European collector of beer and wine larger jugs, pitchers

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    Waldemar Styblo

    I am a collector of larger beer and wine jugs, pitchers (higher then 20 cm, ca 8 1/2″). I´m from Europe – the Czech Republic. I would like to join a club, an association, so that I can share my interest, exchange information, exchange contacts for possible sources of interesting additions to the collections …. I should seek membership in your club or recommend me another association, perhaps more localized in Europe, etc.?
    Stay Safe All at this covid times!

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    George

    Waldemar,

    Thank you for contacting us and I think you will be a perfect fit for our organization, as we to like to share our knowledge of beer steins and jugs with each other.

    Here you will find information on how to join us and the two chapters we have in Europe.

    How to join us: https://stein-collectors.org/JoinRenew/v2/JoinRenew.php?mode=LIVE

    Our European chapters located at the bottom of the page: https://stein-collectors.org/chapters/chapters_2021.html

    If you need further information or assistance please ask.

    George

  • #53475 Reply

    Ron

    Waldemar,

    There are some stein collectors in Hungary. See https://stein-collectors.org/showtell/200904Apr/Hungary.htm. The article has some contact information.

    If you really like large jugs, check out this giant Bembel, https://www.fr.de/frankfurt/weltgroesster-bembel-kommt-museum-11286943.html. A Bembel is a jug used in Hesse to serve apple wine (cider). This one was commissioned by the city of Frankfort for their annual festival. It is said to hold 690 liters.

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      Ron

      Wa;demar,

      I am writing an article on Really Big Steins. I hope to have it done for our September issue of Prosit.

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