March 12, 2009
Tap Boards ($22) are a unique item for the beer lover or establishment owner. Instead of constantly having to swap taps whenever you break out a new keg, just note the change on the chalkboard insert. Save time and money with this innovation that adds a more personalized touch to any bar.
July 7, 2008
Summer is prime time for parties, now throwing a kegger just got a little easier. The Kegstand allows you to easily move your keg around without throwing out your back. If you don’t have a kegerator it also keeps the keg cold (when you add ice). Since im such a germaphobe my favorite part is the notch that holds the tap. See more pictures.
May 18, 2008
The Liberrty Collection from Dynamic Cooking Systems comes in 3 models. The All Grill has a 494 sq. in. grilling surface and 2 x 25,000 BTU Burners. The Dual Side Burner/Griddle features dual 17,000 BTU Side-burners, and a 12,000 BTU Griddle Plate at 15 ¾” x 11”. Last but not least, the Dual Side Burner/Sink model also features dual 17,000 BTU Side-burners, and includes a sink that can either be hard plumbed or use portables. All of the models are available for built-in application or with optional stainless steel cart. Pair them all with a Refrigerator or a Beer Dispenser and you could have the ultimate outdoor kitchen. Another Photo.
February 15, 2008
For those looking for the ultimate addition to a game room look no further, The Gamerator is almost here. The Gamerator is easily the ultimate gaming machine as it combines gaming with the fun of drinking. The Gamerator is Windows XP based and uses a 26-inch HDTV that lets you play more than 150 licensed classic arcade games. However the best part is the fact that it features an integrated refrigerator that can hold a “pony” keg and keep it chilled down to 38 degrees. The beer is dispensed through a tap in the front next to the gaming controls. Unfortunately the Gamerator is not currently available yet but it will retail for $3,995
February 6, 2008
Mini Kegs are all the rage now but they are always a pain to tap and pour consistently. Heineken and Krups have joined forces to solve this problem with the new Heieken BeerTender. Similar to the Avanti MiniPub we covered in the past, the BeerTender is made specifically for the 5L Heineken DraughtKeg and features integrated refrigeration to keep your beer at the perfect temperature. Also included is a built-in display and an advanced pressure system allowing for the perfect pour. Currently pricing is unknown but the BeerTender will be available nationwide March 1, 2008
January 31, 2008
Scandinavia’s largest brewery has announced it will be selling the worlds most expensive beer. The Carlsberg Brewery in Denmark introduced Vintage No. 1 which will sell for 2,008 Danish kroner (almost $400) per bottle. The price is based on the year introduced (next years batch will cost 2009 Danish kroner), Carlsberg Brewery claims the beer is cheap considering how long it took them to develop the brew. The beer contains hints of prune, caramel, vanilla and oak tree from the French and Swedish wooden casks in which it is stored. They only produced 600 bottles of the 10.5 percent proof beer each only 0.8 pint. Currently the beer is only available at select Danish restaurants, and a limited quantity will be available for purchase on their website. [Bloomberg/via]
January 14, 2008
While this 40oz beer cozy may not be new its still a pretty great idea. The Cozy is sold by Urban Outfitters and is perfect for carrying around you 40oz beverage of choice. At a modest price of $12 and it would make a great gift for those who enjoy a Brass Monkey (half 40oz Mickey’s, half Screwdriver) every once in awhile
August 27, 2007
The image above looks like a DIY drug lab but its not (unless you consider alcohol a drug). The Home Brewing System does everything from boiling concentrated wort to pouring a nice cold glass of beer. Future plans are to include a third cart to convert raw grain to wort. The brewing process takes about 3 months and costs $4,315 for the Home Brewing System. Depending on how much you drink this thing could pay for itself. [via] More Pictures and a Video.
July 20, 2007
Anyone who has ever bought a mini keg knows just how shitty those plastics taps that are included really are, well all that is about to change thanks to the new Avanti Mini Pub. This new cooler holds a typical mini keg (5-liter keg) and makes use of an integrated tap that allows you to draw your beer tavern-style. In addition the cooler features a external LCD that shows the exact temperature of the cooler and allows adjustments with the of a touch of a button. (temps range from 37F to 53F) Also included is a pressure gauge on the exterior of the cooler that regulates the CO2 content and allows you to alter the carbonation allowing the consumer to enhance the flavor and aroma of any beer. The best part is the fact that the cooler can use typical 16-gram CO2 cartridges so consumers won’t have to worry about constantly refilling a CO2 tank, however it can a use 340-gram CO2 tank (unfortunately not included). The unit comes in 7″ H x 15″ W x 15″ D. (16 lbs.) and is reasonably priced at $299.99