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Gift Receipts, Epoxy Stickers, and Local Pickup for the win!

We've made some exciting changes to our offerings here at BottleMark.

Giving the gift of custom caps? Now you have the option at checkout for a gift receipt! This special packing slip leaves off the cost of the goods and also provides ample space for a personal message.
He loves me so much!

You can opt for a gift receipt and a gift message at Checkout under "ADDITIONAL OPTIONS" (it's to the left).

For all you bottle cap crafters out there, BottleMark now sells Epoxy Domes aka Epoxy Stickers aka Epoxy Dots aka magical little sticky shields that protect interior bottle cap decoration or exterior custom cap designs. Want your BottleMark handcrafted keychain to last years of abuse on your enormous, 2 lb. set of keys? Buy one! Protection for the low price of $0.15 each.
I'll defend you, fair bottle cap!

And for you Houstonians out there: you asked for it, and now you've got it! Local pick-up is now available at our office. It's a great way to save a few bucks on shipping if you live nearby, but be warned...often gas and time combine to make First Class shipping more affordable. You can check out the details on our shipping page.
Please note we recommend against Local Pickup during a hurricane evacuation. But the choice is yours.

So if you're giving the gift of caps for crafts and want to wrap it up for that special person yourself, these three services are for you!

You...uhhh...shouldn't have.


BottleMark's Anniversary Sale!

A year ago this week, we launched a crazy little homebrewed business that aimed to bring custom caps to brewers, crafters, and everyone else in-between. The design process would be easy, colors would be unlimited, ordering would be automated, and prices would be so obscenely low that custom bottle caps could fit into every batch's budget. This dream is now a well-known reality.
It's our cake day.
To thank you, our loyal customers, for making BottleMark a part of your brews/crafts/car museum, we're putting all caps on sale this week. Sunday June 17 through Saturday June 23, everything in your cart is 10% off. At checkout, use coupon code: 1YEAR to receive the anniversary price.

Wow, that's cheap! But hurry: you can only get this kind of deal once a year. This special offer is not available in stores. The internet is standing by to take your order!
I've been reading too much TV Tropes.
Here's to many more years of caps to come. Cheers!

Uncommon Art of Jack Bowers

Avid bottle cap collector Jack Bowers recently submitted some original artwork for the most unique caps on the block.

A cap to honor Howard "Louie Bluie" Armstrong, famed fiddle and mandolin player.

These next two caps salute the Hiawatha Traditional Music Festival in Marquette, Michigan. Coming up this July 20-22, the festival celebrates a range of music, from bluegrass to Gospel, Cajun to Celtic.
Also boogeying.
Singing to the moon is totally normal at the Hiawatha.
One-of-a-kind artwork now on one-of-a-kind bottle caps. You won't be able to collect these caps anywhere! (Unless, of course, you order some from us.)


Euclid Hall

If you're a beer lover and lucky enough to live near Denver, get thee to Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen. After indulging in Steak Poutine with an Avery Reverend Belgian Quadrupel or perhaps one of their house-made, hand-cranked sausages and a Dry Dock Double IPA, you'll receive your check and one of these beauties.
Euclid Hall prides itself on high-quality, innovative pub food and the best of beer menus. Beer nerds will get a kick out of the bottle listing, organized into increasingly-challenging categories: Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Quantum Mathematics (full of Dubbels and Quadrupels). They also feature a few creative beer cocktails, like a Zeus's Brother (Great Divide Hades, Broker’s gin, Pimms, lavender simple syrup, lemon juice). I've had almost every variety of beer one can get in Houston, but I can safely say I've never tried that!
Also serving plenty of liquor.
New in 2010 yet housed in a historic 1883 building, Euclid Hall earned Westword's 2011 awards for Best New Restaurant, Best Late-Night Menu, Best Rising-Star Chef, and reader's choice for Best New American Restaurant and Best Bottle Beer List. Oh yeah, and they're open until 2.
Did I mention the house-made sausage?
Wanna go? Head to Denver's 14th street, and look for the giant tap handle. You'll get a bottle cap and an absolutely gastronomical experience.