Bulgarian-born Boyan Moskov, a master in ceramics, is based in New Hampshire, where he works with his wife and business partner, Anna. Moskov throws these seven-inch-high beer steins on a potter’s wheel for the base shape and then uses handmade rollover patterns and wooden stamps to imprint the handle and mug surfaces. The 24-ounce steins are dipped in two glazes, fired, and then colored using a bulb syringe. Available in a variety of colors, Moskov’s pottery is microwave- and dishwasher-safe. Just fill with your favorite cheese-friendly brew.
Steins are $30–$40 from Nearby.