The Pacific City Pint is our handblown, 16 oz glass with Custom 3D data of Haystack Rock off the coast of Cape Kiwanda, standing at 327 ft above sea level, molded into the base of the glass. This unique geologic feature is the tallest of Oregon's Haystack Rocks and is within the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge, providing essential breeding and resting habitat for seabirds and marine mammals. We launch this collection in collaboration with Pelican Brewing Company, located on the beach in Pacific City, Oregon, which takes its name from the iconic birds and their protected breeding ground just offshore. Learn more about the full collection here.
Made in Portland, Oregon our glasses are lead-free and dishwasher safe. All glasses are handmade one-of-a-kind products that may have slight variation.
EVERY GLASS GIVES BACK
North is a proud member of 1% for the Planet and its incredible mission of inspiring businesses and individuals to support environmental solutions.
We have aligned with local non-profits for every region that we have created a glass for. Our commitment is to donate 1% of the sales of each glass to these select non-profits that are working to protect the mountains or improve the community surrounding each mountain featured in our glasses.
For The Pacific City Pint and Tumbler 1% of your purchase goes to the Trailkeepers of Oregon.
Trailkeepers of Oregon's (TKO) mission is to protect and enhance the Oregon hiking experience through trail stewardship, advocacy, outreach, and education.
TKO provides safe and fun experiences to volunteers, builds and restores trails to provide a quality hiking experience, and teaches stewardship ethics to visitors of Oregon’s natural places.
We are proud to connect with TKO and support their efforts to maintain and protect trails on the Oregon Coast and beyond.
Individually packaged in a robust kraft tube and wrapped in custom topo map newsprint, all made in Portland, Oregon.
Learn more about our product quality and care here.
The Pacific City Pint is a registered trademark of North Drinkware