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Mount Fuji beer glass will get you really high

This beer glass has been created to look like Mount Fuji, Japan’s highest mountain. While we do see how the snowy mountain top is formed, it is tough to “see” the entire mountain. Well, nothing mountain-hunting beer-goggles won’t fix, a few drinks and we’d probably see Mount Everest in the glass as well. Costs $44.

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Tuned Pale Ale is a musical

Tuned Pale Ale encourages those who drink it to get musical. The bottle actually has graphics printed on the side that let you know what notes you can play as you drink the beer. Pack for the beers also doubles up as a drumming box, making things all the more musical. Sadly, the Tuned Pale Ale was manufactured only in a small batch, and is no longer available.

Via: Gizmodo, LaughingSquid

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Fried Beer!

Texas State Fair seems to be in deep fry mode because a lot of culinary delights it has to offer have the words “deep fried” in them. And then there’s beer, fried. We’ve always loved our beer chilled but Mark Zamble apparently appreciates it fried. Weird as it may initially sound, it’s got beer; also, the fried beer is a finalist at the fair so it can’t taste all that bad. Fried beer mostly seems to be a pocket of pretzel dough filled with beer.

Via: Geekologie

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Hops Holster will keep you armed with a twelve-pack

Hops Holster is for the serious warrior, this beer holster will hold 12 twelve oz cans of the drink, all loaded and ready for action. The beer holster holds cans, each of which is insulated to keep the beer cold. Costs $30.

Via: Geekologie

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Beer Savers

Beer Savers have an honest, and good intention, which is to “save your beer.” The silicon caps are primarily made for beer bottles, so the beer can can be kept fresh after opening the bottle, and for a secondary purpose of making it easier to identify bottles. Well, while the second part doesn’t sound very attractive, the first one sounds pretty good if you’d like just a few drinks of the beer. It is claimed that they work equally well for wine and champagne bottles. Cost $8 for a set of six pieces.

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The End of History Beer has dead animals for bottles

The End of History Beer probably is the strongest and most expensive beer in the world, also, it comes in the weirdest package. For the contents, the beer has 55% alcohol blond Belgian ale, hints of juniper berries, mead, and nettles, and a price tag ranging from $650 to $900. All this however, seems to take backstage when you look at its packaging. Yep, it’s packaged inside dead animals, or taxidermied roadkill to be specific. Also, it happens to be a very limited edition beer.

Via: BrewDog, Uncrate

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Mod turns Mac G3 into beer keg

This Mac G3 may not have much of a processing power, but it still serves a purpose as important, if not more important, than other G3s. This one serves beer. And it probably won’t serve you beer in a flash, because processing power or not, Apple devices hate Flash. So wait patiently while the keg fills the stein up.

Via: Walyou

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Beer Holster will bring peace, not war

Holsters, guns, and wars have a pretty close relation, and a great way to bring peace would be to stuff those holsters with beer rather than guns. That way, there will probably be more brawls, but no wars with soldiers high-fiving each other and drinking beers. These holsters cost $43, and we should probably get working on some way to shut down those missiles, bombs and rifles.

Via: 7Gadgets