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BEER CANS & BREWERY COLLECTIBLES
July August 2016


BREWERIANA COLLECTORS
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Bored on a Sunday afternoon, ready for Canvention. Tough zip Sunday. Let's see your best. ... See MoreSee Less

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STILL NEED:
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Bengals
Bills
Broncos
Buccaneers
Chargers
Dolphins
Falcons
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Patriots
Rams???
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Art LaComb shared Art's Beer Cans's photo to the group: Beer Can Collectors. ... See MoreSee Less

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Labatt drinking water cans directly from the devasting fire in Ft. McMurray, Alberta this year. This is a purely "Canadian" can (Crown), Labatt Brewing/La Brasserie Labatt unlike the same-label one I got a few years back from a good friend that is a U.S. made Ball can listing both Labatt Canada and A-B Cartersville, Georgia. ... See MoreSee Less

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Cans 1 liter
$15 - Belo Horizonte
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All cans are $1 each plus shipping ... See MoreSee Less

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How many of you have this ''Boozers'' gag flat top can? ... See MoreSee Less

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New cans on Monday. Thanks to Bills Beer Cans and Art LaComb for the Drewrys Bock. A most wanted!! ... 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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