Unless noted, all steins shown are one-half liter in quantity and approximately 7.5 to 9.0 inches high.
The young men of Germany in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
often treasured a stein as part of the memories of their time in military
service under Germany's compulsory military service obligation. The tradition
of these "Regimental steins" has been carried on in these offerings.
Just the Beer Facts: The German immigrants brought Lager beer to the States and displaced ale. Brewers like Busch, Pabst, Yuengling, Schaefer, Ruppert, Coors, and others.
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CSA Flags #4275 - The soldiers of the South fought under many flags; not just the "Southern Cross" so many think of the THE Confederate flag. Here is a stein with a bit of a history lesson as well as just attractively displaying eight Confederate flags. Southern Heritage as you won't find anywhere else. Another Straubs' Internet exclusive!$33.75