beer being poured into recycled amber draught glasses
beer being poured into recycled amber draught glasses
Recycled draught glasses cheers with beer in them and plants in the background
Recycled amber draught glasses cheers with Philadelphia skyline in background
beer being poured into recycled clear draught glasses

NEW Draught Glass

Formerly kombucha bottle

Regular price $15.00
Regular price Sale price $15.00
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Easy to hold, easier to drink. This draught glass is the perfect pour for your pint!

Each glass holds approximately 28 oz (enough for a typical pint). Once you're done drinking, pop them in the dishwasher and you're good to go!

Our Draught glass is sold individually and hand blown from kombucha bottles sourced from Philadelphia, PA.

Please note that since they are handmade from recycled bottles, there may some variation in the final product, such as embossing from the original bottle.


0.48 lbs


3.5 x 3.5 x 6.5 in

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I've been following Remark for years. I love how their products combine beautiful craftwork with innovative, sustainable business practices. I was overjoyed to incorporate some of their glassware into my wedding centerpieces, and their keepsake glasses made perfect thank you gifts for my now in-laws!



We love Remark so much we brought empty bottles of tequila from our wedding for Remark to turn into a beautiful lighting fixture for our living room. Now, Remark Glass has become our go-to for unique, intimate, practical, sustainable and BEAUTIFUL gifts, for others and for ourselves!


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Our wedding rings, repurposed from what could have been discarded glass bottles, are so special to us because of Remark. They add meaning to every item they make by the care inherent to both the creation process and the interaction with their customers.


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I have glasses and pitchers and vases from Remark, but my favorite is the custom made light fixture, crafted from bottles that held my favorite local cider in their previous life. It makes for a beautiful local story behind an absolutely beautiful lighting display.