When it comes to finding growlers and flasks for outdoor use, we often run into two problems. The first is the product isn’t truly able to handle all the potential occurrences that could happen when adventuring. What if your growling takes a tumble down a 12ft slope of rocks? What if your flask takes a dip into the river? Will it even float?
The second problem is the design—or lack thereof. Some brands will overcompensate on making their products tough, resulting in a product that’s heavy and clunky. These types of growlers and flasks can quickly become a bother when trying to fit them strategically in a backpack or storing them in your jacket or pant pocket.
5 Growlers and Flasks Ideal for Outdoor Adventures
The growlers and flasks below pass the durability and design test. Each one offers a unique function. Several are good for single-use, while others are made for multiple parties to enjoy. Some are made for specific spirits, while others will hold all types of liquor, beer, or wine.
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Snow Peak Titanium Sake Bottle
Snow Peak has been making quality outdoor goods with beautiful designs since they started in 1958. The brand’s use of industry-grade materials, like the titanium used in this bottle, ensures their products can take on even the toughest of hiking and camping environments.
Sake Bottle’s titanium walls are is designed to be thin so you can dunk the bottle in a stream or river to get a perfectly chilled spirit. The titanium is flavor-neutral and holds other types of spirits too.
Jacob Bromwell Vermonter
Jacob Bromwell has been cranking out legacy products for over 200 years now. They make the type of goods that can be passed down from one generation to the next.
The Vermonter flask is crafted out of solid copper and made in the USA. In fact, it’s the same type of copper typically used in whiskey distilling pans. It holds up to 9 fluid ounces and comes with a sealed screw top. Vermonter fits easily in ones back pocket or trek pack.
YETI Rambler 64 oz
The YETI Rambler is at the top of the drinkware game. Aside from water, coffee, and tea, the Rambler 64 oz will work as a growler for beer. The 18/8 stainless steel body and No Sweat exterior make it so you can confidently carry ice-cold brews for the entire group as you kick it around the campfire.
Stanley Easy Fill Wide Mouth Flask
An OG brand when it comes to the outdoor space, you can’t ignore the staying power of Stanley. This Wide Mouth Flask takes inspiration from old school design with its slim silhouette. But don’t let its slim body fool you, it holds up to 8 fluid ounces and, thanks to its wide mouth opening, can be easily refilled when pouring from your bottle of choice.
High Camp Firelight 750 Flask
High Camp designed the Firelight Flask to be enjoyed with a party of two. Why do we say that? Well on the ends of flask are two built-in tumblers than you can directly pour into. The tumblers are magnetized to the flask, so you don’t have to worry about them falling off or tediously screwing and unscrewing each cup.
The streamlined flask holds an impressive 750ml, which equates to about a fifth of liquor or a full bottle of wine. Firelight is made of 18/8 stainless steel and features a leak proof plug cap with a silicone ring. Take this bad boy hiking or even kayaking.
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