Time for Another Round.

It’s the time of year where celebrating seems endless. I always try to find something unique and interesting (but lasting) to accessorize a get together and will of the wine and beer that’s been opened this past month at the events I’ve had the pleasure of attending, I thought a gift that keeps giving was right on target to share the eve of the eve of New Years! These are the coolest bottle openers and perfect as a hostess gift for that New Years day dinner! However, I gave my honey the classic wall bottle opener last year as a gift and as a permanent fixture in the kitchen, it’s gotten a good workout, and continues to be the most discreet and useful appliance in the room.

Recommended by Food and Wine magazine, this brass crescent shape bottle opener is designed by Oji Masanori, and is equally beautiful in the hand as it is on the table. Plus, its popularity puts it on Sold Out status until mid-January.

Round Brass Bottle Opener, $55 | Lekker

Round Brass Bottle Opener, $55 | Lekker

As a decorative item to your bar, this brass claw bottle opener is sure to start a conversation. I love the antiqued gold and feeling of antiquity.

Brass Claw Bottle Opener, $24 | Jayson Home & Garden

Brass Claw Bottle Opener, $24 | Jayson Home & Garden

Polished stainless steel with a wishbone likeness, this Alessi bottle opener puts the classic Budweiser bottle opener to shame.

I think this one is adorable and makes a great gift for a nature lover and carefree best friend. The bird wingspan bottle opener is hand-engraved of nickel-plated brass and a tiny touch to the apres-dinner affair.

Wingspan Bottle Opener, $16 | Anthropologie

Wingspan Bottle Opener, $16 | Anthropologie

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