Category Archives: Tankards and Stiens

Miller Beer

 

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Frederich J. Miller  –  Brewery Owner
1855 : Founded the Miller Brewing 
Company at Plank Road Brewery.  A German immigrant to the United States, Miller learned the brewing business in Sigmaringen, and his slogan,  “Quality, Uncompromising and Unchanging”,  became the vision and mission for his beer and company.

1981 – 1985 : The Miller Lite World Series of Tavern Pool Tournament

Held at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas in 1983.  Local tavern  8 and 9 Ball Pool players from across the United States received this souvenir tankard along with their competition eligibility upon payment of a $ 9.00 tournament entry fee.

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Object : Tankard
School : John Mc Donogh Sr High School
Known As : Trojans
City : New Orleans
Date : 2013
Gift of Sherrel Compton , JMcD ’92
The B.L.A.S.T. Museum Collection

This heavy, hand painted tankard is a wonderful gift from a wonderful friend. It is a great addition to the B.L.A.S.T. Museum Tankard and Stein Collection and highlights the new installation, the John McDonogh SrHS Alumni Collection.

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New Orleans Saints

Object      : Tankard
Culture     : North American
Country    : U.S.A.
Date            : c.1980
Collection : The B.L.A.S.T. Museum

Founded in 1967, the New Orleans Saints,  a professional American football franchise is based in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Saints are owned by Tom and Rita Benson The team is a member of the National Football Conference, South Division of the National Football League.

The Saints sport a simple FLEUR-DE-LIS team logo and suit up inwhite trimmed BLACK AND GOLD uniforms. Upon league induction home games were played in Tulane Stadium until 1974. The Mercedes- Benz Superdome in New Orleans is the current home  arena of the team. The Saints have two mascots, Gumbo, the St.Bernard dog and the giant puppet, Mr. Saint. In 2009, the Saints had a winning record of 13 – 3 and won the National Football League Super Bowl Championship.

When excited, Saints fans cheer with a roar of “Who Dat ! ”, which is a short version of their repeated chant  … Who Dat! Who Dat, Say Dey Gonna Beat Dem Saints ! Who Dat ! Who Dat !

Tiny Tankards

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Object : Tankard
Culture : American
Country : U S A
Date : c.1985
Dimensions : H : 1.25 in.   X  W : 1.50 in.
Material : Ceramic

These little shot tankards are National Football League collectibles. During the 1980,s these tankards were sold as gum ball machine novelties at the staggering price of .50 cents.

Thermal Tankard

Object    : Thermal Tankard
Country  : USA
Culture   : USA
20th Century
B.L.A.S.T. Museum

 

 

 

This thermal tankard is a modern style blended with historic design. A cross between a tankard and a thermos, with the ability to handle both hot and cold beverages. B.L.A.S.T. Museum Investigators have determined that this one may have also been used as a coffee pot.

This object is still under research and will be updated soon.

Lowenbrau

                                                            
Glass Stein/Tankard
20th Century [Celtic] Germany
THE B.L.A.S.T Museum Collection

This Lowenbrau collectible stein is made from thick glass to withstand spirited clinking during merriment. It serves a single 12oz. pour and the handle helps to eliminate heat transfer from the hand to the glass while drinking.

Heineken

Object : Tankard/Stein
Culture : [Dutch]
Country : Germany
Date : 20th Century
Collection : B.L.A.S.T. Drinking Vessels

This Heineken collectible is an example of a mug. A mug is simply a stubby tankard that does not have a lid. This mug is also an eye-catching attraction of the B.L.A.S.T.Museum Tankard And Stein permanent collection.