We love metal water bottles. Through the years, we’ve lugged metal bottles up mountains, down canyons, and even chased a few down rivers. However, looking at the bottom of those bottles, we realized nearly all-metal water bottles were manufactured outside of the US. They were good bottles, but it seemed like with the manufacturing capabilities and materials available in the US, we should be able to manufacture bottles here—supporting US, living-wage jobs, US suppliers, and in a clean factory that we knew was safe for the world around us. We set out to do it right—using recyclable materials, recycling nearly all of our waste, and re-using and treating our water before it leaves our property. We hired top artists from around the US—Seattle, Chicago, LA, Yakima—to develop custom art to adorn the outside of the bottles. And in 2011, with your help, we did it! We launched Liberty Bottleworks with our flagship, custom-printed, water bottles.
You deserve a water bottle as unique as you are. With Liberty you can represent your company, your values, and your passions. Our stamp on the bottles is a commitment that we believe our products will meet your standards for quality.
Environmental Stewardship is part of our DNA at Liberty. From day one we have strived to be a zero waste manufacturing facility.
We asked what you liked and didn't like about water bottles. You said you wanted a bottle that didn’t splash when you took a drink. That didn’t need to be twisted several times to keep from leaking. That fit comfortably in your hand and hung straight from a pack. Finally, a bottle that made you feel good carrying it. We developed Liberty bottles with you in mind.
At the heart of Liberty Bottleworks is our desire to make a difference in the world around us. We want to do the right thing when it comes to helping each other, our environment, and providing sustainable solutions. That is why we pledge 5% of net sales of Karma collection bottles to the applicable charity. You too can help by joining us in supporting these great organizations.