The Washington Pint Glass

Jan 15, 2016

Category: Gear

Sometimes, you need something to stare at in the bottom of your glass other than the tears. With that in mind, check out the Washington Pint by North Drinkware, a 16 oz pint glass that has Mt. Rainier molded into the base of the glass.

The glass is handblown, and it uses USGS data of the actual Mt. Rainier (which peaks at 14,409 feet) to create a replica that protrudes into the container using 3D printing to create a mold. The glasses are lead-free and dishwasher safe, and they’re made right here in the U.S.A. in Portland, Oregon. The company is also responsible for creating a similar glass with Mt. Hood at the bottom. These glasses are incredibly unique, and they’re available for $45. [Purchase]

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