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The Oregon Pint

The Oregon Pint is a glass that was manually made and blown, with the highest peak of mount Hood molded onto its base. With loads of beer producers in the state we´re pretty sure you´ll enjoy the locally brewed beers with this magnificent 16 oz glass. The glass is lead free and dishwasher safe. Since they´re all handmade you may get small variations on each piece but rest assured, the mini mountain peak will stay the same because it´s made from a 3D printer mold using data from United States Geological Survey. Enjoy your drink on a higher level with The Oregon Pint. watch the video below




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IGLOO KEGMATE

Your outdoor party just got an upgrade, Igloo have created a cooler for your keg that has a built-in beer tap! The Igloo Kegmate is a state-of-the-art cooler made of stainless steel and comes complete with its own built-in beer tap so you can pour nice frosty beers while the keg sits comfortably nearby not needing anyone to pump it up or ice it down. If you wanna opt out of buying a keg, this thing boasts a 54-quart capacity – equivalent to a whopping 85 12-ounce ca...
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MUZZLESHOT | TACTICAL SHOT GLASS | Image

MUZZLESHOT | TACTICAL SHOT GLASS

MuzzleShot is an awesome tactical shot glass shaped like the M16A2 Flash Hider (a device attached to the muzzle of a rifle). Machined from billet heat treated T6 6061 aluminum and anodized in a dark grey finish, the MuzzleShot glasses hold 1.5 oz of liquor and are virtually indestructible (perfect for slamming down after you´ve downed your shot of tequila). Muzzleshot glasses are available in single unit quantities or as Pelican cased sets of two or four. ...
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Everdure 4K Grill

The new Everdure 4K Grill gets its name from the inspiration its set upon, the Kamado grill, a clay cooker from Japan that dates back to 4000 years ago. It is based on ancient knowledge and techniques, but using today’s tech which makes it easy to use and enables almost any amateur chef to get great and consistent results. It should also be known that this device has been fine tuned using the expertise of one of the best chefs of our days…no other than the renowned ...
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