Many of us have beer cap collections but often we aren’t quite sure what to do with them all. The original Beer Cap Maps are an awesome way to show off your beer cap collection. They offer maps you can fill with your favorite caps and can be personalized to your home state or country. Now these great displays have gotten even cooler with the release of the new Beer Cap Maps Metal Groove Map.
As much as we’d love to drink beer all the time, we’ve all been places where publicly drinking a beer just isn’t allowed. At your kid’s school play, early morning meetings, funerals, and other venues may not be the best time to drink a delicious brew. But what if people didn’t know you were imbibing on a brew? What if they thought you were drinking coffee instead? Lolo Lids is the beer cup that lets you drink in places you normally shouldn’t.
Summer is coming, and with it will come that wonderful warm weather. The weather is great, but it tends to have a negative effect on your favorite beverage. Beers get warm quick in the summer sun. While we can’t always drink them down fast enough to keep from getting to less than optimal temperature, with the Chill Puck we can be sure our beers are always cool and ready to drink.
We love beer bottle openers and can never get enough of them. While we own plenty, we still find times when they aren’t within easy reach. That moment of panic when you realize that you may have to get up and head to the kitchen in order to open your cool beverage is never fun. With the Bottle Opener Coaster set from the makers of Beer Cap Maps, there’s always a bottle opener at hand.
Beer bottle openers are amazing devices. They allow us to get our thirsty lips on the prized beverage inside our bottles. While that single function alone is worthy of praise, it’s great when your beer gadgets can do more. Multi-tools pack plenty of punch into a single package but often bring added bulk too. For those that want a bottle opener and multi-tool that’s small enough to go anywhere, The Fat Fly is just the tool you’re looking for.
Who wants a 12oz bottle when you can have a 22oz bomber? When it comes to milliliters of our favorite liquid, who wouldn’t want more? But one of the problems with bombers is that they allow the precious brew to warm up while you imbibe (often too much). You could drink quicker, but that can be a bit difficult with a big barleywine or imperial stout. To keep your bombers cold while you drink, you need the Bomber Jacket.