1791 Flask

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If You’re a Red-Blooded American… Who Loves Country…Loves American History…Loves Spirits… Loves Our American Freedom, The Limited Edition 1791 Flask Is For YOU! A few years before the action-packed year of 1791, in 1783, the first commercial distillery was set up in America. Evan Williams, a Welsh immigrant, decided to stake his claim in Louisville, Kentucky. After a long day’s work, Evan would head down to the river’s edge with a few fellow co-workers. They'd unwind after a hard day’s labor. They’d talk about all that’s going on in America. But first, Evan would unbutton his vest. And from his vest pocket… pull out a beautiful hand-hammered copper flask. He’d take a swig of his very own bourbon… then pass it around to his buddies to enjoy. And We Present To You Our 1791 Reproduction Of Evan’s Copper Flask!
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If You’re a Red-Blooded American… Who Loves Country…Loves American History…Loves Spirits… Loves Our American Freedom, The Limited Edition 1791 Flask Is For YOU! A few years before the action-packed year of 1791, in 1783, the first commercial distillery was set up in America. Evan Williams, a Welsh immigrant, decided to stake his claim in Louisville, Kentucky. After a long day’s work, Evan would head down to the river’s edge with a few fellow co-workers. They'd unwind after a hard day’s labor. They’d talk about all that’s going on in America. But first, Evan would unbutton his vest. And from his vest pocket… pull out a beautiful hand-hammered copper flask. He’d take a swig of his very own bourbon… then pass it around to his buddies to enjoy. And We Present To You Our 1791 Reproduction Of Evan’s Copper Flask!

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HANDHELD HEIRLOOM

The Original 1791 FLASK

If You’re a Red-Blooded American… Who Loves Country…Loves American History…Loves Spirits… Loves Our American Freedom, The Limited Edition 1791 Flask Is For YOU!

The year is 1791.

These are heady times here in America.

Many, many changes were about to take place.

For one, it’s the first time Americans were “taxed.”

Nowadays, it seems commonplace to hand over nearly half your paycheck to Uncle Sam. But before 1791, what you made was what you kept.

The very first “taxed" domestic product was whiskey. And whiskey was by far the most popular spirit at the time.

This Taxation Was The First Of Its Kind From The New National Government.

Well, this new taxation didn’t go over very well with the people. The refusal to pay taxes on distilled spirits led to what history books call The Whiskey Rebellion.

One night, it all came to a head. A posse of 500 angry Americans banded together in protest. They surrounded and attacked the fortified home of a tax collector named John Neville. President Washington responded by sending 13,000 militiamen. By the time the 13,000 men go to the tax collectors home, the 500 revolters were long gone.

This was the first instance where the US Government displayed its power. Its ability to suppress violent resistance to its new laws. “Laws? What are those?” most must have said. Yes, 1791 must have been an exciting time to live in.

It was, in our opinion, the most significant year in American history. Not only were taxes first introduced to the public, but The Bill Of Rights was also signed. And that Bill gave the American public many rights. Most importantly, the right to bear arms. A right we enjoy to this day and for the foreseeable future.

In 1776, the British demanded we hand over our weapons.

We Shot Them!

A few years before the action-packed year of 1791, in 1783, the first commercial distillery was set up in America. Evan Williams, a Welsh immigrant, decided to stake his claim in Louisville, Kentucky. Right on the banks of the Ohio River. That’s where he built his distillery.

Yes, this is the same Evan Williams who created the “Evan Williams” bourbon we enjoy to this day.

After a long day’s work, Evan would head down to the river’s edge with a few fellow co-workers. They'd unwind after a hard day’s labor. They’d talk about all that’s going on in America.

But first, Evan would unbutton his vest. And from his vest pocket… pull out a beautiful hand-hammered copper flask. He’d take a swig of his very own bourbon… then pass it around to his buddies to enjoy.

And We Present To You Our 1791 Reproduction Of Evan’s Copper Flask

A near spitting image of the one he would carry in the 1700s—when America was in its formative years. Each flask is 100% hand-hammered and handcrafted using pure, solid REAL copper just like they did back in 1791.

