The Liberty Flask

Apr 29, 2015

Category: Gear

On the Statue of Liberty it says, “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” But what about the quote on a solid oxidized copper flask that has the same hue as Lady Liberty? Maybe something simpler like, “Give me your booze.”

The Liberty Flask from Jacob Bromwell features an off-set spout and the company’s signature green patina finish that’s “painstakingly achieved through a natural process of 30 years of aging and oxidization” at their Vermont workshop. A proprietary clear coat is then applied to seal the patina from changing and locking in the finish for life. Each American-made 9-ounce flask is unique, with parts of raw copper occasionally showing through. A birch wood stopper is also included. [Purchase]

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