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Biergkrug

Article about: I thought I would share these here prior to deleting the images. I collected for quite some time but am moving on. It is my hope that posting these in a new forum will further others in thei

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    Very nice bierkrugs. I only have one, but I like them a lot. Very pricey though. I'd hate to be waiting for something like this in our postal system, probably have to send it with a tube of super glue.

    Tom
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    Very interesting never heard of the word/s Bierkrugs!!!
    Actually, Bierkrug (pl. Bierkrüge) is the correct German term. They are not called Stein in German.
    (Stein means "rock" or "stone"; its use as a term describing beer mugs in English-speaking countries comes from the material used for the mugs: Steingut, which means "stoneware"/"earthenware".)

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    Great topic and some very nice Steins/Mugs.
    Contrary to popular belief the word "stein" is a shortened form of 'Steinzeugkrug"(Stoneware jug).
    By common usage stein has come to mean any beer container regardless of material or size,that has a hinged lid and a handle. "Mug" is universally used as the name for those containers that have handles but never had a lid.Click image for larger version. 

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    Heres a couple of mine, both III Reich & Imperial -

    Horst
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    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    Nice thread. I have always liked bierkrugs. You have some nice ones.

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    very nice to see.

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    Lets keep the thread going -

    Heres a early glass Stein with dedication on the lid - although the glass types are not as often seen as the stoneware types they still are not as sought after as the stone type.

    Horst
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    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    Interesting thread. Here is one similar to the one Horst posted.
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    Very interesting thread. These are all very nice Krugs.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    A couple of TR ones and my Imperials.
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    I'm surprised that Goring didn't have a 10 Litre one made with a silver lid......but, who knows? Knowing Him, he probably Did...
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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