Swiss Party Knife


Bar10der is a bartender’s multi-tool… perfect for picnics.

Stella Artois Cidre


Got an advance four-pack of this yesterday, and have to say that it is delicious. More subtle than any cider we’ve tasted in the US market, Cidre is a European-style cider crafted from hand-picked apples taken from orchards in wine regions  in North and South America. Stella Artois Cidre will be fermented in Baldwinsville, New York, and the 4.5% alcohol means that you can have a couple with mom and she won’t talk any more or any less than she already does.

In stores in 26 states on May 13th.

Make Hard Cider At Home


Get boozy in 5 to 10 days with the Hudson Valley Farmhouse Hard Cider Kit.

Bourbon & Ginger


Because actually making a mint julep gets old quickly. Here’s a nice southern twist on the recipe if you do have patience when you drink.

IDEO Designed Sam Adams’ New Beer Can


Due out this summer, the new can is designed so you won’t get the feeling that you’re drinking with a hole in your lip.

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Sounds Delicious


The Tallulah: Jack Daniels, Peanut Syrup, and Coke

via, kempt

True Wine Connoisseur


Sadat X and Will Tell’s online wine appreciation and review show. Also of note: Planet of the Grapes, their hip-hop wine-drinking album.

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Green Dragon


Nitrous-Powered, Pot-Infused Liquor. SCIENCE.

Today in Beer Marketing Gimmicks


Budweiser is introducing an already crushed Bowtie-Shaped Can.

Nips: Goldschläger


The spring evenings in San Francisco are drunk with gold. It pours down the avenues of the Sunset. It ignites each leaf of the acacias along Frederick Street. Gold collects in a rich haze over Ocean Beach. It makes a summer haystack out of Potrero Hill. It gilds the telephone lines on Downey Street, stretching a web of bright metal. Gold blows out the windows of the Painted Ladies. It lays down bright parallelograms under the eucalyptus on the Panhandle. It lights the massive glowing arteries of the 101. It alchemizes the skyscrapers on Market Street, creating a city of gold slabs. I love living in this city, I love the Pacific light, and I love the motto given by the city fathers in 1859: “Gold in Peace, Iron in War.”

Goldschläger tastes entirely quotidian, but the gold flecks approach the sublime.


—Arlo Crawford / @museumy


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We’ll Drink With That


Supreme’s English Pint Glass

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Sleazy McCheesy has a new print out referencing one of the better bar jokes ever made.

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