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Steamer City of Alpena Beer Stein

$27.25

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Steamer City of Alpena Beer Stein
Designed for youby Scenes from the Past
22 oz
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White/Gold
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- $9.50
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- $8.30
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Style: Stein

Don’t just drink beer, celebrate it with a made-to-order Zazzle beer stein. Our traditional German beer mug features ornate borders at the rim and base and a detailed handle. Honor your beer with the right vessel for the job, or give a stein to the beer lover in your life.

  • Available in 2 colors – white with metallic gold and gray with blue color
  • Dimensions: 3” diameter x 6.6" h; 22-ounce capacity
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe (though we recommend keeping your beer icy cold!)
  • Meets or exceeds FDA requirements for food and beverage safety
  • Printed on demand in San Jose, California
About This Design
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Steamer City of Alpena Beer Stein
The SS Alpena was a sidewheel steamer built by Thomas Arnold of Gallagher & Company at Marine City, Michigan in 1866. She was operated by the Goodrich Line after being purchased from Gardner, Ward & Gallagher in April 1868. The Alpena sunk in Lake Michigan in the "Big Blow" storm on October 15, 1880 with the loss of all onboard. Built in 1866, by the Thomas Arnold of Gallagher & Company of Marine City, Michigan, the Alpena was 197 feet in length, 27 feet in breadth, with a depth of 12 feet. It was rated at 654 tons displacement. At least 80 people died when the ship, also carrying a large cargo of apples, capsized in the middle of the lake. The ship was on a trip from Grand Haven, Michigan to Chicago, Illinois and was spotted at 8:00 am on October 16 in heavy seas. Some time later, probably due to a shift in the cargo on deck caused by the waves, it capsized and drifted northwest. On the 17th, debris including a piano came ashore in Holland, Michigan while apples and wood debris were found at Saugatuck. Restored and enhanced by Scenes from the Past. A SFTP EXCLUSIVE!
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