Oregon Pint Glass Has a Mountain Molded Inside Of It

Date Published: 02/02/2015 12:01 PM

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The Oregon Pint glass is a beer glass that was designed to have Mt. Hood, which is the tallest mountain in Oregon, molded into the base of the glass, and is super exciting and awesome to everyone besides those who live in Oregon. With one of the top states for breweries in the country, Oregon has no shortage of dirty hipsters looking for the next tasty beer that no one knows about, which makes sense that the state needs its own drinking glass to showcase it's love for craft beers. Now they just need to make one of these glasses for each state in the country. Like for Virginia you could mold a monument into the bottom, for Colorado you could mold a weed plant into the bottom, for Texas you could mold an oil rig into the bottom, or for Kansas you could mold a tornado devastating a trailer park into the bottom of the glass.

The Oregon pint glass is made by hand blowing glass into a custom 3D mold of Mt. Hood using the United States Geological Survey's data to depict precision in showing the actual ridges, canyons and peaks of the mountain. The mountain base glass will hold up to 16oz of liquid (1 pint), is dishwasher safe, and is currently in a funding phase on Kickstarter with an estimated delivery date of June 2015, so  go reserve yours now, and be sure to check out the glass in action via the video below.

Oregon Pint Glass - Mt Hood - Mountain Beer Glass

Oregon Pint Glass - Mt Hood - Mountain Beer Glass

Oregon Pint Glass - Mt Hood - Mountain Beer Glass

Oregon Pint Glass - Mt Hood - Mountain Beer Glass

Oregon Pint Glass - Mt Hood - Mountain Beer Glass

Oregon Pint Glass - Mt Hood - Mountain Beer Glass

Oregon Pint Glass - Mt Hood - Mountain Beer Glass

Oregon Pint Glass - Mt Hood - Mountain Beer Glass

Oregon Pint Glass - Mt Hood - Mountain Beer Glass

Oregon Pint Glass - Mt Hood - Mountain Beer Glass

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