THE COPPER AGE
Hand hammered and soldered by craftsmen at a 200-year-old American company, this nine-ounce flask has a hot-tinned interior to protect the copper from corrosion. Over time the exterior will develop a handsome patina. Jacob Bromwell Copper Flask, $150
Stanley is better known for its insulated carafes seen on job sites across the country. But its burly eight-ounce flask is strictly for after hours. The slim profile keeps your precious cargo on the downlow. Stanley Flask, $28
British firm Wentworth makes hundreds of flasks with ornate engravings. Our favorite is this dashingly minimalist classic four-ounce pewter flask. Ideal as a backup bar at more formal affairs. Wentworth Pewter Flask, $70
Chocolate-colored waxed canvas insulates the contents of this eight-ounce steel flask. Tuck it inside your parka to keep your brandy or bourbon at a perfect serving temperature at the game. Ernest Alexander Flask, $50
And now that you have a fashionable flask, why not grab a great spirit to fill it with?