These are the Gadgets you’re Looking for: 5 Cool Drink Accessories to Celebrate Star Wars Day
If you know your wookiees from your ewoks and you have strong opinions about who shot first (Han Solo, of course), then you probably know by now that today, May the Fourth is Star Wars Day. We have rounded up some of our favorite Star Wars themed accessories to mark the occasion so, as Master Yoda would say, a pint enjoy you must, to celebrate!
Darth Vader Stein
Join the dark side with this 32 oz beer stein modeled after one of the greatest villains of movie history. What better than to pour yourself a rich, intense Imperial Stout while drinking from this stein?
€58 – Available on Ebay
Storm Trooper Decanter
Their aim might be just awful, but their uber-recognisable faces make of this Storm Trooper shaped decanter a must have for wine lovers with a soft spot for George Lucas’ world.
€21.50 – Available on Amazon.uk
Star Wars Gift Glass Whiskey Decanter Set
This customised whiskey set includes some of the saga’s most beloved (and hated) characters. Surprise the Jedi in your life with this quirky set and while you’re at it, maybe throw in a bottle of whiskey to toast to the Force.
€26.54 – Available on Etsy Ireland
Light Saber Bottle Opener
Do you know those times when you need to open a bottle and you ask yourself, what would Luke Skywalker us? Well, he’d use this light saber shaped bottle opener, that what.
€19 – Available on Ebay
Star Wars Coasters
May the wine be with you! And may you be considerate with your host’s table (or your own) and remember to use a coaster! These 3.5″ by 3.5″ laser engraved Baltic birch plywood will do the trick.
€2.50 – Available on Etsy Ireland
Gabriela’s passion for writing is only matched by her love for food and wine. Journalist, confectioner and sommelier, she fell in love with Ireland years ago and moved from Venezuela to Dublin in 2014.
Since then, she has written about and worked in the local food scene, and she’s determined to discover and share the different traditions, flavours and places that have led Irish food and drink to fascinate her.