Have you ever stared up in awe and darkness at the group of stars that includes the north pole of the heavens, and the stars which form the Little Dipper with the North Star at the tip of the handle? When subzero temperatures are still worth stargazing in, you know it's beautiful.
The Ursa constellation lies in the northern sky. The name means “the great bear" in latin. The smaller bear is represented by Ursa Minor.
This is our ode to our countless hours chasing the stars and constellations lighting up above us and casting a glow over Lake Superior in the dead of night through our 11oz Whiskey Glass.
Cheers to the next starry adventure!