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BEER CANS & BREWERY COLLECTIBLES
September/October 2016
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Any ideas on removing yellow smoke color from cans from a smokers environment? ... See MoreSee Less

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Here's some recent additions to the collection. Not the greatest shape on some of them of course but they look great on the shelf. I'm loving the Oertels 92 juice tab. National is a zip. ... See MoreSee Less

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I'm a former collector. I love looking at cans still.
I see them from time to time at sales. I know about flats and cones, but is there still a market for 70's cans, the ones we all had collections of back then?
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Just look at the shine in that flat lid! Best can I bought all year.....an Uncle Daev special! ... See MoreSee Less

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One of those Sicks,Rainier Ale 11 oz cans SS BO G1 Zip ... See MoreSee Less

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Question. Where can I find the catalog or index of can identification numbers? Like this one Red Cap Ale 119-7. ... See MoreSee Less

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Just sharing
$9 - Havertown, PA (19083)

Autographed by Dick Yuengling
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This 16oz Soul beer can is available from Art's Beer Cans. Get more details, pictures, and price by clicking the link below. ... See MoreSee Less

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Silly me. Bought another can collection. ... See MoreSee Less

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Kazakhstan beer cans for sale ... See MoreSee Less

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$99 - Tallahassee, FL (32312)
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(SOLD) can
$562 - Sanborn, NY (11132)

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hey i just sent to ebay w everything in selling. is this the smartest way? need feedback pls on best way to sell these cans. thanks ... See MoreSee Less

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found this one yesterday ... See MoreSee Less

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Today is my birthday and this is my gift from my beautiful wife. A while back, this can showed up on eBay, but it was during a time when all of my funds were being diverted to pay medical bills and I couldn't buy it. Steve Freedman took it into himself to buy it and offer to sell it to me for exactly what he bought it for(way too cool!) My wife told me to buy it and it was delivered to our house while I was working. I knew what I was getting but I wasn't allowed to see it until tonight (torture!) ... See MoreSee Less

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COLLECTING FOR
FUN. ART. HERITAGE.

As a catalyst for socialization, beer and brewing have been parts of our culture for a long, long time. That includes pop culture. During the 1970s beer can collecting was one of the country’s fastest-growing hobbies among kids and adults alike. Often called a fad then, we’re here to say that beer advertising collecting is still alive and kicking, growing as fast as ever thanks to social media, online auctions, and a boom in craft brewing that’s introduced thousands of new collectibles with wild, eye-catching designs. And thanks to the fun and enjoyment it brings to those who do it.

Collecting is fun no matter how or why we do it, whether it’s to decorate a man cave, to compete with kids at school to grow a mega collection of caps, or to seek high-end vintage cans worth thousands of dollars. However or why you do it, the BCCA welcomes you; not only as a fellow fun-loving collector but as a steward of beer heritage!

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