How do you date a beer stein?


A beer stein is commonly engraved on the pewter lid or rim. This will have the date of the beer stein's creation. Newer beer steins also may have the date or a stamp on the bottom of the stein.
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Beer stein are English neologisms for either traditional beer mugs made out of stoneware, or ornamental beer mugs usually sold as souvenirs or collectibles.
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How to Make a Beer Stein
The classic beer stein was first manufactured in Central Germany in the 16th century, using high-quality clays and novel firing methods to produce hotter temperatures in the kiln. Beer stein shape, color and decoration has varied widely according to time... More »
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