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  1. Assorted German Brewery Ceramic Pilsner Mugs Set of 6

    Assorted German Brewery Ceramic Pilsner Mugs Set of 6

    Product ID: 4802

    Enjoy your beer in a high quality German Pilsner Stein! Tall, thin shape allows highly carbonated European beers to breath. Six foreign labels. Availability of labels may change from time to time. Glassware from Germany. Volume: 0.50, 9.25 inches tall.
    $224.95
  2. 0.5 Liter Ceramic Stein with Pretzel Handle

    0.5 Liter Ceramic Stein with Pretzel Handle

    Product ID: 20079

    Like beer? Like pretzels? Then this is the stein for you! Bring this ceramic beer stein with pretzel handle to your next Oktoberfest party! Product Specifications: 05 liters Material: ceramic Features a pretzel handle.
    $24.95
  3. Ceramic German Village Beer Stein Shot Glass

    Ceramic German Village Beer Stein Shot Glass

    Product ID: S431

    Ceramic German Village Beer Stein Shot Glass
    $6.95
  4. Ceramic Rothenberg Beer Stein Shot Glass

    Ceramic Rothenberg Beer Stein Shot Glass

    Product ID: S416

    Ceramic Rothenberg Beer Stein Shot Glass
    $6.95
  5. Assorted 0.5 Liter German Brewery Ceramic Stein Set of 6

    Assorted 0.5 Liter German Brewery Ceramic Stein Set of 6

    Product ID: 4753

    German brewery half liter beer mugs are a classic way to enjoy beer. Each stein hold over half a liter of beer and they are chip resistant, dishwasher safe, and freezer safe. 5.25 inches tall.
    $128.95

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The Most Complete Selection

 

We have the most complete selection of traditional ceramic German steins available. You'll find exactly what you're looking for in our wide selection of ceramic steins ranging from traditional decorative German steins to ceramic Germany brewery steins and every combination in between.

 

Steins

 

The word "stein" comes from the German word for stone, as in stoneware or ceramic. The common material for steins before the introduction of glass was fired ceramic.

 

Lids

 

Most of our traditional ceramic steins have lids. Lids were originally used for sanitary reasons to keep insects out of the stein. However, now they are mostly used for decorative steins. Besides the more expensive decorative steins, we have a great selection of practical ceramic steins - Hofbrauhaus ceramic steins, official Oktoberfest ceramic steins, assorted German Brewery ceramic steins, and plain 1 liter ceramic steins.

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