Patent No. D4641S: Design For Molds For Lager-Beer Glasses

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Today in 1871, US Patent D4641 S was issued, an invention of John P. Pears, for his “Design For Molds For Lager-Beer Glasses.” There’s no Abstract, although in the description it includes this summary:

I have invented a new and useful Design for Mold for Lager-beer Glass; and I do hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description thereof, reference being/had to the accompanying drawing making a part of this specification, which represents a sectional view of a dropmold, and illustrates my improved design.

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Patent No. D698201S1: Beer Glass

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Today in 2014, US Patent D698201 S1 was issued, an invention of Brian Rice Bradford and Klas Fredrik Perman, for their “Beer Glass.” There’s no Abstract, although in the description it includes this summary:

We claim the ornamental design for beer glass, as shown and described. The claim to the beer glass is directed to the collective appearance of the articles shown, including a transparent body, transparent interior portion, and lid.

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Patent No. 4183226A: Refrigerated Beverage Holder

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Today in 1980, US Patent 4183226 A was issued, an invention of Stanley R. Moore, assigned to Freeze Sleeves Of America, Inc., for his “Refrigerated Beverage Holder.” Here’s the Abstract:

Means for chilling and insulating a canned or bottled beverage such as beer including a cylindrical sleeve of reusable refrigerant disposed within an insulative beverage can holder and displacing the annular “dead air” cavity between a beverage can situated therein and the side walls of the holder. The reusable refrigerant is a substance which may be frozen in conventional refrigerator freezers whereby the refrigerant in a frozen state will chill and keep chilled beer or the like disposed there within. In this manner, a beverage may be quickly chilled whether initially refrigerated or not and while being consumed out of doors. Moreover, the chilled temperature is normally unachievable in conventional refrigerators and is especially not maintainable for any length of time in conventional “dead-air” insulative holders.

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Patent No. 2665936A: Beer Can Handle

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Today in 1954, US Patent 2665936 A was issued, an invention of Walter G. Moore, for his “Beer Can Handle.” There’s no Abstract, although in the description it includes this summary:

This invention relates to a handle for beer cans and the like, and has for its principal object the provision of a simple, economical, one-piece structure which can be instantly snapped on and off a tin can to provide a handle therefor, and to form a drinking receptacle therefrom.

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Patent No. 715828A: Tray For Beer Glasses

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Today in 1902, US Patent 715828 A was issued, an invention of Albert Markmann, for his “Tray For Beer Glasses.” There’s no Abstract, although in the description it includes this summary:

This invention relates to supports or saucers for beer-glasses and the like; and my improvements in the same consist in certain arrangements and combinations of parts, as are fully described hereinafter.

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Patent No. 20100304005A1: Pouring Spoon For Producing Layered Beverages

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Today in 2010, US Patent 20100304005 A1 was issued, an invention of James M. Beale, for his “Pouring Spoon For Producing Layered Beverages.” Here’s the Abstract:

A pouring spoon (301) is provided which comprises a bowl (303) and a handle attached to said bowl. The handle has first (321), second (323) and third (325) segments, wherein said second segment is attached to said first segment by way of a first bend (322), wherein said second segment is attached to said third segment by way of a second bend (324), and wherein said third segment is attached to said bowl by way of a third bend (326).

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Patent No. 4555034A: Beer Mug

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Today in 1985, US Patent 4555034 A was issued, an invention of Ludwig Gerhards, for his “Beer Mug.” Here’s the Abstract:

A beer mug is formed of the mug container and a lid made out of wood. The lid is hingedly connected to the handle secured to the mug container and can be releasably attached to the handle by a snapping connecting device which includes a connecting element of an elastic plastics on the lid and a hinge mounted on the handle and provided with a pivot which can be snapped into a slot formed on the end portion of the elastic connecting element.

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Patent No. 2660039A: Drinking Glass Construction

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Today in 1953, US Patent 2660039 A was issued, an invention of Carl D. Newell, for his “Drinking Glass Construction.” There’s no Abstract, although in the description it includes this summary:

It is, therefore, the primary object of the present invention to provide drinking glasses and other relative glass matching items wherein the main body or base thereof is constructed of a plastic composition such as fine porcelain or china, pottery or other ceramic materials capable of withstanding the intense heat used in firing patterns or designs, to the end that drinking glasses and relative glass items may be provided with designs or patterns identical with the designs or patterns used on dinner or dish sets constructed of porcelain or pottery or ceramic materials thereby completing the set even to the drinking glasses.

Another object of the invention is to provide drinking glasses and relative glass matching items constructed of porcelain, pottery or other ceramic materials, and having a part or liner of glass or similar material extending beyond the upper edge of the body or base portion of the drinking glass, providing a lip engaging portion so that the person using a drinking glass will get the same effect in drinking from the glass as he would from the usual glass tumbler.

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Patent No. D136684S: Design For A Drinking Glass

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Today in 1943, US Patent D136684 S was issued, an invention of George L. Kearney, for his “Design for a Drinking Glass.” There’s no Abstract, although in the description it includes this summary:

The ornamental design for a drinking glass, and ornamental Design for a Drinking Glass, substantially as shown.

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Patent No. 1981627A: Coaster

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Today in 1934, US Patent 1981627 A was issued, an invention of Ralph S. Merriman, assigned to the Closure Service Company, for his “Coaster.” There’s no Abstract, although in the description it includes this summary:

My invention relates to an article of manufacture designed for use as a tray or holder for glass tumblers, bottles or the like.

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