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Abrayton

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I’d like to get 8 or so custom printed beer glasses. Probably just basic pint glasses. Any recommendations on who to go through?
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I used a brush on acid etch gel on the glass, using a poly film maskant that I trimmed using an exacto knife. It turned out just ok.
I wouldn't recommend the method unless you have access to a laser CNC.
Carry on with your requisition for a vendor to fabricate your pint glasses...nothing to see here. 😅
 

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@Abrayton I just did a quick search under "custom logo beer glasses no minimum" and it came back with over 5 million hits. Found good stuff in the top five.

Personally, I wouldn't go printed but etched since it will last longer (washing and such).

Check out 4imprint Promotional Products | Promo Items, Giveaways with Your Logo which was at the top of the screen under the results I had.
 
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@Abrayton I just did a quick search under "custom logo beer glasses no minimum" and it came back with over 5 million hits. Found good stuff in the top five.

Personally, I wouldn't go printed but etched since it will last longer (washing and such).

Check out 4imprint Promotional Products | Promo Items, Giveaways with Your Logo which was at the top of the screen under the results I had.

I do Google. I’m just looking for input on vendors others on this forum would recommend because there are 5 billion options and I’d like to narrow it down.
 
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sigh...The OP asked for a recommendation, which presumes an actual positive experience.
Imo, that would be the shortest path to a successful purchase, as opposed to wading through "5 million hits", or picking some number and asking about them here.

I only wish I had such a recommendation but I've never bought customized glassware...

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Another suggestion may be to look around on Etsy, if you are looking for no minimums on an order.

Here are a couple sellers


 

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I used Logo Bar Products (logobarproducts.com) for my custom glasses. This is a 20 oz. BarConic pub glass (they have a huge selection of glassware). Very affordable and they print the image which you upload to them. I was concerned that being a printed image it might not hold up long, but they had good reviews, and sure enough after a good many washings (I just pop them in the dishwasher) there has not been the slightest bit of image worn off. I have been very pleased.
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I used Logo Bar Products (logobarproducts.com) for my custom glasses. This is a 20 oz. BarConic pub glass (they have a huge selection of glassware). Very affordable and they print the image which you upload to them. I was concerned that being a printed image it might not hold up long, but they had good reviews, and sure enough after a good many washings (I just pop them in the dishwasher) there has not been the slightest bit of image worn off. I have been very pleased. View attachment 728586
This might be the winner. Thanks for the recommendation! 🍻
 
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