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Trappiste St. Arnould Belgium Brewery sign RARE!No2020-11-06$50.00
This is a very simple sign from St. Arnould brewery in Belgium. I am trying to locate info on the actual brewery, but other than a couple of coasters and and one sign on the web, there is nothing about this sign. It does pre-date 1964 when breweries were not supposed to use the name Trappist when advertising their beers, but other than that, I am not sure of the sate' only that I have had for 25 years.
Brewery Verlinden Paterken Poster - Very Rare! 1920's - 1930'sNo2020-11-06$90.00
Another beautiful framed sign from my collection. One of a kind poster for Brouwerij Verlinden in Tounhout which closed in 1940. This poster could be from the 1920's or 1930's, but in any case this poster survived WW2, which is impressive. It is in excellent condition considering the age. It does have some slight brown spots at the bottom of the poster - but look at that image - stellar!
2008 Sierra Nevada Harvest Wet Hop Ale Framed Hop SackNo2013-04-01$100.00
JUST REDUCED! Very rare and hard to find, this is a framed hop sack, used in the harvest of the 2008 release of Sierra Nevada's Harvest Wet Hop Ale. It is framed using 100 year old salvaged Douglas Fir wood reclaimed from a hay barn in Sheridan, Oregon. Truly a showcase piece for any avid beer collector.