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Kirin Home Tap

If Apple designed a beer tap, it would probably look like this. Japanese beverage maker Kirin has introduced a "Home Tap" service that brings this beautifully-designed, compact kegerator into the home. For about $63, the company delivers two 1-liter kegs to your home twice a month. The service has been such a success, that the company had to close registration because they couldn’t keep up with demand. Over 15,000 people have already requested to be notified when registration is open again! Sign us up, we will happily wait.



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SINGITA SWENI LODGE | SOUTH AFRICA | Image

SINGITA SWENI LODGE | SOUTH AFRICA

Singita Sweni Lodge is part of the luxurious Singita Game Reserves in South Africa. It is located at the famous Kruger National Park by the Sweni River. The sweni lodge has six opulent suites and can accommodate 12 guests. Staying at the lodge includes two daily game drives with professional guides, walking safaris, three meals per day and all drinks including premium wines, spirits and liqueurs. ...
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KEBO | THE ONE-HANDED BOTTLE OPENER

Another great, simple, functional invention. Kebo is a one handed bottle opener with a unique design. Kebo opens beer or soda bottles with just one hand, perfect for anyone opening a beer when  holding a cigarette or a hamburger. It´s vintage design was inspired by the Theodore Low bottle opener from the 1930s, but with a more functional and classic styling. Kebo is a great gift idea and comes in its own keepsake tin....
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SHOE DOG

Available from today for purchase is the new memoir of Nike founder and CEO Phil Knight. The highly anticipated book Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike delves into the Swoosh’s past, and describes Knight´s modest beginnings and how he created with a $50 loan from his dad, a $30 billion-dollar global mega-brand. Over the course of the book’s 400 pages, the enigmatic Knight recounts his desire to find a career that would allow him to "play all the time, instead...
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