This week's installment has all kinds of goodies that we think you will love. Here is what #TeamWR can't get enough of this week!

Farmer Willie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer, $9 for a 4-pack

ginger beer

“I tested these like a true runner—immediately following a semi-hard night run. And they…were…delicious. It didn’t hurt my gut at all (come on, I drank water, too), and I just felt like a cool person sipping a refreshing beverage from a can with a ginger beard on it. I also texted a photo of them to a few friends, and they all wanted to know where to get it. I would totally bring these to a party!” —Caitlyn Pilkington, web editor

P-Knot Pretty Pink P-Knot, $49.99


“I have lots of recovery tools, so I was skeptical that the P-Knot was going to offer me anything different. I was wrong! I’ve had this nagging dull pain in my left hamstring. I’ve tried everything to clear it up and have felt frustrated. Rolling with the P-Knot for a month has made it almost completely go away. I have no clue what it was but I’m glad it’s almost gone! It’s a great addition to your recovery toolbox.” —Dorothy Beal, #TeamWR contributor and blogger at Mile Posts

Cotopaxi Paray Lightweight Jacket, $99.95


“Lightweight and durable, the Paray Lightweight Jacket is awesome to use when the weather goes from sun to rain in a matter of moments. I love packing this for a camping trip, hiking excursion or even a long run. I can stow it in a pack with ease, knowing that I’ll have protection when the weather turns. Love the color, fit and protection.” —Fara Rosenzweig, freelance writer

Edoughble Birthday Bash, $8


“I recently met Edoughble founder Rana Lustyan at a startup conference and was so impressed by her company’s concept. After a certain mass-market cookie dough brand got in hot water for salmonella poisoning, Rana, a classically trained pastry chef, thought, People love to eat raw dough. Why don’t I just make some that’s actually safe to eat? Genius! I was even more impressed after trying her product. Delicious! Just as good as licking the back of the spoon.” —Jessie Sebor, editor in chief

Dr. Cool Chill Sport Cooling Towel, $14.99

cooling towel

“I live in Central Texas and it gets H-O-T. This cooling towel from Dr. Cool has been a lifesaver for those unbearably hot days when you never feel like you’ll cool down. Using this after a run makes even the hottest runs feel like a breeze.” —Ashley Lauretta, freelance web editor