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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History of Beer Steins
The stein, a word derived from the German "steinzeugkrug" (stone mug), has a rich and varied history, with roots deep in Germanic heritage. From humble beverage holder to status symbol of the wealthy, the beer stein has traveled a dynamic road.... More »
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