~ Brewery Gems ~

Breweriana ~ Collectibles from U.S. Breweries 


I am offering "brewery gems" for sale:  Brewery collectibles or memorabilia from various United States breweries. The types of breweriana include: advertising mugs & steins, embossed beer bottles, beer glasses (etched, embossed, & enameled), beer trays, beer signs, and miscellaneous brewery items such as patches, mini-bottles, openers , beer cans, tap handles, labels, coasters, and other advertising items - with a few foreign items as well!

    Beer stein icon       Micro-beer icon      icon - Taps For Sale     Old Beer glasses for sale   Beer Trays icon      European Beer Glasses icon     Pub Paraphernalia icon     Geo. W. Hoxsie's Premium Beer, Albany, NY, ca.1865                   Misc. Breweriana icon        U.S. Beer Glasses icon      German Beer steins icon  

If you find something that you would like, please CONTACT ME. I accept personal checks, money orders, or PayPal.

As a collector I am always hoping to upgrade or add new "brewery gems" to my collection. For my specific "heart's desires" - see my BREWERIANA WANTED page, and if you have items to sell or trade - please contact me. Thanks. 


For specific brewery collectibles - try the site search: 

If you are looking for specific items, just contact me, and I'll put you on a list to be notified if and when I find anything.

Gary@BreweryGems.com


Brewery Histories
Brewery etching

I am currently working on over seventy western Brewery Histories which began with the Olympia Brewing Company and its four branches: the Bellingham Bay Brewery, the Salem Brewery Association, the Acme Brewing Company, and the Port Townsend Brewing Company.
 
I've also worked on the famous Rainier Brewery and "The House of Hemrich" - the brewing dynasty which included the Hemrich Brothers Brewing Co., the Aberdeen Brewing Co., the Apex Brewing Co., and the Columbia Brewing Co. An alphabetical listing can be found on the Site-Map.


I would sincerely appreciate any feedback or assistance with the historical information that I've posted. I wish to make these histories as accurate as possible. I would also welcome any images that could be used to help tell the breweries' stories.


I've also added an illustrated essay on Pre-Prohibition Western Beer Steins.

 

Gary@BreweryGems.com
 

Site last updated on 20 July 2014

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