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DIY Fallout Nuka Cola Quantum

These DIY Fallout Nuka Cola Quantum drinks are perfect gifts for Fallout fans or even as Fallout party favors! They are easy to make and inexpensive too!

DIY fallout nuka cola quantum drinks on white table

Nuka Cola Helps Refresh You In A Wasteland

If you’re a fan of the Fallout video games or the new Amazon series, you know that Nuka Cola is a staple in a wasteland where beverages and even food is scarce.

My son is a huge Fallout fan and decided he wanted the theme for his 14th birthday but the problem was, we couldn’t really find any Fallout party decor or other items so my husband and I got creative and made our own.

While you can purchase Nuka Cola Quantum from Jones Soda on Amazon, you’ll end up paying around $35 for two bottles and that’s just too much for my budget.

So, we decided to make our own homemade Nuka Cola Quantum bottles for our son’s party and I think they turned out awesome! The best part is, they only ended up costing about $2 per bottle versus the $17.50 currently selling online so I consider that a win!

Want another fun Fallout party idea? Check out our DIY Fallout Nuka Cola tutorial!

top bottle cap of Nuka Cola Quantum Bottle

Why You’ll Love This DIY

  • It is easy to make – This project is as simple as printing some labels and gluing them to some Jones soda glass bottles!
  • It is perfect for Fallout Fans – If you are looking for some Fallout Party ideas or even a gift for a Fallout fan, this would be perfect!
  • It is inexpensive – Each bottle ended up costing us around $2 which is about 1/11 of the price of the ones already made and being sold.
nuka cold quantum bottles on white table

What You Need to Make Nuka Cola Quantum Bottles

  • Glass Jones Berry Lemonade Soda – I found these at my local Dollar Tree for $1.25 each and ended up buying an entire case (total cost $15). A 12-pack on Amazon is selling currently for $44!
  • Nuka Cola Quantum Label – I purchased these labels from Etsy and they worked perfectly. Pro tip: Send them to be printed at FedEx Kinkos and print them on the Glossy 32 lb. paper. Trust me!
  • Modge Podge Matte– I like this because it dries clear and held the labels well to the glass bottles.
  • Paint Brush – This will paint the glue onto the labels
  • Scissors
  • Goo Gone This is optional but with these bottles, we did remove the labels and it left a sticky residue on them so we used Goo Gone to remove it and it worked great.
fallout nuka cola quantum supplies on table

Helpful Tips

  • You can make these in advance and allow them to dry for several days before serving or gifting.
  • Keep the labels away from water (do not place them into a cooler).
  • I recommend storing these in the fridge to cool then if you want, place ice into a shallow baking pan or aluminum foil pan and stick the drinks into the ice upright (keeping the label away from the ice or water to prevent warping).
  • If using the Goo Gone, remove the label then use a wash cloth with a bit of goo gone on it and rub the sticky adhesive off the bottle. You can then wash the bottle off with warm water and soap and allow to air dry before adding the labels.
hand holding a nuka cola quantum bottle

DIY Fallout Nuka Cola Quantum

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How to make handmade Fallout Nuka Cola Quantum bottles on a budget
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes


  • 12 Jones Berry Lemonade Soda Bottles
  • Nuka Cola Quantum Labels
  • Mod Podge
  • Paint Brush
  • Goo Gone optional


  • Start by removing the labels off of your Jones Soda bottles.
  • Next, if you want to remove the sticky residue from the bottles, use a bit of goo gone on an wash cloth or other abrasive towel and rub in circular motions (a little goes a long way).
  • Once sticky residue has been removed, rinse the bottle off with warm water and soap and allow to air dry.
  • Print and cut your Quantum Bottle Labels.
  • Using a paint brush, apply a small amount of mod podge onto the backside of the labels and apply to the front of the Jones soda bottles.
  • Using the same technique, apply the Nuka Cola Quantum bottle cap printable label to the top of the Jones soda bottle cap.
  • Allow to dry before serving!
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