The Hawthorne Strainer - Made in the USA

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The Hawthorne Strainer - Made in the USA

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The Hawthorne Strainer - Made in the USA
Original (Silver) - $22.00
  • Original (Silver) - $22.00
  • Matte Black - Out of Stock
  • Frosted Teal - $27.99
  • Lava Rock - $27.99
  • Electric Purple - $27.99
  • Matte White - $27.99
  • 100% Solid Brass - $32.99
  • 100% Solid Copper - $32.99
  • Cherry Tomato - $27.99


After longer than we care to admit of tweaking prototype after prototype, we finally came up with the first Hawthorne Strainer on the market made right here, in the USA!

Not only that, we have not just our classic stainless steel version. We've also created 100% Brass and Copper versions. That's right, no plating, we're using full brass and copper bodies combined with our custom stainless steel coils. As far as we know, these are the only ones like this around. Treat yourself!


Traditionally used for straining pulp and ice out of shaken cocktails, the Hawthorne strainer is a versatile tool that works just as well for stirred cocktails as shaken ones.

Why will you want one of our versions for your own bar?

Here are some details we think you’ll appreciate:

-Shorter, low profile design, so it’s easy to maneuver, and not too bulky

-A hole in the handle is perfect for hanging up while resting between cocktails (or when resting between shifts)

-An extra dense coil for straining. Trust us, you won’t go back to the cheaper versions.

-A nice wider body to fit on top of any mixing glass or shaker tin on the market without having to worry about side leakage, or—worse yet, dropping the strainer into the glass or tin

-Most bodies* and all coils are made from 100% Stainless Steel right here in the United States.

*The only ones not made from stainless steel are our 100% copper and 100% brass versions (also Made in the USA)

Try Powder Coat finishes! Also Made in the USA, just like every other element.