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October 2021 Featured Stein

Dümler & Breiden #212 modified for the 1904 Saint Louis World’s Fair
by Michael Finney, member of the Pennsylvania Keysteiners


As October arrives in the United States we soon realize we are approaching Halloween, when masked figures will noisily gather outside our front doors, happy sounds of greeting and laughter, and the challenge of “Trick or Treat!” Everyone knows the threat of a trick is harmless, as the only thing that matters is the sweet treats the visitors will scurry away with. But 200 years ago in Bavaria a noisy gathering outside one’s home was not something to be taken lightly. This month’s Featured Stein article reminds us of vigilante justice carried out in a Feldtreiben. Click the image to read this article.

For more information about Feldtreiben read this article from the September 2010 issue of Prosit.

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Prosit

The Beer Stein Magazine

Also in this issue:

Whites Utica – R. Fox and D. Roche
Military Leaders of the Dual Alliance – T. Hill
Washington Crossing the Del. – W. Vogdes
My First Stein – J. Piet
Reservist Onboard the Imp. Yacht – R. DeSelms
Ludwig Foltz II, Premier Designer – R. DeSelms
A-A-A-0 – L. Foster
A Lost Stein Returns – G. Schamberger
Sarreguemines Stoneware Steins – P. Zirpke
The 2017 SCI Convention Auction – G. Kirsner
Diesinger’s “Big Boys” – W. Vogdes
Photos From the Road – R. Fox
Little Red Riding Hood – S. Smith
A Handel Stein – F. Pociadlo
Homer Simpson and the Biker Hog
Affordable “Go-Withs” – M. Stevenson
3. Badischer Inf. Rgt. No. 111 – J. Harrell
Trink was klar ist” – J. Berg
An August Saeltzer Stein – C. Wheeler
The Clown Duo – D. Harr


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