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I pretty much left a can site years ago due to more then just negative comments. more like verbal assaults, insults, & wolf pack lynch mob mentality by some instigators & backstabbers which I tried to ignore for 15+ years. This bottle site seems much more Friendly in my opinion.
 

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Was a lone Bottle Collector amidst a sea of Beer Can Collectors at the recent BCCA Canvention held in Louisville. While there I entered a display of KENTUCKY HISTORIC EMBOSSED BEER BOTTLES and called it BLUEGRASS GLASS. They awarded the display 1st place in the Open Category.
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Uncle Bruce
Was a lone Bottle Collector amidst a sea of Beer Can Collectors at the recent BCCA Canvention held in Louisville. While there I entered a display of KENTUCKY HISTORIC EMBOSSED BEER BOTTLES and called it BLUEGRASS GLASS. They awarded the display 1st place in the Open Category.
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UncleBruce, I read this article on my phone when you first posted it. Well Done!! I was looking at it just now on my laptop and was able to read the names on the bottles from your display. I thought you might be interested to know that the Sig Luscher Capital Brewing Company has been resurrected in Frankfort, Kentucky by, I believe, a descendant of Sig Luscher. Here is the link to the history page of their website. I wish I could tell you how wonderful their beer is, but, alas, I am not a beer drinker. https://www.sigluscherbrewery.com/history
Steve
 

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Uncle Bruce

UncleBruce, I read this article on my phone when you first posted it. Well Done!! I was looking at it just now on my laptop and was able to read the names on the bottles from your display. I thought you might be interested to know that the Sig Luscher Capital Brewing Company has been resurrected in Frankfort, Kentucky by, I believe, a descendant of Sig Luscher. Here is the link to the history page of their website. I wish I could tell you how wonderful their beer is, but, alas, I am not a beer drinker. https://www.sigluscherbrewery.com/history
Steve
Thanks for the info, link and kind words.
 

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On behalf of the Federation of Bottle Collectors and its Board of Directors I offer you our sincere congratulations and a hearty WELL DONE!
I'll go you one better. I Proclaim November 1st Uncle Bruce's day. Let me know if anybody's boss needs a note so you can go out digging that day.
 

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