If you’re in love with beer, good news: businesses all over the world have listened, and they’ve come up with practically every novelty and solution you can imagine. All of these items are essential in their own way and things that no bona fide beer-lover could truly live without. Here is the beer-lover essential kit list.
The Beer Chiller
Nothing is more annoying than opening a cool bottle of beer, only for it to quickly warm up in the sun or next to a cozy fire. But now companies, like Chillsner, have come to the rescue. They are developing what they are calling “drink-through” beer chillers. It’s a device that you freeze beforehand, and then insert into your bottle of beer once opened. All you then have to do is sit back and relax, and the chiller will keep your beer cool for you.
The Beer Transporter
Transporting bottled beer is easy. But draught beer? Not so much. The problem with draught beer is that it’s not usually possible to put it into a pressurized container that will keep it in the same condition as when it was in the barrel. Fortunately, there is now a solution. It goes by the name of the Brauler, and it’s essentially a pressurized Thermos flask for beer.
The beer transporter is something that will appeal to dads who love to go fishing or bird watching at the weekend and would like to enjoy themselves with a quiet beer while they are out. Bottled beer is okay, but sometimes you need something that tastes as if it has been pulled in a pub to get that weekend feeling. The Brauler, as well as other beer storage products, come with zip-up sleeves to insulate them better on hot summer days.
The Custom Beer Coaster
Custom beer coasters are all the rage right now, thanks to the fact that you can get whatever you want printed on the surface. It’s hard to think of anything that says you love beer more than paying your own homage to the stuff with a beer mat. If you’ve got your favorite beer mug, why not also have a favorite beer mat too?
The Grippy Opener
You’re probably a pro at opening bottles of beer already. But just in case you want to make your life a little bit easier, there is the grippy opener or “GrOpener.” The idea behind this device, according to its inventor, is to make opening a bottle of beer as easy as using a pair of scissors to cut through paper. The inventor was originally inspired to build the device during his travels to Africa where he saw men using a stick and screw method to open their beer.
The tool itself uses the motion force when the drinker grabs the neck of the bottle to effortlessly remove the lid. The product is targeted at amputees and stroke victims.
There’s also a similar product that you can attach to the seat tube on your bicycle that allows you to open a cold one after you’ve been for a long ride.