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4 must-have gadgets for your home bar

4 must-have gadgets for your home bar

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If you love hosting dinner parties or enjoying drinks with friends during football season, these awesome bar gadgets will help you instantly up your cocktail game. They also make perfect housewarming gifts for that impossible to buy for friend.

1) Make black and tans like a pro.

For any beer lover, this simple bar gadget is a must. The layering tool can be placed on top of a glass to pour the perfect black and tan every time. That means no more struggling with spoons to create this layered beer cocktail that’s sure to be a hit on game days.

The Perfect Black and Tan Layering Tool available from Amazon

2) Serve wine at the perfect temperature.

Keeping wine at the perfect temperature during big gatherings can be a challenge, but these wine cooling cups have a built-in layer that you can freeze for whites or chill in the fridge for reds. Just keep the cups cool before guests arrive, and you’ll be ready to serve wine any time.

Host Wine Freeze Cooling Cups available from Amazon

3) Crush ice for your favorite cocktails.

This wooden mallet and ice bag allow you to manually crush ice like the professionals. It’s perfect for those end of summer cocktails. The bag absorbs excess water and the heavy hardwood mallet makes an attractive addition to any home bar.

True Fabrication Professional Ice Bag and Mallet available from Amazon

4) Pour a perfect drink every time.

If you’re serious about your cocktails, this smart scale and recipe app is a must-have gadget. Synch the Perfect Drink Pro scale to your smartphone, then simply pour each ingredient in the recipe. The scale will tell you when to stop, so there’s no need to measure.

Perfect Drink Pro Smart Scale and Recipe App available from Amazon


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