> Permission has been given to use the official logo on clothing
> (shirts, hats, etc) as long as they are made by a Debian
> developer and not sold for profit.
Normally, you could just head over to CafePress and request a custom shirt from them. However, I believe this would count as being "sold for profit" since presumably CafePress would charge for this service. Also, there's the question of whether something is "made by a developer" if it's actually made by someone else-- in my opinion, no.
So the only truly official debian clothing is that created by hand by a developer-- perhaps with a magic marker or a bottle of ketchup.
P.S. I have never seen the "bottle" logo before, and I used to use debian as my main linux distribution.