Hot off the Kickstarter presses comes the B-bag, a highly-necessary mobile accessory for the antsy mixologist who can't step foot outside without feeling the urge to whip up a batch of tasty-ass Bloody Marys. When it comes to transporting your entire bar in comfort, style, and safety, the B-bag is a must.
Created by two real-life bartenders who actually know what the hell they're doing, the B-bag separates itself from the competition by presenting a ruggedly handsome exterior with a vast interior that can fit everything you find at a normal bar + the kitchen sink.
It's like the wardrobe that leads to Narnia from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe—except without all the inter-species violence and class warfare.
You can comfortably fit any piece of high-end barware inside, such as:
...alongside eight bottles of your favorite booze.
And B-bag takes advantage of the available space by teaming up with TrekPak to provide a removable and adjustable insert that assures nothing inside will jostle or break. Because you know what's worse than the broken promise of a fine Bloody Mary? Uh, nothing.
A plethora of pockets, straps, panels, and inserts provides both insurance and assurance that your barware will travel safely and stay secure within this 100% American-made vessel full of Sunday Funday fuel.
Of course, there was a lot of trial and error before the final design was chosen. The creators wanted to ensure that people were comfortable with their gear and didn't feel like they were lugging around a bowling bag—not that there's anything wrong with that.
Just to clarify, the B-bag doesn't come with any of the gear you see on the inside—just the bag itself. However, that'd kinda be cheating if you got everything all once—crafting the perfect cocktail with the perfect tools is a journey all aspiring mixologists must go on before they can whip up a drink that melts souls.
It'd be like coming upon every single Pokemon card at once...tempting, yes, but inherently wrong—because you gotta catch 'em all.
Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and actually caught them all once. It was fine.