This double-punch of bottle-cap organization keeps guests happy, your yard clean, and all barefoot BBQ-goers without contusions. Plus, since both the Supera Wall-Mounted Bottle Opener and the Tablecraft Cap Catcher are stainless steel, you don’t have to worry about rust. In fact, you won’t have to worry about anything—these two tools take care of all the bottle cap clean-up for you.
All too often liquid refreshment at a backyard BBQ is an afterthought—much like the last hot dog that sits on the top rack of the grill, slowly drying out as it waits to be enjoyed with mustard. But this post aims to put an end to that. Though this is just a crash course of BBQ drink pairings, it’ll get you well on your way to a better BBQ.
We know that you make the best cocktails, and your friends are constantly looking to you when they need a re-fill. Mixology isn’t too hard to master, but did you know that using a simple cocktail muddler like this one from Supera can vastly improve the quality of your adult beverages?
Playing bartender all night at your own party isn’t exactly our idea of a good time, but whipping up a crafty cocktail is guaranteed to get a stir and impress guests. Besides, super-sizing your concoctions is the rebuttal frat boys everywhere have been teaching us for years. We’re stealing their idea but ditching the plastic buckets and jungle juice for more mature mixers.
Gin and vermouth. Nothing more and nothing less. Or is it vodka, vermouth and a lemon peel? Or gin and vodka plus vermouth and three olives? One simple drink has so many options, and to go with that, so many opinions on how to make it.