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1950s Ballantine Beer Foam Scraper Holder Rare Vintage Barware Breweriana NYC Advertising Collectable Display P. Ballantine & Sons Newark, NJ, USA measures 7 x 5 x 7" high.
A Classic back Bar Piece with Doulble layered two tiered Cobalt Cup for foam catching.In great condition with No cracks or chips.Sports the Ballantine Pretzel Three Rings of Purity, Body and Flavor.Also makes a Great desk Caddy or holder for Tooth Brushes !
Ballantine was an American brewery. It was best known for Ballantine Ale, a pale ale that is one of the oldest brands of beer in the United States. At its peak, Ballantine was the 4th largest brewer in the United States.
The Ballantine logo is three interlocking rings, in a design known as Borromean rings. New York Yankees announcer Mel Allen called it "the Three-Ring Sign."[3] In the logo used in advertising, the rings were labeled "Purity, Body, Flavor".[4][5] According to one legend, Peter Ballantine was inspired to use the pattern after seeing condensation rings left by beer glasses on a tabletop.[6]

Bottles of Ballantine's can be seen in photos of American World War II aviators debriefing on Iwo Jima after a raid against Tokyo.[7]

1950s Ballantine Beer Foam Scraper Caddy Holder Rare Vintage Barware Breweriana NYC Advertising Collectable Display


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