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7 Flasks for the Tipsy Dad

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7 Flasks for the Tipsy Dad

Julie Carlson June 10, 2014

Is the stylish hip flask making a comeback? Lately I’ve been observing dads whip them out at school events, outdoor concerts, and Saturday afternoon soccer games. Here’s a roundup for the tippler in your life.

Above: The made-in-the-US Ceramic Flask features leather straps and a brass stud and brass button; $92 from Misc. Goods Co., a new enterprise founded by graphic designer Tyler Deeb.

Above: The 4-oz Handmade Pewter Flask from England is $69 (with leather sheath it’s $104) from Kaufmann Mercantile.

Above: The classic 8-oz Stanley Flask is $28 from Stanley. Photo via Cool Material.

Above: The 8-oz Stainless-Steel Flask from Williams-Sonoma is $15.95.

Above: The 8-oz stainless steel Henley Flask with waxed canvas case from San Francisco company Henley is $36 from Orange & Pear. Photo via Rare Device.

Above: Handmade in Tennessee, the Copper Flask from Kaufmann Mercantile features an American birch and cork stopper; $198.

Above: The Pocket Size Flask from Restoration Hardware is currently on sale for $14.49 (down from $29).

Curious about our favorite workaday wine glasses? See 10 Easy Pieces: Everyday Wine Glasses. And over at Gardenista, they’re geniuses with cocktail recipes.

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