If you’re the type who enjoys a little drinky-drink from time to time, i.e., always, and you like to keep your pants up in style — The Flask Belt Buckle is here to help. The stainless steel pants/drink holder will store up to 3 oz. of your favorite hooch, and should go perfectly with your casual belt, or the one that you wear to church.
Before the days of pop tops, and even pull tabs, there was actually some effort involved in opening a beer can. The tops of most cans were nothing more than a flat top of metal, requiring a sharp object to get to the goods. Most commonly used, was something called a “church key,” and a new brand of American Pilsner, aptly titled Churchkey Can Co., wants to make you work for your beer once again.
So, get your beer-opening tool-of-choice ready, and we can start looking forward to Churchkey replacing PBR as the hipster’s ironic beer of choice.
Artist/candy enthusiast Hifijohn takes the seemingly impenetrable Jawbreaker, and while showing extreme patience and a steady hand, turns it into a shot glass. Lathing through the many candy layers, the alternating colors actually create a nice-looking drink vessel. Willy Wonka would be proud.
Comic book geeks can now have a real party, with these Avengers-themed cocktails. Assembled by The More I Arty, you can show some team spirit with the red, white and blue Captain America, or “Get Smashed” with a Hulk. Any of which will be a hit at your parent’s basement apartment party.