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Stainless Steel Pints Available Now

We're super stoked to announce that we've now got some super fancy stainless steel pint glasses in the line.

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The stainless steel pint has been a personal favorite ever since I first laid hands on one this Spring.  It's excellent for camping, for drinking water at your desk, but best of all (ATMO) is that it's the best vessel I have yet tried for sipping whiskey on the rocks out of. 

A couple of ice cubes, two shot of whiskey, and the outside of the pint ices up in a satisfying layer of frost that makes the booze so cold and delicious that I can barely flipping stand it. 

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MSRP is $15 and they are ready to go now.

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Jorge

October 3, 2012

These are beautiful!  If AC can soon follow up on the pint glass with a stainless, rim-brake endurance road frame/bike I’ll have to get a dozen of both those things!

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