Candles inspired by

Coffee, Beer & Saturday Mornings.




Upcycled bottles

Reusing beer bottles uses less resources than purchasing a new candle container would. All bottle necks (the part I cut off during production) are recycled. 

Sustainable packaging

I reuse as much shipping material as possible (boxes, void fill, beer cases & six pack holders). So, my box might be a little "ugly" but it's helping reduce garbage in landfills.

Renewable Soy Wax

Soy Wax is 100% renewable, eco-friendly, sustainable & carbon neutral. The wax in your Dickens Candle was probably a soy bean less than a year ago. Unlike paraffin wax which is a petroleum product. Soy wax also burns 30-50% longer than paraffin.


Strong, but not overpowering scents

I believe in balanced candles. That means the scents and containers are a compliment to your home, not the main attraction. 

Family & Relaxation

I started this company to provide balance for my family (see my story). I work hard when in the “candle factory” and focus on relaxing with my wife and kids when work is over. I also have the flexibility to deal with sick kids, chauffeur to swim lessons and cook my family dinner (most) every night.


Be passionate and have fun! I believe my passion shows in each candle I pour making a difference in every living room they are burned in 


"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm”

- Ralph Waldo Emerson

Shop Local

Locally made

Handcrafted by a local maker. That means my candles have never seen the inside of a semi truck or container ship.  

Locally Sourced

Bottles from local bars & restaurants (& my beer fridge). That means less shipping and less carbon used. 

Locally grown

American Grown 100% Soy Wax. Yup, american farmers grow the soybeans (primarily in Illinois, Iowa, and Indiana) that are used to make candle wax.