Food and Beverage

Handle This Cup helps keep your brew where it belongs

Some people would say that there’s nothing that rounds out a great sporting event like a cup of beer. But getting that golden delight from concession stand to stadium seat without spilling it can be challenging. Especially when one has been delegated as the group beer-run-boy.

In order to help keep as much brew in everyone’s Solo cup as possible, Handle This Cup was created. The plastic cup carrying system allows for multiple cups to be carried in one hand, and the only apparent limit is how much beer one can lift and how rapidly one’s head happens to be spinning from any previous beers. The product can be customized to have the logo and colors of one’s favorite team, or with one’s business logo for advertising.

Even though this product is really for those game-loving beer drinkers, it’s still useful, albeit slightly silly. Beer-loving backers might also enjoy checking out Kickoff Kaddy, Das Kühling, and Brewie. This campaign seeks to raise $13,421 by February 9, 2015. Early bird backers get one product for $10 with an expected delivery of May 2015.


Allin combo poker chip and drink holder helps keep you high and dry

Poker is one of those games that resonates with those who are competitive, good at reading people, and enjoy the excitement of risk and thrill of victory. But nothing can make a game go bad faster than when someone spills their beer all over the poker table. That’s why Allin was invented. The combo poker chip beverage holder allows players to not only keep their chips organized, but also keeps beer from flying across the table. The product holds up to 100 chips and can hold a standard, individual sized can or bottle of one’s beverage of choice. Consolidated table space means more room for munchies, and more importantly, keeping score – although with all those organized chips, everyone will probably pretty much know who is winning whether the scorekeeper is accurate or not. And when the night is over, or has turned to morning, holders can be stacked up and stored until everyone who lost has gained enough money to gather again later. This campaign seeks to raise $8,500 by December 1, 2014. Backers get one product for $12, with an expected delivery of December 2014.