Here is a great tin sign from the Falstaff brand of beer. Falstaff originated with the William J. Lemp Brewing Company which was based in St. Louis, MO. This brand eventually opened up multiple breweries throughout the United States, including New Orleans, LA, San Jose, CA, Omaha, NE, Cranston, R.I., Tampa, FL, etc. The blue…Details
This is a rare Stern Brau Beer sign made by the Star-Peerless Brewery in Belleville, Illinois, 1935. The Stern Brau brand was their flagship beer. This sign depicts an image of a paper label beer bottle on the left. On the right, it reads “Try The New Champion Stern Brau, The BEER with a PUNCH”. The Star-Peerless Brewery produced two other versions of this sign. One sign was in a predominantly yellow background and the other one with a green background.
The Stern Brau brand was discontinued in the late 1940’s. Stern Brau was a major competitor to the Stag Brand in Belleville brewed by the Griesedieck Western Brewery Company.