Yup, some people love to drink. And people who really truly love getting ripped can always appreciate a gadget that make knocking one back a little easier. Here's some loot your thirstiest pal would love to find stashed away in a stocking.
OXO Good Grips No Spill Ice Cube Tray
A good drunk always has plenty of ice cubes on hand just in case you're in need of an emergency cocktail. Back in the spring, Sam discovered this wonderfully designed gem and named it the best ice cube tray of all time. And it only costs 10 bucks, so you can give the platonic ideal of ice with out shelling out big bucks.
Whiskey Stone Shot Glasses
Whiskey stones are a common solution people use when they want their precious single malt diluted by melting ice. Here's the shot glass version. The work much like a chilled beer mugs: Stick them in the fridge and well it's time to do some quality sipping, break them out. Gotta love the cold without the watery.
True Utility TU48 Twistick Functional Stainless Steel Key Ring Corkscrew
Everybody's got a bottle opener on their keychain, but what the world really needs is an emergency corkscrew. Here it is! This nifty wine key disassembles into a screw and shaft the fit together perfectly. Slap it on your keys, and you'll never push a cork in again.
Hydro Flask Insulated Stainless Steel Wide Mouth Drinking Bottle
There's nothing quite as enjoyable as drinking a growler of beer to the dome. But you know what's a bummer? When by the end of drinking that growler it's all warm. The double-walled insulation on this stainless steel growler will keep your favorite microbrew cold for up to 24 hours. Drunk uncle will probably drink it faster than that, no?
Thermos Stainless Steel Can Insulator
Some people understand that a beer koozie is more than just a kitschy accessory. This is a serious tool for keeping beer cold even on the most scorching summer days. This stainless steel Thermos insulator is a step up from the standard issue foam koozie you bought on your Miami spring break.
Budnitz Titanium Beer Wrench
While it's not necessarily a good idea to ride your bicycle under the influence of alcohol, this beautiful tool might just make you want to give it a try. One one side, it's a 15mm hex wrench, on the other, it's a bottle opener. You know, for emergencies.
This is pretty self-explanatory isn't it? You have a flask full of hooch, and you want to take a shot. Shot glass problem solved, alcohol problem acquired.