New Products: 1800 Tequila Essential Artist Series

1800 Tequila Essential Artist Series

Proximo Spirits, Inc. and 1800 Tequila released the second collection of limited-edition Essential Artists bottles, with 12 new bottle designs from up-and-coming artists. Eleven designs are user-generated, with a special edition bottle by Studio Number One, a group of rising star designers. After the success of this year’s artist submissions, 1800 Tequila intends to have another series this year. Only a limited number of bottles were produced.

1800 Tequila Chad Shore Design

For more information, visit www.1800tequila.com.


Samuel Adams Noble Pils

Voters in the fifth annual Samuel Adams Beer Lover’s Choice contest, held last year, have chosen Samuel Adams Noble Pils as their favorite, and the beer is now being introduced by The Boston Beer Company. All five Noble hops are used in the brew; four are from Germany and the fifth from the Czech Republic. The hoppy pilsner brew is the spring seasonal beer now offered by Samuel Adams.

Samuel Adams Noble Pils

For more information, visit www.bostonbeer.com.


Bar Drink Trophies

Displayfakefoods.com, a division of Humphrey’s Farm, introduces an extensive collection of Bar Drink Trophies, including beer in mugs, pilsner and pint glasses; cocktails like Martinis and Margaritas; wine; shot glasses; and more. Any of the artificial bar drinks can be placed atop a trophy base with a custom-engraved plaque. No minimum order is required, and drop shipping is available. Custom drinks can be produced, as the trophies are manufactured in the U.S.

Bar Drink Trophy

For more information, visit www.displayfakefoods.com.

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