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Beer Stein Price

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  • Beer stein or simply stein (pronounced 'shtine') is an English neologism for either traditional beer mugs made out of stoneware, or specifically ornamental beer mugs that are usually sold as souvenirs or collectibles.
  • the amount of money needed to purchase something; "the price of gasoline"; "he got his new car on excellent terms"; "how much is the damage?"
  • Decide the amount required as payment for (something offered for sale)
  • monetary value: the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold); "the fluctuating monetary value of gold and silver"; "he puts a high price on his services"; "he couldn't calculate the cost of the collection"
  • determine the price of; "The grocer priced his wares high"

Pabst: The Conclusion (Story Inside)
Pabst: The Conclusion (Story Inside)
(The Cellar bartenders, Kat and Jason.) It is good to know that sometimes an individual can still make a difference. It gives you hope for the future. It juices you for the bigger battles down the road. More importantly, one hopes it inspires others to try and right their own perceived injustices in the world. While my report about outrageously expensive Pabst Beer being served at the Cellar (The Cellar Opens This Week; Pabst Is $4.50-March 11, 2008) may not have seemed as lofty a story as The District usually reports, I believe it was every bit as important as those other weighty issues they tackle on a weekly basis. Stories such as the scandal at the Press-Telegram, pollution on our beaches, homeless Vets sleeping in our parks and really bad movies that were filmed in 2006 and starred Leonardo DiCaprio have appeared in The District Weekly. All were very noble endeavors worthy of the reader’s attention. Unfortunately, as of this writing, none of those atrocities has been brought to a satisfactory conclusion. I endeavor to bring you hope with my next sentence. The price of a Pabst Beer at the Cellar has been lowered from the obscene price of $4.50 a glass to a more reasonable $3.50. The word Hero has been thrown around all too often since I became aware of the price change. And while it is I doing most of the throwing, it certainly doesn’t make the term any less apt in my mind. Also, I figure once the story of this glorious battle spreads some others of you might be inclined to join in with the flinging and if that label happens to stick...well. If that is the case then I say, so be it. But, I also say in order to do honor in the telling of my valiant “war on stein” (You like that? A little play on words there.) you must not leave out the others who were involved. Let’s see, there were me...and…the Goliath of a corporation who blinked allowing victory to be mine. Or rather, ours. For only with lower beer prices can we have higher intoxication for the poor. Only with cheaper drink specials can the unwashed masses crowd in next to the clean pressed sect and paw through the trail mix with their grubby fingers liberating the M&Ms from the pretzels and, what is that…chex? This fight is over and the victory is quite intoxicating in its own right. However, I will not rest--as they say--on my laurels. Far from it. I will continue to roam the bars every night seeking out injustice from the seediest dives to the highest-falutin clubs where they insist on collared shirts trying to make me dress like some kinda Dandy. And I further swear to be an inspiration to my fellow muckrakers at The District. Calling them on the phone at any hour, day or night, drunk or sober, rallying the troops with shouts of encouragement just when their moral is at its weakest and their spirit is broken to the point of falling asleep: “WAKE UP, JENNY STOCKDALE! LET’S TEAR DOWN THAT BREAKWATER ALREADY!”
Olympia Beer Stein (made in W. Germany)
Olympia Beer Stein (made in W. Germany)
Olympia Beer Stein purchased during a visit to the Olympia Brewery (Tumwater WA) in summer 1983. History of Olympia Brewing Company, according to Wikipedia: The Olympia Brewing Company began brewing Olympia Beer at the Olympia Brewery in 1896 at the Tumwater Falls of the Deschutes River and continued until Prohibition. It was founded by Leopold Schmidt, a German immigrant living in Montana. After Prohibition ended, a new brewery was erected just upstream from the original. Olympia Beer was a very popular regional Pacific Northwest brand which eventually expanded nationwide, positioned as a low-price beer. During the 1970s, Olympia acquired Hamm's and Lone Star. The Schmidt Family, which owned and operated the Brewery and company, elected to sell to Heilemann's Old Style Beer Company in 1982. Heilemann's was subsequently purchased by Pabst in 1983. As with many other regional breweries, ownership of this brewery eventually passed through several corporations including Pabst, G. Heileman, and Stroh's, until the brewery was eventually purchased by SABMiller. For a time, the Olympia brewery took over the brewing of other Pacific Northwest brands as their original breweries were closed one by one, including the Lucky Lager brewery in Vancouver, Washington, the Henry Weinhard's brewery in Portland, Oregon, and the Rainier Beer brewery in Seattle, Washington. Miller closed the Olympia brewery on July 1, 2003 citing the unprofitability of such a small brewery.

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