Wine is old as hell and probably came from Israel, based on the discovery of a 3,700 year-old cellar in the city of Tel Kabri. What did the wine of yesteryear taste like? Accounts range from "medicinal" to "hints of cinnamon."
"It's quite common to fill one with liquid nitrogen, let it sit on the lab bench, and when you come back three days later there will still be liquid nitrogen in it. Now imagine what it can do for beer."
You know that friend of yours who was so excited for college until three weeks in when, suddenly, they packed their bags and moved back home? Just what did they encounter that was so shockingly depraved? This thing.
The latest installment of the Arkeg Drink-n-Game is one glorious machine. While it will cost you $4000, the arcade cabinet hides a sixtel, or 1/6 scale keg, that's kept icy cold for your consumption.
It won't stop you from overdrinking, but Rotgutonix will test unmixed drinks (or those mixed with water) for the presence of unadulterated alcohol aka rotgut. The concept has a chemical sensor can detect several alcoholic brands in about 20 seconds.
Little known fact: Jason Chen is planning his wedding reception for August. And while he and his fiancee wanted to go with a white table cloth affair, I insisted they ditch that stuff and bust out the Party Pumps.
The motivation behind the "Glass Tank" is simple: create a vessel with a seemingly endless supply of alcohol. The only problem is that this particular design may not be the best way to achieve this goal.
Our favorite bartending robot is at it again. But I watched his St. Patrick's Day clip with bated breath, fearing that the poor, drunken automaton might fall to the floor mid-river dance.
Sure, most of us have enjoyed a cold one while watching TV. But there's nothing worse than running off to the fridge during
Sex and the City reruns
the game. Now that hassle is over.
When we want to be stronger, smarter and better looking, we just head into our secret wine cellar vault. Encapsulated in brushed aluminum, the environment is temperature and humidity controlled as our 1,500 bottles of "super juice" sit safely on the redwood racks. And given the included PC database to keep our…
Man has long been attempting to combine the destructive vices of gambling and alcohol. Now, with the $60 Slot Machine Drink Dispenser, our fuzzy dreams can become a reality. We can just pull the lever and watch as our favorite cocktail drops into a glass. Storing up to 1.5L of liquid at a time, it's a jackpot that…
Leave it to a 22-year-old college student to develop what could be the best thing to happen to beer in centuries. The device, dubbed Huski, has a cooling capacity that is almost four times greater than regular ice. Plus, Huski won't water down your drink, and it is completely portable.
Jello shots got us through the first six months of college before we (quite unfortunately) learned to love beer, but the Twist 'n Shot will solve a problem as old as time itself for the next batch of college freshmen. While most Jello shots get partially stuck in the cup and require various (drunken) improvisation to…
Following a night of light to extremely heavy imbibing, this morning has been a bit rough for certain members of the Gizmodo weekend crew writing this post. That's why we were just thrilled when the MyFountain, an advanced automated drink mixer, popped up in our RSS.
Enough wine may feel like it's given you superpowers, but trust us, it has not. However, the Ultra Seven 40th Anniversary Wine Set brings us one step closer to realizing our overconfidence. Once just an ordinary merlot, when packaged with Koji "Ultra Seven" Moritsugu signature stemware it becomes ULTRA SEVEN!! (wine).…
Here in Illinois, our ability to order wine from our favorite producers will soon be a thing of the past, outlawed to empower the confusing regional alcohol industry. That's why "home brewing" wine through the Oenophile's Personal Winery is so attractive. You order legal crushed, frozen grapes from the region of your…