Jerry Can Hip Flask

The Jerry Can Hip Flask is such a simple and obvious idea that I’m a little annoyed at myself for not having come up with it years ago. Each of these flasks is based on the design of the original German Jerry Can that pre-dates WWII, but it’s been sized down to hold 6 ounces…

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Filson Flask

Although Filson are better known for their outdoor-specific clothing and gear they also make a hip flask -presumably for those cold winter hikes, ice fishing expeditions and cross country ski trips. Each Filson Flask is made from stainless steel wrapped with bridle leather and has a screw-top hinged lid, it has a capacity of 6…

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This Is The Last Dam Run Of Likker I’ll Ever Make

On March 16th 2009, Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton committed suicide a few days before he was to be taken to a federal penitentiary to serve hard time for moonshining. He was a mountain man of the highest order and one of the last of the original moonshiners, his friendly demeanour belied decades of experience hand-building stills…

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MicroShiner – Spring 2015

MicroShiner Magazine is a quarterly periodical dedicated to the renaissance of boutique distilleries in the United States and around the world. They’ve just released their Spring 2015 edition, which is a special look into the burgeoning world of female distillers, it’s available to read for free online here via Issuu.

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The Bomb Bar

The Bomb Bar is a creation from Oliver Apt – a Canadian company that specialises in slightly unusual homewares. Each of these bars is made from a military surplus ammunition crate with mounting point added to the back and internal walnut shelves fitted, each one measures 46.5 inches long, by 9.5 inches wide, by 14…

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Copper Whiskey Cups

  These 1 ounce 100% copper cups are designed for use in situations when glass is too fragile – like camping trips, buck’s parties and birthdays for 3 year olds. The cups are seamless and due to the fact that they’re pure copper, they’ll develop a beautiful patina over time but can be brought back…

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Hip Flasks by Iron & Glory

Iron & Glory is a relatively new company based out of Brooklyn in New York City, the brand puts a strong emphasis on low-volume handmade gear and their current range of hip flasks also offer buyers the ability to have them custom engraved when ordering. Each flask is made from 100% stainless steel and can…

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MicroShiner Magazine

MicroShiner Magazine is a relatively new quarterly magazine dedicated to craft distilleries and low volume spirits – as you may have noticed, the name is a play on the terms “Micro Distiller” and “Moon Shiner”. I have a fondness for small batch spirits, particularly bourbons and gins, but it can be hard to track down…

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Hip Flask Book Safe

Most enthusiastic drinkers will tell you that it’s important to have a stash somewhere in the house that the other half doesn’t know about – with the best hiding spot being inside a book that they’ll never even look at twice, like a boring plain black volume called “An Encyclopaedia of American Humor”. Each one…

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Stag Horn Whiskey Flight

This Stag Horn Whiskey Flight is made by hand from genuine stag horn in Scotland – the original home of the nectar of the gods. Each flight includes 4 whiskey tasting glasses designed to fit perfectly and offering the whiskey connoisseur a serving option that’ll impress everyone, up to and including Ron Swanson. Grab yours…

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BAM & POW Hip Flasks

Occasionally we all need a comicbook-style bam to the face, just to bring us back to reality. These hip flasks from Eyval Decal cost a rather affordable $19.95 apiece, making them excellent Christmas gifts for those who like the occasional tipple. Grab yours here – BAM Flask – POW Flask

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