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  • Enter the Shake Up the End of Summer Giveaway!

    Posted on September 10, 2014


    September. The dog days of summer are behind us. That humming you hear is not from the bumbling bees, but from school buses transporting tykes to the classroom. Daylight is beginning to dwindle and you know what's around the corner (cold!) Why, it's enough to make most folks down in the mouth.


    So I say lift your spirits, my friend, by shaking up a spirit or two in my Legacy Cocktail Shaker. Even better, win one of your very own! Just head on over to the Jacob Bromwell Facebook page and look for the image above in the news feed. Leave me a comment letting me know what concoction you would shake up in this beautiful copper and stainless steel shaker that is made right here in the USA. A winner will be chosen at noon EST on Friday, September 12 and contacted then. Good luck! And don't let the end of the summer season get you down.


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  • Join Jacob Bromwell at American Field 2014!

    Posted on August 19, 2014


    Some exciting news has been brewing at the Jacob Bromwell headquarters. If you love American made products like we do and will be in the Boston area the weekend of September 13 and 14, then stop on by the American Field pop-up market and exhibition and say hello! The American Field event is not a trade show...it's a celebration of trade! It's made for the American product loving customer in mind, with demos, live music, beer, food, speakers, and more. And of course...lots of American made goods by dozens of vendors who care about made in USA items as much as we do!


    The show takes place at the Innovation and Design Building at 21-25 Drydock Avenue, Boston. Considering that Boston was the home of the American revolution, I can't think of a better city to celebrate made in USA products! We'll be displaying our most popular American made products as well as some of the new ones that have been featured here the past few months. Visit the American Field site for all of the details and to learn more. See you in Beantown in September!


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  • A Sip of American History: Jack's Moscow Mule Cup

    Posted on July 30, 2014


    It was 1941 and three pals/business partners were jawing away in a bar. One was John Martin, the president of G.F. Heublein Brothers, an East Coast spirits and food distributor. The second was Rudolph Kunett, the president of Smirnoff, Heublein's vodka division. The third gentleman was John "Jack" A. Morgan, president of Cock 'n' Bull Products, owner of the Cock 'n' Bull Restaurant of Los Angeles, and proprietor of ginger beer. Little did the three know that they were about to make American history...or as Jack Morgan later reminisced, "We three were quaffing a slug, nibbling an hors d'oeuvre and shoving toward inventive genius."


    The three were pondering what it would taste like if vodka and lemon or lime juice were added to Morgan's ginger beer. The ingredients were ordered from the bar, mixed, and a toast was held. Four or five glasses later, behold: a new drink was born and christened: the Moscow Mule!


    In honor of a this American ingenuity, I'm proud to introduce my latest product, Jack's Moscow Mule Cup, in honor of one of the inventors of the cocktail. This beautiful, unique, two-toned copper mug and Moscow Mules go together like bacon and eggs...bread and butter...popcorn and salt. You get the picture. Of course, you can use it for sipping any of your favorite beverages, considering it holds a generous 15 ounces.


    Best of all, unlike other Moscow Mule mugs on the market, mine is one of the few made in the USA, by hand in our factory (and soldered, not welded) for true American authenticity.


    The Moscow Mule is refreshingly simple to make, by the way. Just squeeze a half ounce of lime juice into the mug, add 2 ounces of your choice of vodka, then top with cold ginger beer (not to be confused with ginger ale--ginger beer is distinctively sweeter and...well, more gingerly.) Ice optional. Stir, sip, and enjoy a little taste of American invention!


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