These tap markers come primarily from a Northwest tavern owner's collection and most were in service for a short time.
NOTE: While some items may be in a new or unused condition, most have been used and show some evidence of use - but are excellent for display - unless stated otherwise.
Anheuser-Busch (Budweiser & Michelob)
Pyramid Breweries of Kalma, WA
"Snow Cap" with paper marker,
9¼" tall handle.
"Pyramid" printed vertically. $10
Read newspaper article on Emerald City Ale (right).
Alley Pale" on both sides of this 12½" tall, double sided tap
(reverse side not as nice). Post Alley was a brand of the
Emerald City Brewing Co. of Seattle, ca.1995 (see article above
and bottle label at right). Very
"Post Alley Pale" on both sides of this 12½" tall, double sided tap (reverse side not as nice). Post Alley was a brand of the Emerald City Brewing Co. of Seattle, ca.1995 (see article above and bottle label at right). Very scarce! $35
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
Thomas Kemper Brewing Co. of Poulsbo, WA
Two "Thomas Kemper -
- 9½" tall,
and "Bohemian Dunkel" - the
Bohemian has a label wrapped around the
body, and may cover a fired-on label. $16 ea.
K-1 & 2
Widmer Brewing Co.
"Wheat-Hook" on both sides of an early ceramic tap from the Redhook Ale Brewery - from the Ballard era. The tap stands 8¼" tall and the ceramic is free of chips or cracks. $25
"Blitz Weinhard - Bavarian style Dark Beer" embedded in a 5¼" tall, double sided acrylic tap handle. $18
"Stroh's - America's Fire-Brewed Beer" on both sides of a 6
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