Don't you hate trying to move in a crowded club, only to be jostled so half of your beer ends up on the floor? Well it looks like the Australian brewery Hahn is working on a solution.
Somewhere in this picture is a 24-ounce beer mug machined out of 6061 T6 billet aluminum with rails that can support real scopes and laser sights. It also has a removable handle made from an authentic AR-15 rifle. Can you see it?
There're plenty of ways to warm up for a football game. Hanging out in the back of a pickup and drinking beer, for one. Or, hey, roll out a grill! Lance Greathouse? Well, lets just say what he likes to do includes all of that, as well as a powerful sound system, LCD displays and a fire-vomiting smokestack.
If you're really serious about beer, perhaps you've considered making your own brew at home. There are plenty of cheap home brewing kits, but if you really want results that will rival your favorite micro brew, you're going to need some serious kit.
Australia is well known for its space program, which includes Uh Okay, so Australia doesn't really have much of a space program. But it does have is specially-designed suds to get other space programs drunk, which is pretty awesome in itself. Making the beer wasn't easy, though.
Do you want to do some home beer brewing, but want to make sure the beer you brew is actually, you know, good? Well, invest in the Synergy Home Beer Brewing System and you'll be halfway to a microbrewery in no time.
Is it just us, or is handling a basic task with a whole lot of excessiveness a trend these days? The other day it was sharpening a pencil with a power drill and now it's opening beer bottles with a chainsaw!
When you let the mind run wild, it can come up with some pretty absurd concepts, lke that TV remote bottle opener gizmo. But take this bottle opener that catches all those beer bottle caps. This is what I call practical.
NVIDIA doesn't spend all its time making computer guts, you know. They also find weird places to stick said computer guts. Like a beer keg, for example.
Do you like both beer and custom-built PCs? Well, welcome to paradise. This is a custom-built beer keg PC. Yep.