Booze

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Some DMs are pretty flexible when it comes to odd scenarios. Other’s MUST ACHIEVE ACCURACY AT ALL COSTS. This is a story about the latter. [click to continue…]

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Before raiding a dungeon, it’s always good to prepare. Of course, that means packing plenty of mana and health potions. Strangely enough, both of these potions taste a looooot like bourbon.

Mana And Potion Flasks: ($20.00)

(via GeekyMerch)

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British cocktail bar owner Steve Tyler (no, not that one) has decided to take a stand against smartphone addicts while they’re in his venue, and has taken extreme measures to stop them—he went bloody built a bloody Faraday Cage into the walls of his bloody bar. [click to continue…]

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A Chicago-based company is hoping to bring an end to traditional coasters with a new device that actually allows glasses to levitate above a surface.

The aptly-named “Levitating Cup” utilizes a base with an electromagnet. In the image above, the base has been installed under the table so that you can float your drink directly on the surface. Check out the demo video below for more info. [click to continue…]

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Rhode Island-based brewery Narragansett recently announced the release of a new beer in their H.P. Lovecraft-inspired series: the White Ship White IPA.

Each beer included in the series is inspired by a different Lovecraft story and, as the name implies, the newest ale is an homage to Lovecraft’s The White Ship.

Here’s what Narragansett Beer has to say about the brew: [click to continue…]

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Chicken and Sons restaurant in Sydney, Australia has devised a new concept item that combines a cup holder, booze and beef into a single burger.

The $22 ($16 US) “Bourbon Burgel” consists of an Angus beef patty, American cheese, pickles, “special sauce,” bourbon-glazed bacon, and jalapeno-bourbon barbecue sauce on a sesame bagel bun. In the middle of the burger is a cutout housing a shot of Bulleit bourbon with even more bacon.

Sounds great, but the best part is going to be nursing that beefy hangover.

(C&S via Eater)

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We’ve already seen Planetary Glassware for the planets in our solar system and the fictional planets in Star Wars. It was easy to guess what would be next on the list.

This Star Trek Planetary Glassware Set lets you gaze upon otherworldly beauty while drinking your orange juice. Or tea, Earl Grey, hot. We’ve chosen to highlight several M-class planets: Earth, the capital planet of the United Federation of Planets, home of Starfleet Headquarters, and the location of the main branch of Starfleet Academy; Vulcan, the Vulcan homeworld and a founding member of the United Federation of Planets; Romulus, the homeworld of the Romulans and the capital world of the Romulan Star Empire; and Qo’noS, homeworld of the Klingons and the capital of the Klingon Empire. We also threw in a shot glass for good measure which resembles a Borg Cube, the primary vessel of the Borg Collective. First thing we’re doing when we get ours is filling up Romulus with some good Romulan Ale. Or possibly whatever we can find that’s drinkable and blue around the house. Not Windex.

Yes, don’t drink Windex. Try this.

Star Trek Planetary Glassware Set ($39.99)

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If you like to get buzzed, here’s some glassware that’ll get you buzzed like no other – tumblers blown from from specially-made Uranium-infused glass that glows in the dark. Blimey!

Don’t worry, though – the radiation from these glasses is negligible. In fact radioactive glassware has been popular in Europe since the 19th century, and we’ve even had some radioactive dinnerware of our own here in the US (though that was, uh, considerably less safe).

These glass tumblers the creation of Czech designer Martin Jakobsen, who had to get special permission from Czechoslovakia’s State Office for Nuclear Safety to produce them.

Check out more photos of these awesome glasses below. [click to continue…]

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Put him in the cabinet with your Deadpool Goblet and see what happens.

Batman Head Ceramic Goblet ($16.99)

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If you saw this wine bag we featured a while back and thought “Only 28 ounces? That’s not enough!”, then you have a new hero in Tracey Lubbers because she’s created a tote that carries a whopping FIVE LITERS of wine. Plus it looks stylish to boot.

Basically, you can carry around a bag of boxed wine without the box! Just take the bag of wine out of the box and put it in this bag. Better yet, you can fill the bag that’s included with something that isn’t swill. Better better yet, fill it with the cocktail of your choice. There’s even a cold pack to keep things chilly.

Oh and it does have pockets to hold whatever else you may want to bring along—so it can function as an actual purse.

Someone needs to make a straw attachment so I can get this and drink a little jug of Gallo at my local movie theater like a refined person. [click to continue…]