Yes, you read that right. Your 1791 Flask is not made out of stainless steel and covered with copper paint like the ones you see in the store or on Amazon. This is not a cheap replica…it’s the REAL THING that very few people own!

Your flask is hand made from genuine copper and will likely become an heirloom that you can hand down to your grandkids.

The entire copper making process is a lost art. It’s extremely expensive, time consuming and virtually no one else does it anymore. And the few companies that do make real copper flasks like this… retail between $300-$1500!

Does that seemed farfetched?

It’s not. Search Google for prices for real copper flasks and you’ll be shocked. A real copper flask to the flask industry is what a Rolex watch is to the watch industry. Or a Sig Sauer to the gun industry. Or a Medford knife to the knife industry.

The best of the best…you can’t get any better.

A handmade flask made of pure copper is considered a prized collector’s item.

If you’re the type of person who appreciates ultra-high quality and wants something your coworkers, neighbors or brother-in-law doesn’t have—the 1791 flask is for you.

Why Copper? The Distiller’s “Insiders Secret” To Best Tasting Bourbon:

The biggest reason why copper is the choice material for high-end flasks (besides that it looks much cooler) is thatit enhances the drinking experience. Plus, copper will keep your beverages cooler than other materials—which is perfect if you’re like me and don’t like drinking hot whiskey. Distillers have used copper for centuries for purifying liquids. The copper actually makes a “cleaner” pour. If you’re the type of person who prides yourself on doing any job right, don’t shortchange yourself by drinkingyour whiskey out of an inferior material. Drink it the RIGHT way…out of a copper flask.

It Takes 5 Metal Artists To Hand Craft Each Flask!

As American as bourbon whiskey. And true to the 1791 design, the 1791 Flask is historically accurate. Each 1791 Flask is hand-crafted by real metal artists. Using pure, solid copper, each undergoes a lead-free soldering process and is certified food-safe.

By the time the flask is completed, it's been worked on by a lot of craftsmen. Between forming, hand-hammering… soldering… polishing… and joining with its Show & Display plinth…it takes no less than 5 experts to craft a single flask.

Take 9-Ounces Of Your Favorite Spirits Anywhere You Go—Quickly, Discreetly And Stylishly

The 1791 flask holds nine ounces which is the perfect amount of spiritsfor on the go. Not too little—but not too much where you feel like you’re lugging a two-liter. Nine ounces translates to over 6 shots of whiskey. Or 6 shots of bourbon… or 6 shots of tequila… it makes no difference what your favorite spirit is. That’s enough spirits for you and 3 buddies to have 2 shots each.

  • Hand-built to perfection by skilled copper artisans
  • 100% realcopper and certified food safe
  • Machined copper screw top, guaranteed to be 100% leak-free
  • Limited Edition of 1791 Flasks
  • Comes with Show & Display plinth made from retired Kentucky Bourbon Barrels
  • Copper will never rust—it will patina over time, which can be polished shiny again if desired
  • Dimensions: 3” x 1.5” x 4” and weighs 1.5 pounds
  • 100% authentic and true to the original

The Perfect Gift For The “Hard To Shop For” Person In Your Life

Do you have an acquaintance, a buddy or even a family member who is hard to buy for? With online access to any store in America, most people can buy themselves whatever they want with a few clicks of a mouse. So it's hard to WOW them.

Well… not anymore. If they’re a red-blooded American… who loves country… loves spirits and loves our American freedom, this would be a perfect gift for them!

Well… not anymore. If they’re a red-blooded American… who loves country… loves spirits and loves our American freedom, this would be a perfect gift for them!

Perfect For Your Next Outdoor Adventure, Barbecue Or Party!

Imagine you and your buddies all sitting around a fire. You’ve finished posting your tents. You’ve gathered wood for a fire… cooked dinner… and now it’s time to relax and have a drink.

Your one buddy pulls out a plastic bottle of vodka. He explains it’s a campsite and he didn’t want to bring glass. Understandable. Your other buddy brought his booze in a shaker bottle he also uses at the gym. Amateur.

But then when it comes your turn, you bust out your hand-hammered 1791 Flask. Filled to the brim with your favorite bourbon. The way the campfire reflects off the copper has your buddies in awe. You take the first swig, then pass it around. It's a memory you’ll remember ‘til your last day. And that’s what American life is all about.

