Kebo One Handed Bottle Opener Fab.com At your next party, get a leg up on the competition with Kebo, a one-handed bottle opener inspired by the Theodore Low bottle opener from the ’30s. Cast from stainless steel and polished to a mirror finish, this device lets you pop open any bottle with a quick flick of your finger, leaving your other hand available to make pronounced gestures that will draw the attention of potential mates. We give this sexy little machine a big thumbs up—and still have a hand to spare.
A new Stone Collab! Mint Chocolate Imperial Stout. Can you imagine anything more delicious sounding?! It’s been a long time since I had a flavored beer that sounded good and was also well-executed. This beer delivers. I would sacrifice some of the 9.6%abv for more creaminess and a stronger mint flavor; but I suspect that would taste less like a solid imperial stout and more like the peppermint hot cocoa with Baileys I made yesterday.
Tried Dogfish Head’s infamous fall brew Punkin Ale today. Spiced pumpkin beers don’t really appeal to me at all. And now I have valid reasons.
The first several sips just taste like a boring brown ale. Once you get to the bottom, where all the brown sugar, allspice, cinnamon, and nutmeg has apparently settled, it becomes completely undrinkable. And we even poured it into a glass! I can’t fathom why anyone looks forward to this beer.