This was a great example of how a simple google search for “American made ________” can yield priceless results. I was in need of a new grill brush, and unfortunately the market is flooded with cheap imports. I came across Brushtech and it’s been a godsend for multiple items that are scarcely made in the USA. If you need anything from a golf brush, to bathroom brushes, to automotive brushes to grill brushes, Brushtech has you covered and then some. Not only will they have a brush for your need, but they have dozens of options for each, usually with a competitive price compared to the imports, or in some cases they even cost less! Today we are reviewing their top of the line “Long Lasting BBQ Brush.” The BBQ brushes range from $3.99 to $16.99 depending on your need and size. The first time I used this brush the…Continue Reading
Karsten Manufacturing, better known as PING, is the only major American made golf club manufacturer. To this day, they still are casting past iron models and manufacturing their steel shafts in the USA. Many of their new models have been outsourced overseas, but production continues in the states on past models. No companies forge their clubs in the USA anymore due to EPA regulations. The process is amazing, and the fact that they have hung on for so long speaks to their desired commitment to Made In the USA. Hopefully, with some help from external forces, PING can bring all of their irons back to being manufactured domestically. If you’re in the market for a new set of irons, look at their G5 range, and some of the G10s, as they were still being produced in America and are still being sold at retailers. This factory tour is of the assembly…Continue Reading
We take it for granted that most of the food we eat and beverages we drink are made in the USA, but it’s not always the case. Check the labels, as always. Lucky for us Arizona Iced tea brews their drinks in NY, USA. The best Arnold Palmer is out of a can – and you can get it full calories, 1/3 of the calories, or zero calories – talk about options!  During the 1980s and 1990s, the founders of Arizona iced tea sold home brew out of their VQ bus intil they saw a Snapple truck unloading crate after crate of iced tea. They switched their brew to tea, despite what naysayers told them. All teas are awesome tasting with no preservatives. People like their teas so much that they’ve driven the brand to #1 in their market. Arizona Iced Tea was founded in Brooklyn and is still American owned and operated running…Continue Reading