Breweriana

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Breweriana commonly refers to any article containing a brewery name or brand name, usually in connection to collecting them as a hobby. Examples include beer cans, beer bottle, bottle opener, tin signs, coasters, beer trays, beer tap, wooden cases and neon signs.

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Breweriana first appeared in the National lexicon[citation needed] with the 1972 formulation of the National Association of Breweriana Advertising, also known as NABA. According to 2006-2008 NABA President Lawrence R. "Larry" Moter Jr., Breweriana is defined as “collectible historical Brewery advertising”.[citation needed]

NABA is also the publisher of The Breweriana Collector, a quarterly publication said to be "America’s Oldest National Breweriana Journal”.[citation needed] The term Breweriana is also utilized by other collector Associations, including The East Coast Breweriana Association and the American Breweriana Association.

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