MTH is doing a O scale premier car of the Great Lakes Brewing Co. I plan to get one for my beer train as well as my Christmas train.  How many would be interested in a tinplate version?   O scale, standard gauge both?  I would fall under the “both” category!    What’s say you?   

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overlandflyer posted:

the gondola picture on the bottle and six holder looks great, but a picture of a gondola on the side of a reefer?  ...doesn't really seem to make sense.  how about Santa tossing back a cold one with the Mrs. on Christmas morning or New Year's Eve?

I tend to agree.  The picture of a gondola on a boxcar just seems a little off.

May God Bless us all.

I got to drink a bottle at Christmas. Neighbors brought them home from Michigan. I kept the bottle and put it on my shelf in my train room.

I didn’t really like the boxcar mockup. I’ll just find some shiny red ornaments and put them in my green tinplate gondola.

George

 

Robert S. Butler posted:

It doesn't do anything for me.  What I wish someone would do would be an O gauge tinplate lithographed version of almost any of the billboard reefers that Atlas has made in O gauge. 

Those Atlas reefers are valuable even in plastic!

George

Robert S. Butler posted:

It doesn't do anything for me.  What I wish someone would do would be an O gauge tinplate lithographed version of almost any of the billboard reefers that Atlas has made in O gauge. 

GREAT IDEA!

I would buy a tinplate reefer for any beer made in Wisconsin and particularly Milwaukee!

Bob Nelson

I could be mistaken here....but I think OLD versions of the Gondola pictured on the six pack carton had "Lionel" on the top, left side of the car.

But, the lawyers got involved and that went......away.

It's a great tasting beer and if you're ever in CLE, stopping at their restaurant/brew pub on West 25th is a great idea.....although they're currently closed for some short term rennovations.

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