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The Scotch Snob: If you enjoy a nip of Glenfiddich after a hard day of brush bashing, grab Innate’s uber-sexy stainless steel 6-ounce Trad Flask. Comes with its own tiny funnel, and a lid retainer to minimize evening fumbles. $20, 5 oz. innate-gear.com
The Honeymooners: Quaff Coppola’s “Sofia Mini” can of dry white bubbly wine from Govino Flutes. They’re made from a BPA-free polymer, light as a feather, reusable, and recyclable. $13 for four, govinowine.com Wine: franciscoppolawinery.com
The Alpine Buddy: Want to score some big points with your hiking partner? Haul up the 64 oz. Klean Kanteen Wide, topped up with your favorite tap beer, seen here chilling in a creek. Bonus: The wide mouth’s easy to fill. $33, kleankanteen.com
At 8 ounces, a Silipint is a bit heavy, but it can also double as your coffee cup or soup bowl (holds hot or cold drinks). Made of pliable silicone, these pint-size glasses will squish down in the odd corners of your pack. $10, silipint.com
The Oenophile: Dig in to your freeze-dried spaghetti with a glass of Clif Family Winery’s lush and fruity The Climber Cabernet Sauvignon, seen here in GSI’s Glacier Nesting Wine Glass. Glasses $14 each, gsioutdoors.com. Wine: climberpouch.com
No high country happy hour would be complete without salty treats. Hapi’s Wasabi Peas have an intense hit of horseradish, while the Sriracha Peas dial it up with chili and garlic. Plus, they don’t crush easily. $3, at Asian grocery stores.
The Sweet Tooth: Feed your sugar craving with a splash of Pinnacle Whipped Cream vodka spiked with a half-teaspoon of orange Jell-o crystals. Enjoy the Creamsicle Jell-o shot in a Guyot Designs Squishy Travel Shot Glass. $8 for 2, guyotdesigns.com
The Teetotaler: If you prefer evenings to be recovery time rather than party time, sip some hot Owl Instant Ginger Tea from your Snow Peak 450 Titanium Single Wall Cup. Tea: $5/20 packets at Asian grocery stores. Cup: $32, 2.1 oz., snowpeak.com
Text and photos by Allison Woods