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Have you ever wondered what kind of bar Starfleet officers would hang out in? These are all the items you need to have the coolest "Star Trek" drinks for any party or happy hour.

Just remember to drink responsibly and focus on the company. After all, the point of a good Romulan ale is to enjoy it with all your favorite Trekkies.

Brothers "Star Trek": USS Enterprise Bottle Opener

Don't be that person who buys the beer but has no idea how to open it. Carry around this Enterprise bottle opener and always be prepared. Like a boy scout who is old enough to drink alcoholic beverages.

$19.99

Star Fleet Emblem Reproduced on Neoprene Coaster Set of 4

It turns out water rings on your nice coffee table are one of the most annoying things in the quadrant. For all alien races, not just humans. So, make sure you have a good set of coasters to avoid having to clean up religiously after everyone is gone.

$14.95

Live Long And Prosper Stemless Wine Glasses

There is nothing better than binging your favorite show with a chill glass of wine. If that sounds like your ideal Friday night these wine glasses are the way to treat yourself. "Live Long and Prosper" and drink good wine.

$23.95

BigMouth Inc Captain Kirk Drink Kooler

Keeping your beer cold is a struggle. This beer cozy will absorb all that extra beer sweat and will let people know who the captain is at the same time. I love that my beer has its own tiny phaser.

$9.99

Vandor "Star Trek" 16 oz Glass Set

Everyone's personality fits at least one Star Trek character. Pick your favorite with this glass set. The only rule is once you pick it you have to stick with it. You can't be Kirk one second and Spock the next.

$15.95

"Star Trek" Silicone Ice Cube Trays

Most drinks require ice. So, make the ice as fun as it can be with this ice tray. Just make sure you use see-through glasses so everyone can better appreciate them.

$11.95

"Dammit, Jim" Shot Glass

We all have that friend that collects shot glasses. We also have that friend that can quote the show in almost any circumstance. If both those friends are the same person, they deserve this shot glass.

$8.96

Aquarius Kirk Vs Gorn Tin Sign

There's more to a bar than drinks. Sometimes a little ambiance can go a long way. This tin sign is the perfect way to start decorating your personal bar just the way you like it.

$7.65

"Rock, Paper, Scissors" Scotch Whiskey Glass

Connoisseurs know that every drink requires a different glass. If you're still drinking scotch from a red solo cup it might be time to invest in some quality whiskey glasses. And, make them fun by using this "rock, paper, scissors, Spock" glass.

$19.99

Romulan Ale Pint Glass

Is it really Romulan ale if you're drinking it from a regular beer glass? Do all beers that come in Romulan ale glasses immediately turn into Romulan ale? These are the questions I ask myself every day.

$6.97

Romulan Ale Flask

Sometimes you need to take that booze to go. In case the party you're going to is BYORA (Bring Your Own Romulan Ale), this is the flask you need. And, you don't need to share with anyone else, although it's encouraged you do.

$14.99
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