We always like to make sure we're taking a look at the newest stuff to hit the market so you don't miss anything, and every now and then, we like to make sure we're showing you the stuff that hasn't even gotten the chance to get that far! Here's a look at some of the Up n Coming from Kickstarter that we think are worth keeping an eye out for!
Jerky is a favorite snack here at Brobility, so we're always pretty excited to get a chance to introduce you to some new flavors. Today we're taking a look at Krave Jerky, an all natural snack alternative, that in proportion is an ideal snack for anyone with health in mind.
As a continuation of its entry into the rye whiskey category, the Jack Daniel Distillery is offering a limited release of Jack Daniel’s Rested Tennessee Rye, a follow-up to its 2012 Unaged Tennessee Rye offering. This marks the distillery’s first barrel-matured expression in the rye category. A one-time offering, Jack Daniel’s Rested Rye is scheduled to be available in select U.S. markets beginning in April.
It's one of my favorite snacks, Beef Jerky. So we wanted to start taking a look at some of the varieties of Jerky out there for all of you. We wanted to take a look at one variety that really stood out more than most lines of jerky... Perky Jerky, all natural, moist, and energy boosting, we're going to let you know what we think!
There's a lot that goes into choosing the components when you're building your own multi-copter, as we saw in our last article outlining the components. Now that we're ready to start building, we run into a whole new set of challenges. We have to make sure everything works together!
Summer is coming soon enough and whether you're going to be heading out to the beach or in the car for a nice long road trip, one thing you'll want to have on hand is a nice cooler. Today we'll be taking a look at the 24 pack soft cooler from Polar Bear. In the past I've had some soft coolers that just didn't measure up; let's see how this one does.
The Detroit Autorama opened its doors to the public in the first weekend of March, in what is expected to be the largest Autorama show of the year. Making 15 stops cross the country, car owners gathered to show off their classic and custom rides, to crowds that numbered upwards of an anticipated 150,000 viewers in Detroit alone.
With lots of local talent gathering in the Motor City, we were able to bring you a lot of great coverage. Click the images below to take a tour of the show, seeing everything from the show cars, racers, rat rods, and even a few stops with the vendors!
It's a great idea: drinks delivered right to your door. Here at Brobility, we're fans of whiskey. We're all familiar with the bigger names, but who wants to spend $50 for a bottle just to try it out? That's where Flaviar comes in, offering sampling packs of whiskey, gin, bourbon, and cognac - they have something for everyone.
Being an outdoors man really covers a lot of areas: survival skills, hunting, and even first aid. However, one area that probably gets largely overlooked, is learning to cook what you catch. From light butchering, to recipes for the trail, The Wild Chef is aimed at the avid hunter. Recipes are simple, and even talk about cooking over a fire.
It happens to all of us at some point, we need to learn to cook. Whether it's something quick or something you spend all day preparing, it'll happen. That's why today I wanted to take a look at the only baking mat that makes sense, the Non-Stick Baking Mat from Simple Home Creations.
On a mission to build a quad-copter, I'm documenting EVERYTHING, and sharing the experience with you. There's a lot to take in, but it certainly isn't anything too big for any of us. Take a look at the first part of our series as we give an overview of the components.
Grilling is my favorite way to cook, and sure, a set of dollar store tongs and a fork from the kitchen will work, but is that really how you want to grill? If you want to do it right, anyone will tell you to get the right tools for the job. Today we'll be taking a look at the 20 Piece Grilling Set from Mr Bar-B-Q, showing you how to be prepared for your next outdoor party.
Typically bourbon is aged in a newly charred oak barrel, but New Holland Breweriy took a new approach, and aged it in used beer barrels to make their simple named, "Beer Barrel Bourbon". In a flip from their Dragons Milk Beer, which is beer aged in bourbon barrels, they've walked into a new unique way of producing their alcohol, reusing the barrels between each blend. We don't know if they just keep recycling their barrels, but we're definitely fans of what they're kicking out.
So what if it's the middle of January? There's always time to hit the grill! There are a lot of cook books out there, and a good chunk of them are probably for the grill, but Grill Master stands out. Instead of focusing on specialty grills, equipment, and ingredients, Grill Master focuses on typical grills and doesn't go too far out from the every day grocery store.
DIY projects are comfortably among our favorite things to do. A while back we took a look at the Kinkajou Bottle Cutter, and one thing we really loved was how simple it was to use. We've seen people make their own drinking glasses, pendant lights, whatever, if you google around, you'll find a lot of ideas, but one that we didn't think of was how to make some fun wine glasses. That's where the Jabiru comes in, with this stems, made to fit in the mouth of your bottles.
Designed to keep your drinks cooler for longer, and not water them down, the ice ball is the ideal fit for your drinks. From coffee drinks to hard liquor, the ice ball is thicker, and with less surface area than traditional ice cubes. It gives off its cold, without melting and watering down your drinks as fast, lasting up to a couple of hours, this is a perfect solution for someone who wants their drinks to last.
New Years Eve is just a day away, and odds are you won't have to look hard to find some empty bottles, so why not set 2014 into a more productive note? Today we're going to be taking a look at something pretty cool that'll help you keep things far more interesting looking, the Kinkajou Bottle Cutter. This is a DIY tool to take your pile of empties and turn them into glasses, hanging light shades, or anything else you can think of.
I'll be fair by starting off and saying that I don't know motorcycles like I'd like to. Now that I've gotten that one out of the way, The Total Motorcycle Manual really showed me some interesting stuff. Gear, Riding, Repair and Maintenance, this book covers a lot of great information.
Ok, like practically every guy that exists, I'm just fascinated with guns. There's nothing creepy about it, guns have seen more scientific focus than most anything we have. Maybe that's a poor reflection on the human race, but it is something you can still come to appreciate. Today we'll be taking a look Gun: 100 Greatest Firearms as it walks you through the history and the innovation.