The Sneerwell is a small husband and wife team out of Denver that make flasks inspired by motorcycle culture. Unlike the more traditional flask you’re used to encountering at weddings or in liquor gift boxes, The Sneerwell flasks are a more bulbous shape with a rounded cap that, in practice, makes them a lot easier to use while also being completely unlike any other flask you’d sneakily taken a nip from. These features alone would make the flasks worth purchasing, but the real selling point are the finishes, illustrations and details that each flask comes with. Noble flasks are designed and built to have that raw, patina, antique feel you’d expect to find on something recently discovered after decades of hiding. Perdition flasks have that vintage, matte black, rat rod kind of style that’s absolutely perfect in its imperfection. Each flask is dark etched by hand with a number of different graphics options ranging from an octopus or a hellhound to a skull or a coffin. They won’t make the 6 ounces of liquor you can fit inside taste any better, but drinking it will look a helluva lot cooler.