stuff we drool about

Beer Foamer

Meet the world´s first Beer Foamer! a device that makes the most wonderful thing even better. Designed by Copenhagen-based studio NORM Architects for MENU, the beautiful device  gives you a draft beer experience at home without the kegs. The Beer Foamer separates the foam-making process from the pouring process, simply pour 5 inches of beer from a bottle or can into the shatterproof glass container, place the copper top and press the button. The end result is a dense foam like you get out of a tap, gently pour the foam on top of your beer for a crisp, bubbly beer with soft dense foam, just like you would get at a pub. Enjoy!



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Velo 3RD Gear

Riding a bicycle is more than a means of transportation; it’s a way of life. Velo is a book that explores today’s contemporary bicycle culture and style, the latest release Velo 3rd Gear, introduces the world’s best bikes along with their makers and related products, plus truly stylish bike-related clothing. It also shares compelling perspectives, stories, and experiences from the growing community of cyclists worldwide. Available for purchase in Europe here...
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BEER BOOKS | FOR THE BEER FANATIC

We rounded up some great Beer books for the beer fanatic in your family(that is probably you). We have picked a variety of books, for the beer connoisseur, for the DIY master, for the party animal, even the cook, all beer related. Stay tuned for more gift ideas. Product details after the jump. Also check out these popular Gift Idea roundups: - Gift ideas for the Drinker - Gift ideas for the Kitchen ...
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AMAZING ALILA VILLAS ULUWATU RESORT

Designed by Singapore-based architecture firm Woha, the breathtaking, award winning, Alila Villas Uluwatu Resort, is located on the southern coastline of Balis Bukit Peninsula, close to an ideal area for surfing. Wooden relaxation pavilions are suspended over the water, giving the impression they are floating. Sustainability is present every in the resort, local materials were used, such as volcanic rocks and bamboo. To save water, pools were built of sea water. ...
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