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Mixing up your booze game

Hands-off at-home beer brewing

Smart drink-tracking

A robot beer butler

Handle This Cup with care

Beer pong precision

Fancy a vial of wine?

Keep your booze chilled

Protect your stash

Let Bar2D2 deliver your drinks

Frosted glasses, fast

An on-hand sommelier

Beer, from concentrate

Sounding off on wine

A whiff of whisky

Instant aeration

A Perfect Drink?

There are a lot of ways to enjoy an alcoholic beverage and this booze-related gallery is proof of that.

Click through to see products that are pretty clever to stuff that's just downright ridiculous. Bottoms up!

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If you've ever wanted to recreate your favorite brews at home with minimal effort, PicoBrew's Zymatic promises to handle most of the heavy lifting for you.

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The Wi-Fi-enabled KegSmarts has an OLED display that keeps you apprised of important details, like how many servings of beer you have left.

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Forget walking. The Keg-a-Droid will deliver your next drink to you.

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This handy drink holder is like a koozie for your pint glass or Solo cup. You can even connect multiple ones together for those times when a single beer just isn't enough.

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Even the most impressive beer pong-ers occasionally miss their mark, but not Empire Robotics' Versaball.

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10-Vins' D-Vine delivers its single-serve wine in microchip-equipped vials that provide specific decanting and temperature details.

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Cool down your tequila, bourbon and other booze without the bother of ice cubes.

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The Johnnie Walker Blue Label smart bottle concept knows the difference between an open and a sealed bottle.

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Jamie Price used R2-D2 as his inspiration for this radio-controlled bartender.

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Vinotemp wants to give your drinking glasses a boost with a dose of CO2.

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Next Glass is an Android and iOS app that learns your wine preferences and makes suggestions so you never end up with something you don't like again.

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Craving a beer? Sparkling Drink Systems and Pat's Backcountry Beverages want you to try their new single-serve concoctions.

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The Sonic Decanter claims to employ "ultrasonic energy" to make cheap wine taste great.

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Harris Tweed Hebrides joined forces with Johnnie Walker to make a whisky-scented fabric...because who wants to live in a world where purposefully liquor-perfumed textiles aren't an option?

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The Vinaera Electronic Wine Aerator relies on six AAA batteries to add air to your wine before it reaches your glass.

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Perfect Drink's step-by-step tutorials and included scale take the guesswork out of your mixed-drink-making.

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