The Whiskey Will Do t-shirt by Bridge & Burn is one of their more popular designs, probably because it carries a simple message that we can all relate to. Bridge & Burn is a Portland, Oregon based company that makes all of their t-shirts in San Francisco before printing them locally in Portland.
Company founder Erik Prowell strives to run Bridge & Burn ethically, donating 1% of sales to different charities on a quarterly basis, and sourcing their materials from factories with excellent working conditions.
The Whiskey Will Do tee comes in sizes from S through to XL, it’s made in the USA from a soft blend of 25% cotton, 50% polyester, 25% rayon, with a hemmed collar, sleeves, and waist. The color is a medium grey and the font is a simple black sans serif printed in a style similar to vintage athletic tees.
Bridge & Burn will be donating 1% of proceeds from this quarter to Portland YouthBuilders (PYB), an award-winning program of high school completion, college preparation, and vocational training for low-income youth who are motivated to finish high school and learn a trade.
PYB’s mission is to support young people who are committed to changing their lives to become self-sufficient, contributing members of the workforce and their community.
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