Sasquatch Cocktail Shaker: Bigfoot Makes Big Drinks

Who’da thunk it? Bigfoot, the legendary manbeast of the Pacific Northwest, is behind the most overdue invention for the home bar. The Sasquatch Cocktail Shaker ($50) holds 110-ounces of mixable liquid refreshment, letting you serve up cocktails for 10 friends at once. Despite the hefty size (15½-inches tall), the shaker is made entirely of stainless steel with a built-in strainer to keep your Mojito’s mint pieces from getting caught in Bigfoot’s beard—dude hates that.

At you will find artisan crafted, award winning spirits made with organically grown fruits and botanics from the orchards and hedgerows of the Herefordshire hills at Gattertop.

When putting your whiskey on the rocks, it doesn’t feel right to sully the experience with cloudy, rectangular ice cubes, does it? Let your liquid flow with class over a giant ball of crystal clear ice via the Ice Baller ($55). Using a unique design that forces air bubbles and impurities out of the water as it freezes from top to bottom, this freezer friend needs a day to do its thing, but then you’re treated to a really pretty sphere of frozen agua. Now the big question is, will it also make whiskey balls?


Picture this: your uncle invites you and few friends over to his place to watch the game, but after his third slice of, I dunno, let’s say peach cobbler, he drifts off to sleep, leaving you and your buddies free to raid his righteous booze collection. But <gasp> all the utensils are locked away! It’s that scenario right there that begs for the Bar10der ($50), a thirsty man’s ultimate multi-tool, containing a bottle opener, corkscrew, channel knife, jigger, muddler, reamer, standard knife, stirrer, and strainer, all in one attractive package. Prepare to never talk to your uncle again.