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Pabst Blue Ribbon’s Art Can Contest

Whether you’re talking about Pabst Blue Ribbon’s new beers for 2019, their PBR Whiskey, or their White Claw-crushing PBR Stronger Seltzer, everyone’s favorite blue ribbon beverage label has been having a big year. Despite those…

Frontier Jackson’s Premium CBD Products Are 25% off for a Limited Time

Just because we’ve traditionally treated our bodies with over-the-counter medications and prescriptions doesn’t mean there aren’t better options available. For those hoping to set out on a new path and live a more balanced lifestyle,…

INKD Has Unique and Customized Versions of Your Favorite Spirits Bottles

Even though liquor brands are generally supposed to be hidden when they’re shown on film or television, we all know when it’s a bottle of Bulleit or Jack, a Johnnie Blue, Ciroc or Don Julio…

Budweiser x Jim Beam Reserve Black Lager

Booze juggernauts Budweiser and Jim Beam have gotten together again, this time to create a limited-edition Black Lager in the most handsome of short bottles. The Reserve Black Lager combines the best of both worlds,…

These 1936 Beer Cans Sold For Almost $3,000

Though you might mistake these two cans of 1936 Felinfoel pale pale ale for 5W30 motor oil, they might just be the most expensive beers ever sold. And they weren’t exactly carefully stored but rather…

Gina Is a Smart Coffee Maker That Brews with All Your Favorite Methods

Whether it’s cars, watches, travel adventures, clothing, wallets or interesting pieces of art, there are a lot of things we argue about in the Cool Material office. But inevitably, the most heated arguments always end…

How to Make Ernest Hemingway’s Favorite Hamburger

Whether you’re talking real or fictional, there are few characters throughout history as iconic as Ernest “Papa” Hemingway. During his time off and on in Cuba from 1939 to 1960, Hemingway would write two of…

Beam Suntory Haku Vodka

Beam Suntory owns a ton of whiskey, and their stuff is award-winning. They’ve now expanded their vodka line with Haku, so named for the white rice on which it’s based, a short-grain Japonica rice. The…

Macallan Just Unveiled a 72-Year Old Whisky That Costs $60,000

Macallan just opened a brand new, state-of-the-art $200 million distillery. How did Macallan choose to celebrate? By releasing the oldest single malt they’ve ever bottled–a 72 year old expression that comes in The Genesis Decanter…

Legent Bourbon Blends Kentucky with Japan

We could go on for what seems like an eternity about our love of whiskey, bourbon in particular. While we’re consistently impressed with the interesting releases coming out of Kentucky, at the end of the…

Kalamazoo Gourmet Shokunin Kamado Grill

The Shokunin is a serious grill for the serious outdoor cook. First of all, it’s a U.S. made, hand-welded and hand-assembled Kamado grill that generates insane temperatures thanks to its shape, insulation, and air circulation.…

Buffalo Trace Double Eagle Very Rare Bourbon

We’re equal opportunity imbibers when it comes to bourbon. But if you forced us to pick a desert island distillery it would almost certainly be Buffalo Trace because of the variety of delicious juices that…

The Macallan Just Announced a 52-Year-Old Scotch That Costs as Much as a German Sportscar

As you’re well aware by now, we’re big fans of whiskies from all over the world. We’ve written individual bucket lists for bourbons, scotches and even Japanese whiskies. The Macallan just announced the release of…

This Gunmetal Moscow Mule Mug Is on Sale for Less Than $2

The Moscow Mule is the perfect example of a great spring cocktail. But just because it’s associated with the warmer weather doesn’t mean you can’t have one whenever the hell you feel like it. There’s…