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Mugs & Steins include both Pre-Prohibition & Post Prohibition examples.
 
For mugs & steins from the various Olympic Games - drop down to: Olympics
Glass mugs from the U.S. are mixed in with the Glasses
For some European Beer Steins - go to: European
For some Pub mugs - go to: Pub
Plus a couple of Root Beer Mugs (not Breweriana, but collectible)

Convention has it that steins have lids and mugs do not, but I may not follow that rule here.
 

Pre-Prohibition


Duquesne Brewing Co. beer stein ca.1903"Duquesne Brewing Co. - Pittsburgh, Pa." with scene of the brewery, all on a 10 ounce, 4" tall, barrel shaped mug decorated by Thuemler of Pittsburgh, ca.1903. The base has concentric rings with the numeral "10" which means a 10 oz. capacity. The Duquesne Brewing Company operated from 1899 to 1905. Excellent condition with only a minor manufacturing flaw on the lower band, which is under glaze. Scarce. $125

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Seattle Brewing & Malting beer stein ca. 1897SB&MCo workers c.1898"Seattle Brewing & Malting Company" logo with hops and barley on a 4⅛" tall German made stein, decorated by the Albert Pick Co. of Chicago, ca.1897. Photo at right shows brewery workers in 1898 lifting their steins in salute. (for reference only). Excellent condition and scarce. $325

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Acme Brg. Co. stein from San Francisco c.1909"Acme Brewing Company" below an orange "Acme Beer" emblem and the words "A Home Product", with the San Francisco address below. This 5" tall, Art Nouveau influnced stein has silver striping and a silver handle, and was produced by the Thomas Maddock's Sons Co., Trenton, NJ, c.1909. The "Home Product" reference was an attempt to appease the Prohibisionists and distance Acme from the saloon drinking crowd. Grade 9.0  $195

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H. Weinhard beer stein c.1905"H. Weinhard / Portland Ore" with the HW monogram & eagle logo, and slogan: "Purity is Health" - on a 6" tall. 0.3L stein from the Henry Weinhard Brewery. The stein was introduced in 1905 for the 4½ month long Lewis & Clark Exposition in Portland. It has a base mark "30" which matches Form No. 30, used by German stein maker, Marzi & Remy. Grade 9.0  $120

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Aug. Lang Bottling Works, beer stein, S.F. ca.1910"Aug. Lang & Co's Works / San Francisco, Cal." showing their massive Fredericksburg Bottling Co. The side  panels depict bottles of Red Lion Stout and Tivoli Lager Beer. The largest of the Lang steins is this 0.5L, 6½" tall example with the dark green panels, ca.1910. Grade 9.0  $115

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A Good Judge Knows Rainier, stein ca.1903"A Good Judge Knows - Rainier - Seattle U.S.A." with a figure of wigged barister, on a 5½" tall, ¼L stein made by Adolf Diesinger, ca.1903. Excellent condition. $75

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3-B mug with Monk drawing a beer Image of a monk drawing a mug of beer on a 4½" tall mug, with "compliments of / Bellingham Bay Brewery / Bellingham, Wash." in gold text. Marked on base: "Lebeau Porcelaine" - from France, ca.1906. Very good condition. $55

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Leisy Brewing  Co. mug - Peoria, IL"Leisy Brewing Co." of Peoria, Ill. above their trade mark of a Templar cross with a gold ring surronding a capital L, and the words Age, Purity, and Strength. The gold rimmed mug stands 5" tall, and has an antler shaped handle. Excellent condition. $60

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Mettlach
 

Cape Beer beaker by Mettlach, ca.1907"Cape Beer" on a banner, above figure of Gambrinus (patron saint of beer) astride a beer keg, above a banner with "Cape Brewery & Ice Co." on a 5" tall, ¼L beaker by Mettlach, ca.1907 (according to base marking). The Cape Brewery operated from 1891-1919 in Cape Girardeau, MO. Beaker is in very good condition with only a small ding on the lip (see photo), and no cracks. Grade 9.0  $255

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Here's my illustrated essay on
Pre-Pro Western Beer Steins.

 

Root Beer
(Not actually Breweriana, but a nice "Beer" anyway)


Hires Root Beer mug"Drink Hires - It is Pure" on a 6" tall, stoneware mug ca.1920. Crazing to the clear-coat glaze. Grade 8.5 -9.0  $18

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Post Prohibition steins    


Olympia Beer mug ca.1965"Olympia Beer - Stubby - It's the Water" on a 5¾" tall, gold rimmed, ceramic beer mug, ca.1965. Excellent and Scarce! 9.5  $60

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Pyramid Breweries beer sstein"Pyramid Breweries" on a 5¾" tall, cream colored beer stein. Grade 9.5 $10


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Budweiser stein CS-41976 Anheuser-Busch - German Tavern Scene, taller 8" version, made by Ceramarte - (CS-4) near mint.  $20



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Budweiser 50th Anniversary CS-571982 Budweiser - 50th Anniversary, 2nd in Holiday series - by Ceramarte, 6½" tall, (CS-57) near mint. $20
 

                  
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1984 Budweiser Holiday stein - Wagon & Team  and Covered Bridge 1984 Budweiser - Team & Wagon with Covered Bridge, 4th in Holiday series - by Ceramarte, 6⅜" tall, (CS-62) near mint. $15
                 
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1986 Budweiser Holiday stein - Traditional Houses and Team & Wagon 1986 Budweiser - Traditional Houses with Team & Wagon, 6th in Holiday series - by Ceramarte, 6½" tall, (CS-66) near mint. $15 
                  
