Where to get a custom pint glass?

pint glass on barSean emails:

Do any of your readers know of any local places where I could have a pint glass etched with a custom logo? There are tons of websites out there that do this, but I'd love to go local if possible.

These sorts of custom glasses are so common now, there's gotta be at least one local place that can do this.

Got a suggestion for Sean? Please share! And a sentence or two about why you're recommending a place can be helpful.

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About 10 years ago I got a bunch of custom t-shirts made at a place called All U off of Central Ave pretty close to Grandma's. When I picked the shirts up, they had a little show room. My guess is they could get you anything customized. Can't speak to customized glassware, but the shirts came out great and were very popular.

Allu.com

I don't have any local options, but Glass with a Twist is the best website I've used (and I've used several) for an annual event I do with some friends. There are no minimums and the quality is incredibly good.

I rarely have an answer for these post, but I guess today is my day!

I stumbled across these guys while on the trip this summer with my wife. They are located across the street from Bennington Potters, plus they are local and you can watch the production. Cheers!

http://www.catamountbarware.com/index.html

To piggy-back onto Sean' question, I'd also love to know if anyone has had a local business make these custom pint glasses in bulk (either etched or with the logo on the glass made from vinyl or similar material), such as for a wedding favor, and if they found a reasonable rate. Thanks!

We used to use Broadway Marketing on Fuller Road.....they do work individually or in bulk (ie for conventions, trade shows)

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