THE WEB SITE OF DAN SCOGLIETTI BCCA #26172
MEMBER OF THE RUSTY BUNCH, ROADRUNNER , AND A-1CHAPTERS OF THE BCCA
I BUY OLDER BEER CANS
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Howdy, and welcome to Canmandan's beer can and brewery collectible site. I’ve been a beer can collector since 1973. I collect flat top and cone top beer cans, mainly specializing in California cans (the best beer cans ever made!) I currently reside in Albuquerque but travel the country adding new addtions to the collection. My favorite cans, bottles and signs are from Acme Breweries of SF and Los Angeles, Rainier brewing company of San Francisco ,Grace Brothers Brewery company of Santa Rosa California or Maier brewing company of Los Angeles, Aztez brewing of San Diego makers of ABC beer, Burgermeister brewing company of SF (aka San Francisco brewery company) , Lucky breweries, Eastside brewery company of LA, Monarch brewing company of LA, Valley Brew from Stockton, Buffalo cans from Sacramento, Golden Glow from Oakland ,also cans from Vernon and Monterey and Manhattan brewing company of Chicago (Brewers of Tiger , Rosalie and Autocrat). I collect US post-war IRTP flat tops (1947-1950). I also collect beer cans from Utah,Texas (especially El Paso's Harry Mitchell's), Arizona (someone please find me an Apache cone top!) and Colorado. I save Goetz Country Club 7oz, 8oz and 12 oz cans. I also like the new Craft cans or micro brewery cans. One of my big Specialities now is prohibition Malt Syrup and Malt Extract tins and labels. Always looking for locations of New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Colorado and California dumps that have beer cans in them. Old beer cans are also found inside barns, basements, attics, garages, and crawlspaces. During remodeling projects cans may be found inside walls and up in rafters. In New Mexico in the 1930s-1950's, some adobe buildings had beer and oil cans used in the walls for insulation. If you know of such buildings in disrepair, please let me know, I'd love to come out and grab some cans and preserve history. Beer cans were also used as pencil holders, heating ducts, containers for nuts and bolts, watering cans and even fishing bobbers. Did your father, uncle, brother , grandfather bring home some olive drab beer cans as a souvenir from World War 2? If so, as a brewery and World War 2 historian, I would love to add those to my collection so I can document them and appreciate them for what they are. Or did you have a relative who worked for a can company and brought home cans and flat sheets of cans ,let me know!
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This site is dedicated to the memory of
AS A MEMBER OF THE 505 PIR OF THE 82nd AIRBORNE and the 413th INFANTRY DIVISION, MY FATHER SERVED IN NORTH AFRICA , SICILY , ITALY, ENGLAND , FRANCE ,HOLLAND , BELGIUM AND GERMANY IN WORLD WAR 2 FOR THE LIBERATION OF EUROPE AND THE DEFEAT OF FACSISM.
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Heres a picture of a late 1930s Apache cone top beer can from the Arizona Brewing company of Phoenix
CMD HOLDING AN ULTRA RARE 1938 SILVER STATE CONE TOP FROM SCHNEIDER BREWING COMPANY OF TRINIDAD COLORADO