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Budweiser Beer stein, Stables CS-73 - image1987 Budweiser "Stables" 2nd in the Landmark series. Made by Ceramarte, 7½" tall  - (CS-73) near mint. $15       
                  
 
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Budweiser bottle stein, CS-136 - image1991 Budweiser, 3rd issue in the Label Series called the Bottle Label Stein.  It depicts a labeled Budweiser bottle, c.1890. A-B logo is surrounded by high relief barley and hops. Stein measures 5½" tall, and was made in Brazil by Ceramarte. (CS-136) near mint. $15
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Budweised stein, St. Patrick's Day '93 - image1993 issue - "Erin Go Bud" below the Budweiser "bow-tie" logo. 3rd in the St. Patrick's Day series - 5½" tall stein made by Ceramarte. (CS-193)  near mint. $18 
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A-B 1996 lidded stein (CB-3) A-B 1996 lidded stein (CB-3) - top view1996 "Anheuser-Busch / The World's Largest Brewery" - 7" tall, stein by Ceramarte (CB-3) Collector's Club Membership stein - was available to members only. The stein's lid has an A-B logo insert (right). Near mint condition. $18  

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Anheuser-Busch Old lager mug"Anheuser-Busch / Old Lager" on a 4" mug - official A-B product. Near mint cond.  $8


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Anheuser-Busch Pale Lager mug"Anheuser-Busch / The Pale Lager" on a 4" mug - official A-B product. Near mint cond.  $8

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Leavenworth Brewery stein 2 - image"Leavenworth Brewery - Since 1992" on a 4⅞" stoneware mug. These were produced in limited numbers, in the inaugural year only - ca.1992. The brand now owned by the Fish Brewing Co. of Olympia. Scarce! Grade 9.5  $14 
                  

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Michelob beer mug by Florence - image"Michelob - Since 1896" in black on a 4½" mug. Ring around rim and base, plus the logo, all in gold. Mug made by Florence Ceramic Co. of Pasadena, ca.1969. Grade 9.5  $8
 

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Coors Light Tappa-Kega-bru beer stein"Coors Light - Tappa-Kega-Bru" (spoof of college fraternities) on a 5¼" tall, ceramic beer stein from the '80s. Some craze lines in the glaze, but no cracks or chips. Overall excellent condition. $15

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Coors Brewing Co. mug "Coors Brewing Company - Golden, Colorado" in blue, on a 4¾" tall, ceramic beer stein. Grade 9.5  $10

 

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Michelob ceramic beer mug"Michelob" above their logo of the A-B eagle on a red ribbon. The mug stands 5⅝" tall with three gold stripes. Made in the USA. Some crazing in the narrow area between the bottom two gold lines. Grade 9.0  $12

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Schlitz Tenn. stein c.1972"Schlitz" on belted globe logo, above image of plant and "Memphis, Tennessee - Official Dedication May 12, 1972" all in gold. On base: "K-Promotions, Inc. - Milwaukee, Wis." Stein has crazing but displays beautifully. Grade 8.5 - 9.0  $12
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Schlitz ceramic beer stein"Schlitz - World's Finest Draught Beer" on 6" tall, ceramic beer stein - with a kick-up base, from the late '50s. Excellent condition (it's whiter than it appears in the photo) $12
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Schlitz stoneware stein by Gerz"Schlitz" on the iconic trapezoid logo, on a gold striped emblem above a whaling village scene. This older, .5L stein is 5¼" tall, and made in W. Germany by Gerz. $12
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Falstaff Beer stein c.1965"Falstaff Beer" with lion head and shield logo on a 5¼" tall, ceramic beer stein, ca.1965 (the lion was only used from '64 - '69). The initials on the rim are on top of the glaze and can probably be removed if desired. Some crazing to the clear-coat glaze, but still in excellent condition. $12
                                    
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Olympic Games Mugs & Steins


Budweiser '84 Summer Olymics stein - imageBudweiser - '84 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, manufactured in 1982 by Ceramarte, 7½" tall - distributed only to Anheuser-Busch wholesalers - (CS-53) near mint. $18
               

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Michelobr '84 Summer Olymics stein - imageMichelob - '84 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, manufactured in 1982 by Ceramarte, 7½" tall - distributed only to Anheuser-Busch wholesalers - (CS-54) near mint. $18

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European Beer Steins

Pilsner-Urquell Beer steinWick-Werke base mark"Pilsner-Urquell" above the brewery's heraldic logo, on a .5L, 5¼" tall elfenbein (ivory) stoneware stein made by Wick-Werke of Rheinland-Paletinate, Germany (Wick-Werke closed in 1984). The base mark is shown at right. The beer has been produced since 1842 in Pilsen, part of today's Czech Republic. Excellent condition.  $15

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Eisgrub-Brau beer stein"Eisgrub-Bräu" on a 4¾" tall, .4L, elfenbein (ivory) stoneware stein by Rastal. From the A. Mainzer Gasthausbrauerei in Mainz, Rheinland-Paletinate, Germany. Excellent condition. $15

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Bavarian stoneware beer drinking vessel"Bayren" (German for Bavaria) with the Bavarian coat-of-arms in high relief, on a 9" tall, salt glaze, heavy stoneware, pilsner shaped drinking vessel. Made by "Gerzit - West Germany" (mark used from 1960-90). $15


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Page last updated on 7 April 2021