• State Bottle Openers

    State Bottle Openers

    Celebrate your favorite state with these cool State Bottle Openers. Now you can pop open those beers with some help from your home state and drink with pride. These unique handmade bottle openers are designed and created by husband and wife team, Brandon and Erin Spangler. They are made out of 14 gauge hot-rolled mild steel covered with a thin layer of black oxide, which gives it its dark gray/bluish tint. They are tough and will last a long long …cotinue reading

  • The Sexton Irish Whiskey

    The Sexton Irish Whiskey

    Take one look at that bottle and you are hooked. The stunning design of the bottle matches the taste of the newest Single Malt from Ireland called The Sexton. It was inspired by a long tradition of distilling on the North Coast of Ireland. This treat for the taste buds is also crafted by one of the only female blenders in the country. It is authentically old world as well since only three ingredients are used: Irish barley, water, and …cotinue reading

  • The Beer Pantry Cookbook

    The Beer Pantry Cookbook

    You and I both know that there are plenty of cookbooks that feature recipes that use beer, however, the Beer Pantry Cookbook uses beer as the main ingredient and builds each recipe around this nectar of the Gods. Turn craft beer into great food. This book features over 70 recipes and includes pairing ideas and recommended beers for each dish. You know that they are all delicious too because you can’t go wrong with beer. There are over 200 independent …cotinue reading

  • Crafter’s Aromatic Flower Gin

    Crafter’s Aromatic Flower Gin

    If you want to make a truly amazing gin, you study ancient alchemy and you distill it in a copper pot. That’s the secret to Crafter’s Aromatic Flower Gin. But the secret is out now. This unique spirit also uses 12 botanicals to round out the flavor and create an amazing taste sensation. The gin has a beautiful gold color so when used in a cocktail, the appearance is as attractive as it is tasty. This is a one of …cotinue reading

  • Sam ’76

    Sam ’76

    If there wasn’t already enough reason to drink craft beer, it was recently announced that it has more health benefits than red wine. The lip-smacking Sam ’76, a lager and ale union, uses a variety of hops–such as citra and cascade–as well as malts like two-row and white wheat using a unique brewing process that blends tow active fermentations that affords a delicious kick.

  • Edibles by Jack

    Edibles by Jack

    A neat, novel idea that’s tastily sustainable, Edibles by Jack promise to add some playfulness to your next soiree. A range of edible spoons available in four flavors–chocolate, poppy seed, sea salt, and corn–they’re the perfect way to present snacks, hors d’oeuvres or desserts, while certainly raising some smiles.