devito flip cup

Danny DeVito proved himself to be an inflatable flip cup champion on a recent episode of The Tonight Show. Looks like all of the time he’s spent in Paddy’s Pub is paying off.

See the video after the break.

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These vibrant ombre-colored tentacle cups are perfect for a summer BBQ setting. If Cthulhu had a sangria-drinking-beach-vibe, these would definitely be the Dark Lord’s pint glass of choice.

Etsy shop Wood Eye Glass etches these terrific cups with every possible color combination you can imagine. The set comes in three different sizes: pint, shot, and tumbler.

Check out more fiery tentacle glass photos after the break. 

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The Walking Dead is following Game Of Thrones’ lead with their own official beer. Terrapin Beer Company, appropriately located in Athens, Georgia, got the job and the result is The Walking Dead Blood Orange IPA featuring a label inspired by the comic series.

“Terrapin Beer Company and The Walking Dead have teamed up to brew the official beer of the undead. Made with blood orange peel, and a horrific amount of hops, this bloodthirsty red IPA will have you prepared for the upcoming Zombie Apocalypse.”

We’re still waiting to hear the official arrival date, but we know it will be available in 22 oz. bottles or on draft and will be 6.7% alcohol by volume.


dnd pint glasses

WeLoveFine has introduced a series of three Dungeons & Dragons-themed pint glasses based on “fan favorite D&D campaigns or references with a tavern twist.”

Whether you’ve just finished an epic quest, or are still in the middle of battling the beholder, every hero deserves a refreshing beverage. You can fill your finely crafted pint glass with Bloodwine, Dragonbrew or Silverleaf Tea but please avoid Gorgon Blood. You can choose between Baldur’s Gate, Neverwinter Summer or Swordcoast Legendary pint glasses. Or buy all three to really impress your Dungeon Master at your next night of gaming!

Product Page ($10)

chainmail can sleeve

Before you start a long and dangerous quest, you’re going to have to armor up. And nothing is more important than protecting your beer.

This Chainmail Can Sleeve can slide onto both a can or bottle of brew, and the armor will keep it safe from accidental falls, overly aggressive cheers and even arrows. Well, maybe not arrows, but you get my point.

Product Page: ($14.99)


Prepare for the awesomeness of these Star Wars steins featuring Darth Vader, Boba Fett, and R2-D2. Use them for beer or stuff like change, pens and dice. They could also just sit around looking pretty. Because they do, indeed, look pretty.

See more pictures after the break.

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Beer pong isn’t the most complicated game on the planet, but it can be a messy one. A group of industrious bros have come up with a way to make it a little more hygienic with a product they’re calling the Slip Cup. It’s basically a cup that you mount inside another cup so it catches the ball before it comes in contact with your beer.

This invention is right up there with the light bulb.

Check out the video demo after the break.

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Earlier this month, we wrote about a very dedicated Fallout player named Seth who had the genius idea to send 2,240 bottle caps to Bethesda as payment to pre-order Fallout 4. In a letter to the game developer he explained that he’s collected the caps in the seven years since Fallout 3 and, while he’s only seen the game available for “pre-war dollars”, he figured this should cover the cost (bottle caps serve as currency in the game).

Well, it worked. Seth got a reply from Bethesda community manager Matt Grandstaff, who said that since he was the first person to do this, they would send a copy of the game this November. He also joked that he’d be running the caps over to deposit them at the People’s Bank of Point Lookout.

So it looks like you’ll have to come up with another brilliant scheme (with marketing potential) to get free games as this one has already been taken.

Check out the tweet after the break.

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One Fallout uber-fan came up with an interesting way to try and get his hands on a copy of Fallout 4 right from Bethesda. He saved up all his bottle caps since playing Fallout 3 for the first time and sent them to the company. That’s 2,240 bottle caps over 7.5 years of drinking.

Despite the fact that we do not live in a post-apocalyptic world and none of these caps is from a bottle of Nuka Cola, this guy surely deserves a game!

See his note to Bethesda and another picture after the break.

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Now this is how you do the whole badass rock star thing.

Singer David Achter de Molen of the band John Coffey did a little crowd-walking at Pinkpop Festival 2015 in Landgraaf, Netherlands. Someone in the crowd threw him a plastic cup full of beer, and he casually caught and chugged it like a boss.

See the ultimate “beer me” after the break.

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