Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Beer Steins - Discount for Blog Readers

The beer stein had its origins in the 1500's. Originally made out of stone, glass steins were introduced at the 1892 Oktoberfest for hygienic reasons. Beer steins can be found in a wide variety of materials; glass, porcelain, pewter, even wood. They may be ornately decorated or plain. The traditional pewter lid with the thumb lever was a means of keeping insects out of the beer. These days, most beer steins do not have lids, but the classic lidded stein is still much in demand by collectors.

I get emails about beer steins from readers of the Musings very frequently, so I know many folks enjoy collecting, and using, these fanciful containers. Therefore I am pleased to announce a special offer for readers of Musings Over a Pint, thanks to

1001 Beer Steins is offering fans of Musings Over a Pint a 15% discount on purchases from Peruse their extensive selection of traditional steins and other mugs and glasses. Then simply enter the Coupon Code: 15OFF when you check out.

Thank you to for their sponsorship of Musings Over a Pint.

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