The Liberty Flask


Free yourself with the Liberty Flask. Flasks started showing up during the 18th century by those of gentry, a person with a high social class. On the flipside, flasks were a symbol of rebellion during the days of prohibition. Today, they often show up in comedies and reserved for those with rebellious mind sets, where freedom is the closest thing to their heart. That said, the Liberty flask is a fitting name. Besides the name, this is no typical flask. The Liberty Flask by Jacob Bromwell is an extremely limited flask. This flask is made in the USA of pure solid copper and features a patina finish that has been naturally achieved via a 30-year aging process in their Vermont workshop. Like all their flasks, they are true to the original Bromwell design, and they back it will a lifetime guarantee.

Available in limited quantities via Jacob Bromwell’s online store.