With the decline of American manufacturing and the rise of big business, small businesses and authentic made-in-America goods deserve our attention more than ever. This is why we’ve put together a group of 100% USA- made products just for you.


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Bourbon– Native to Kentucky, America’s staple liquor comes in many brands. However, Angels Envy is an artisan Bourbon distilled and aged for 4-6 years in American white oak barrels. Then aged for 3-6 more months in hand-selected port casks, every single batch is tested by company founder Lincoln Henderson before being shipped out. What’s more American than the steadfast tradition of Kentucky Bourbon?


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GuitarsQuality guitars may be found all over the world, but some of the universe’s best acoustics actually come from a workshop in Montana. Since 1910 Gibson has been producing coveted acoustic guitars, but it’s only been since 1989 that Gibson made a home in Bozeman, Montana for their work. Since then, all of the cutting, sanding, painting and much more has been done right here in the USA.


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Apothecaries– From daily household items to antiques, there is lots of heritage to be had at the Portland General Store. Including soaps, perfumes, antiques and much more, the products at the Portland General Store and their packaging are hand-crafted right here in the USA.

As you can see, there is lots to be had still in the United States of America. While big business may be on the rise, small businesses and handcrafted products are still putting up a good fight. Support your neighbors and yourselves by shopping quality product made in the USA! For a list of companies with true made in the USA products, visit:


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