vibrant and detailed giving you a unique work of art that blends history and modern technology. In addition to the topographic maps, Reinhard creates compelling digitally rendered maps and has even adopted his technique to the surface of the moon.
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You know all those cocktail shakers we've told you about? Yeah, you shouldn't have bought any of those. Our bad. The Rösle Boston Shaker ($47) is our new favorite. Instead of the sometimes-leaky shakers that you can't see inside or measure easily, this one comes with a glass tumbler that's marked with measurements, letting you free-pour your ingredients like a pro bartender.
Gorgeous. Striking. These are just a couple of ways to describe the Ambassador Liqueur Decanter ($435), one of the most unique decanters we've seen. The Ambassador was designed in 1925, and is made in Austria from an extremely thin-walled crystal called "muslin" crystal. This rare crystal is produced by only a handful of glass houses, and is used to create the thinnest possible surface between the liquid and the drinker's mouth. The decanter's slender, vertical form only adds to its great looks, making it a stunning piece for your den, office, or bar.