Mason Jar Beer Stein
Vintage design holds a half gallon of beer!
Drink boldly with the Mason Jar Beer Stein.
The vintage design of a mason jar has been paired with the large capacity (and large handle!) of a proper beer stein for Oktoberfest-style drinking anytime of the year.
Made from real heavy duty glass, the Mason Jar Beer Stein boasts a capacity of 64 ounces (that's a half gallon!).
The dishwasher safe beer stein features imprinted measurements in both pints and liters.
Features & specs
- Dimensions: 9.5" x 6" x 4.5"
- Capacity: 64oz (1.89 litres)
- Heavy duty glass
Behold the minotaur of beer-drinking vessels!
The Mason Jar Beer Stein has the body of a mason jar, the usability of a beer stein, and a half-gallon capacity! As you're probably well aware, we love large and odd-shaped beer receptacles, so we're absolutely smitten with the über sturdy Mason Jar Beer Stein.
So heavy you can work out while you drink!
So, let's break this down a bit further. Let's say that there are 50 sips of beer in your completely filled Mason Jar Beer Stein. That's 50 reps at an average weight of 3.25 pounds per rep. Thus, in the 5 minutes it took you to drink that beer, you lifted 162.5 pounds. I think this kind of workout qualifies for a cheat day!
While we prefer to hose out our massive beer-drinking vessels, the slightly more refined crowd will be pleased to know that the Mason Jar Beer Stein is dishwasher safe.
Fun and informative imprinting
While the front of the Mason Jar Beer Stein features the imprint of a beer-themed logo, the back provides markers delineating pints and liters (both in half-pint and half-liter increments, respectively).
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Can it hold other liquids beside beer?
Answer: Nein! The Mason Jar Beer Stein is made of a proprietary glass alloy that automatically disintegrates if anything but beer is poured into it.*
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