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Drink Handsomely With Meriwether Montana's Booze Accessories

Unsurprisingly located in a small mountain town in Montana, Meriwether Montana crafts each of their accessories with a foundation of patience, diligence, and extreme attention to detail. From a leather wine carrier to an industrial toothpaste wringer, they've got something perfect for every part of your day. We've recently gotten way into their Beer & Wine section — and not just because of their artisanal bike growler carrier. Here's a rundown of some of our favorites.

Cedar and Leather Wine Rack - $70
Three leather straps are attached to a handcrafted red cedar and black walnut base to provide the classiest wine rack to ever hang from your wall. 

Retro Bike Coasters - $18
This 1970s-era banana seat bike is laser engraved into hardwood maple and makes for a swanky way to keep your table devoid of bothersome water rings. It's like your beer has a bike of its own! Aww. 

Leather Wine Bottle Carrier & Corkscrew - $70
It pays to have every aspect of your drinking experience clad in leather. If you're going to — literally — go the extra mile with a bottle in your hand, you might as well do it in style. Plus, this leather carrier has a little compartment for a corkscrew to make for a seamless night of drinking. 

Stainless Steel Wine Glasses - $30
Don't get us wrong — a fine wine deserves a nice drinking vessel to go along with it... but accidents happen and razor-sharp shards of glass find their way into feet. Then there's blood and screaming and fainting and you wake up in the hospital with your family weeping beside you. Anyway, these steel wine glasses rock. 

Leather Bike Growler Carrier - $95
Crafted from vegetable-tanned leather, this growler carrier attaches to the back of any bicycle to transform your average bike ride into a full-on booze cruise. It's functional, stylish, and you can get it engraved with your initials. 

Exotic Cat Wine Stopper - $12
This, indeed, exotic cat illustration is engraved into a block of red alder which sits atop a Portuguese cork. The most festive and interesting-looking wine stopper. Guaranteed. Kitty's got claws. Sh*t, did I actually just type that out in real life?


Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and once saw a blimp.