American Beer by Pittsburgh Brewing Co. American Sports Legend series for Buffalo, NY. The Picture is of Ed Rutkowski (#1 of a 2 can series).
Roberto Mulas Raggio,sends us this picture of a special edition Brahma Beer from Brazil. This one was released in February of 1997 and features volleyball players. Roberto has singles available for trade.
Roberto Mulas Raggio, sends us this picture of a special edition Brahma Beer from Brazil. This one was released in November 1996 and features a Holiday scene. Roberto has singles available for trade.
Cliff Treend,reports seeing Budweiser Beer by the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co, on the 13th of April 1997 at Walkgreen's in Mountain View, CA in 12 oz. cans. The can looks like a regular Bud can, but the side panel features two soccer players under the Budweiser bowtie logo. Near the bottom of the picture is a circular logo around a soccer ball saying de Futbol Asoc., A. C. Cliff has singles available for trade.
Busch Beer by Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co. The new label for those not getting the NASCAR series.
The Light version of Busch Beer by Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co. The new label for those not getting the NASCAR series.
Colt 45 Malt Liquor by the G. Heilman Brewing Co. Basically the same can with a red circle with the words "Look inside the can to see if you're an instant winner" on one side. Opposite side has "Win $1,000 instantly and shoot for up to $1,000,000".
Coors Light Beer by the Coors Brewing Co. A 16 oz. can saluting 30 years of Hockey Excellence (1967 - 1997) by the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Coors Light Beer by the Coors Brewing Co. A 16 oz. can honoring the Texas Motor Speedway and their inaugural season of 1997.
CSB Golden Beer and CSB Silver Light beer. Both are brewed by the Cold Spring Brewing Co.
Discovery Light beer by the Witchduck Brewing & Malting Co.
Felissimo Original Brew. Made for export to Japan. All of the writing is in Japanese, so not sure who the brewer is. Maybe someone can share some info with us on this one...........
Kevin McCabe,#29959, reports seeing Genny light by the Genesee Brewing Co. It was seen on April the 4th, 1997 at the Keystone Chapter BCCA show, Chambersburg , PA in 12 oz. cans. This is a Salute to the Rochester Red Wings Inagural season, at Frontier Field. The Redwings are the minor league baseball team in Rochester, NY. The can also sports a redesigned front label that is quite destinctive.
Genny Summer Brew, a lager beer flavored with honey, is now being produced by the Genesee Brewing Co.
Gluek, Gluek Dark, and Gluek Light by the Gluek Brewing Co.
Grain Belt Ice by the Minnesota Brewing Co.
Scott Spencer, #28573, reports seeing Hurricane Malt Liquer by the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co. in a 16 oz. can. This is a label change from the 16 oz. can pictured in the Dec/Jan '97 Newsletter and the 24 oz. version pictured in the Apr/May '97 newsletter. I found these a couple of weeks ago in Atlanta, GA. I have singles available for trade.
Iron City Beer, available in both a Light & Premium Beer (Light is shown), by Iron City Brewing Co. Pictures a hand with 4 Superbowl rings. Text reads "Pittsburgh is Playoff Bound" (top), "One For The Thumb The Time Has Come" (middle), and "On the road to New Orleans, LA" (bottom).
Iron City Brewing has another salute to the Pittsburgh Penguins out. This one celebrates 1997 as the Penguins Thirtieth Anniversary season.
Iron City Light by Iron City Brewing, with a salute to the Johnstown, PA East Coast Hockey League team, the Johnstown Chiefs. Johnstown is where the movie "Slapshot" was filmed. The Chiefs are an affiliate team for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Leinenkugel's Honey Weiss Bier by the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Co.
Miller Brewing's salute to the New England Patriots and their 1996 AFC title.
Penthouse Beer by the Minnesota Brewing Co. Another beer made for export to Japan. Features 2 different "Penthouse Pets".
Point Light Beer by the Stevens Point Brewing Co.
St. Ides Gold Beer by the St. Ides Brewing Co, Detroit, MI. Anyone think this may be made by Stroh's Brewing ?. Also on the side panel there is an internet address given......visit them at http://www.goldbeer.com. You see internet addresses everywhere, but this is the first time I remember seeing it on a beer can !
Last updated by Scott & Laura Spencer on 6/8/97