Makes A Great Desk Or Wall Shelf Accessory Too!

The 1791 Flask is functional in the field as a flask. It will have no problem holding your spirits while you’re on the go. But it wouldn’t surprise me if many people actually use it as a flask because of how nice it is.

I bet a lot of people will display it as artwork. Decor,for lack of a better word. If that’s the case with you… the 1791 Flask looks exceptional on a desk, wall shelf or book shelf. Copper has a high-end but rugged look> that cannot be replicated with any other metal in the world.

Free $29 Show & Display Plinth Made From Authentic Kentucky Bourbon Barrels!

It's the perfect complement to your 1791 Flask! You’ll also receive a Show & Display Plinth made from authentic bourbon barrel staves! What we do here is buy old barrels from distilleries in Kentucky.

It's the perfect complement to your 1791 Flask! You’ll also receive a Show & Display Plinth made from authentic bourbon barrel staves! What we do here is buy old barrels from distilleries in Kentucky.

Years of distillery wear and tear tell a story. Each scratch. Each gouge. Each stamp. These barrels have been shuffled around Kentucky “rackhouses” for years. The staves even contain about 5% bourbon absorbed over time. They’re amazing to behold. We mill a selection of staves and create for you the ultimate Show & Display plinth for your 1791 Flask.

How Much Does The 1791 Flask Cost?

A lot less than you might think considering top quality hammered copper flask like ours retail for as much as $500+. That’s not a misprint…do a Google search and see for yourself. And these $500 flasks are not limited edition.

They’d make 1,000,000 of them if they could sell them. The price of copper has been skyrocketing on the commodities market. Not to mention skilled metal artists who create these flasks are rare as a diamond. Maybe they can justify a $500 price.

Plus, the 1791 Flask is a is true collector’s item with limited production run ensures exclusivity.

However, our mission isn’t to get rich selling $500 flasks—even though we could. Instead, we’d like to offer them to hard working Americans like you who love freedom for $247

ONLY $97.

That puts your price $150 lower than wholesale!

That’s less money than some people spend on a rare bottle of bourbon. That’s less money that it costs to fill up my truck! Heck, that’s about as much money it would cost you to take your wife or girlfriend out for a decent dinner and drinks, assuming you skipped dessert.

Order Now And Get A No Risk 30-Day In-Person Evaluation

Look, 2D photos on a computer (or phone) screen do not do our 1791 Flask justice. To experience how remarkable this heirloom flask is, you need to hold it in your hands. You need to feel the weight of the copper. You need to see how well it’s curvature fits your hand. Run your fingers over its hand-hammered finish. Heck… fill it up and see how good it makes your spirits taste!

If after a full month you are not satisfied with the 1791 Flask, send it back and we’ll refund your money. No questions asked.

And be a critic. Be hard to please. If you’re not amazed from the second you unpack the shipping box, send it back. No hard feelings. No questions asked.

Here’s What You Do Now

See the big button below? Click it and you’ll be taken to our 100% secure form where you can type in your shipping information. Once I get that… I’ll box up your 1791 flask and drop it off at the post office.

But, you have to hurry! I only have a few boxes of inventory and once they are gone… they are GONE when this offer is over. So if you want one, or even think you might… click the button below now and get in on the action now!

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If You’re a Red-Blooded American… Who Loves Country…Loves American History…Loves Spirits… Loves Our American Freedom, The Limited Edition 1791 Flask Is For YOU! A few years before the action-packed year of 1791, in 1783, the first commercial distillery was set up in America. Evan Williams, a Welsh immigrant, decided to stake his claim in Louisville, Kentucky. After a long day’s work, Evan would head down to the river’s edge with a few fellow co-workers. They'd unwind after a hard day’s labor. They’d talk about all that’s going on in America. But first, Evan would unbutton his vest. And from his vest pocket… pull out a beautiful hand-hammered copper flask. He’d take a swig of his very own bourbon… then pass it around to his buddies to enjoy. And We Present To You Our 1791 Reproduction Of Evan’s Copper Flask!
SKU:
COPPERFLASK
Weight:
1.00 LBS
Shipping:
$7.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)

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