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If you enjoy brewing your own craft beers -- particularly those high in hops, like a nice IPA -- then it's time to let the world know with this cool homebrew design! Featuring a vintage style hops design, this hoppy beer graphic makes the perfect gift or present for any ale brewer in your life. Just in time for Oktoberfest!
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If you're an expert at brewing your own beer with these ingredients, then let the world know by donning this awesome homebrew design! Featuring the four main ingredients of beer, this home brew graphic makes the perfect gift for any fan of brewing craft beer in your life.
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Show your Wisconsin home state spirit with a shirt that says it all with "Born and Brewed" in Wisconsin beer logo. The premium shirt is perfect for traveling, parties, or Wisconsin sporting events in Green Bay and makes a perfect gift for anyone fond of Wisconsin! WearWisco was created to celebrate the great Badger state, especially for those that have moved out of Wisconsin and still want to show their home state pride. We at WearWisco specialize in original Wisconsin shirt designs, hopefully, something you won't find anywhere else.
Tags: wisconsin-home, beers, brewers, breweries, born-and-brewed
Columbia Brewing Co. opened in 1933 and closed in 1968 it was open for 35 years. Items from breweries of this age tend to be more common and less valuable than some breweries. Early items can still be valuable as can rarer types of items. This listing was active during Prohibition which makes it an oddity. Some breweries were able to stay in business by producing "near-beer" which was very low alcohol, some switched over to bottling sodas or other beverages, some became Ice-houses or other related businesses. Columbia Brewing Co. was located in Shenandoah, PA, which only had 3 breweries, so there are not many that that were producing breweriana items. Local collectors may pay a small premium over national or general collectors because of a lack of local items.
Tags: pabst, beers, liquor, wine, alcohol
As far as Albany goes, we do know that Prussian-born Frederick Hinckel and Bavarian-born John Hedrick both opened breweries in Albany in 1852, the earliest Central European immigrant-owned breweries in the city. What we don't know is if those breweries opened as ale breweries or lager breweries. They may have been brewing Bavarian-style Weiss Bier. As the 1850s wore on, circumstantial references to lager brewing in Albany appears, but nothing noting a named brewery. In 1857, Templeton's—a furniture store on Albany's main drag, Broadway, advertised refrigerators for sale. Suitable for, as the ad expresses, "Grocers, Butchers, and Lager Beer purposes."
Tags: coaster, prohibition, homebrew, hops, barley