In this section of the website I have listed all 275ml or 9-2/3 fl oz beercans I have in my collection at this moment.
As you can see at some pictures, I
do have several cans with rust and dents etc. If
you have any of these cans in a better condition or if you have a can that isn't on a
picture at all; please mail me at;
I am sure we can work out
something that make the both of us happy!!!
Like the old wisdom says; "A picture says more than thousand words", I will show 4 pictures of each can.
For me this is the best way to compare cans with others. Specially because I collect these cans with all minor variations like can manufacturers, contents or brewery changes, different stamps on bottom etcetera.
Here's a short explanation:
+: By clicking on the + you open a new page with larger pictures of the can
First line: 4 pictures of each sides of the can.
2017#: The first number is the new 2016 numbering. I added some cans this year which were new for me. Cans are listed in alphabetic order.
2016#: The second number was the 2015 numbering. Most of the numbers are unchanged, the reason of changing the numbers are the new found cans.
BCCA + CBoFBC: These are reference numbers; The reference number compares with the page-number and the can-number in the guide. There are 2 guides I used;
The first is from an article in the Brewery Collectibles Club of America (Feb/March 2005) written by Sean Kelly. In this article you can find almost all Cone Tops and Flat Tops known to excist.
The second guide is the Class Book of Foreign Beer Cans vol 1. (1984) By Jeffrey C. Cameron.
Second line middle: Name of the can
Third line middle: I try to give a short description on the can. Hereby I had a lot of help from a list of cans from Sean Kelley.(Looking forward to any improvements...)
TYPE OF CAN: I used the following abbreviations; FT – Flat top, SS – Straight Steel, CS – Crimped Steel, DS – Drawn Steel, AA – All Aluminium.
Manufacturer: Most cans have a little manufacturer mark. Some of them don’t. In that case I wrote “not mentioned”.