A Simple Ceramic Growler for Your Shrubs, Switchels & More

A Simple Ceramic Growler for Your Shrubs, Switchels & More

Last week we introduced you to Kitchn regular Emily Han's new book, "Wild Drinks & Cocktails," in which she explores switchels, shrubs, and squashes — and yes, they're just as much fun to make and drink as they are to say. Which is why we now have our eye on this beautiful, handmade ceramic growler from Portland Growler Company. After all, once you've made a batch of switchel, you're going to need a vessel for storing it in your fridge.

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Sure, you could just store your shrub in a couple of Mason jars, but this glossy ceramic growler looks so much nicer when you take it from fridge to table to share your drink with friends. Plus, because it's smaller than a traditional growler, you won't have to worry about it taking up too much room in your fridge.

Our only reservation is that because it's opaque, it's hard to tell just how much of your homemade beverage you have left.

The Growlette comes in gloss blue, matte black, and satin grey in addition to the gloss white. And if 32 ounces isn't large enough, they also come in a more traditional 64-ounce size.

(Image credit: Portland Growler Company)
(Image credit: Portland Growler Company)
(Image credit: Portland Growler Company)

Now the only question is, will you start with the cranberry mors or use it for a batch of home-brewed beer?

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