"Pabst An Excavation of Art" by Paul Bialas

"Pabst An Excavation of Art" is a 8.5" x 11.5", 188 page, hand signed and numbered photography book focusing on the abandoned buildings of the Milwaukee Pabst Brewery from author Paul Bialas. The book comes with an Authentic label from Pabst brewery, dust jacket, and an included 70 minute audio CD featuring interviews with former employees and historians telling fun stories from working at the brewery as well as the brewery's history.

"Schlitz Brewing Art" by Paul Bialas

"Schlitz Brewing Art" captures evocative interior images from the famous Milwaukee Schlitz Brewery. These striking images, accompanied by written excerpts, anecdotes, and quotations illuminating the brewery's dynamic past, preserve the historical witness of these now-silent buildings-it being nearly three decades since their activity ceased. As an added bonus, attached at the back of the 8.5" x 11.5", 220 page book is a 70 minute audio CD.

"The Taps" by Jamie Woody

"The Taps" is an oil on canvas painting by Houston-based artist Jamie Woody, specially commissioned by for reproduction as a limited edition. The original was featured at the beer festival co-hosted by and the Houston City Club on March 28th, 2013, and received strong interest from those in attendance.

"The Start Of Something Great" by Gunnar Crew

"The Start Of Something Great" is a limited edition print available exclusively through from one of the early members of the BeerLovers community, Gunnar Crew. This was the first item officially listed in the BeerLovers Marketplace, and is featured in the advertisement on page 117 of the 2012 Great American Beer Festival program guide celebrating the Marketplace's launch.