The Great American Flask

The Jacob Bromwell company of Chattanooga, Tennessee has a storied past. Established in 1819, the company crafted tin cups, popcorn poppers and frying pans for those adventurous souls traveling west. Almost 200 years later, it's still going strong. This copper flask is hand soldered from pure copper, based on the original design way back when. It's as authentic as it gets, which perhaps explains its reputation as The Great American Flask.

As they share on their site, "Our historically correct design is as old as bourbon itself, and acccurate right down to the American Birch stopper." The classic, manly flask has a lifetime guarantee. As it's resistant to corrosion and rust, it can be polished to maintain its beauty and shine or left to age gracefully... 

Winter Session, based in Denver, Colorado has crafted a handsome, hand-stitched cover for the Bromwell copper flask. Utilizing high quality Horween leather and Irish waxed linen thread, it's offered in Chestnut Dublin or Burgundy Dublin. The Jacob Browmell flask is a gift with a good story to tell. My favorite kind...

 

Photos: Jacob Bromwell, Winter Session      Content: Sweet Peach