TENNENT'S LAGER LOVELIES ARCHIVE

( INCORPORATING A FULL SCOTTISH CAN ARCHIVE )

 
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 Penny
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 2nd Lovelies
 3rd Lovelies
 4th Lovelies
 5th Lovelies
 6th Lovelies
 7th lovelies
 8th Lovelies

9th Lovelies

10th Lovelies

11th Lovelies

12th Lovelies

Test Cans

Piper Export

Bit of Fun

Current Cans

Cans Wanted

New To Me

Scottish Cones

 Other Tennent's Cans

Other Scottish Cans

Newspaper Adverts

TV Adverts

Calendars

Party Cans

Scottish Series

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Scottish Beer Tray's

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Violet

 

From the very first girl "Ann" who appeared on a set of 20 cans showing pictures of English Scenes in 1962.

All the way to "Violet" who appeared in the last set of girls in 1991. A wide spectrum indeed, over nearly 30 years. From the red of the original cans to Violet

at the end of the line.

This site sets out to give a full pictorial record of all the girls that have appeared on the Tennent's cans over the years. There are many books that show the cans,

but none of them give the full picture. I have tried to give as much detailed information regarding the cans and their variations as possible.

I have endeavoured to produce a complete catalogue of all of the girls that have been pictured on Tennent's cans over the years. Much of the information is available in

the Lager Lovelies book by Antony Kamm and the late Charles Schofield. That took the history of all Tennent's cans up to 1982. As we know the girls appeared

up until their demise in 1991. The sizes that 1 have shown are rounded up to the two main standard sizes of  12oz & 16oz.  


New can from Tennent's

New can launched this month fro Tennent's - it a minimal design can for the new Original Export Lager.

 


Brewdog here in cans

Brewdog Brewery from Fraserburgh have produced two of their beers in can - hopefully more to come

Click HERE to see more

 

 

Hugh Tennent and his Monkey's

Following on from the Tennent's new advertising campaign - which features some very funny adverts featuring the slightly mad

Hugh Tennent - here we have an example of what one of his famous cans might have looked like with his favourite monkey.

 


Tennent's Promotional Can

It's the start of the new football season, both Rangers and Celtic have Tennent's as their sponsors.

Back in 1991 a can was produced for a promotional event between Rangers and Tennent's, something fell through, they were sponsored

by McEwan's and it was the cup competition sponsored by Tennent's hence they never made it onto the market,

this can was kindly donated by Mr R. Finlay and came from the Crown Cork factory in Livingston.

Click HERE to see more

 

 

More Bernard's cans on display

I've come across more Bernard's cans from Edinburgh - does anybody have them in their collection ?

Click HERE to see more


 

At long last I have added a catalogue of

PIPER EXPORT cans to the site

A total of 21 different editions covering over 150 different Piper cans

Click  HERE  to see more.

Let me know what you think about the sets as I am always open to suggestions,

if I have missed any out that should be shown here drop me a note.


50 Years of our Sweetheart Stout girl.

This year we reach the 50th anniversary of the Sweetheart Stout can featuring VENETIA STEVENSON

1958 - 2008

Click HERE  to see more.

DOES ANYBODY OUT THERE HAVE A COPY OF THE ORIGINAL PICTURE USED ON THE 1958 CAN - AS I WOULD LIKE TO GET A COPY OF IT.

 

 

New Usher's Cans Discovered

I've come across a set of Usher's cans from Edinburgh that I have never seen before - does anybody have them in their collection ?

Click HERE to see more

 


 

Lager Lovelies Book Differences

It had been brought to my attention a while ago that there were differences in pictures of the early Tennent's cans in versions of the "Lager Lovelies Book".

Click HERE to see the differences.


 

BEER CANS WANTED

I am always on the look out for Older Scottish and Tennent's cans for my own collection. If you have any please drop me a line at the e-mail address on the bottom of this page.

A sample of the sort of cans that I am looking for can be found on my wanted page.

Click HERE to see them.


 

A Little Help Required

As I mentioned above I have referred to the Lager Lovelies book while doing much of my research in to Scottish cans in general.

You will notice that there are 3 new pages on the site. They are still under construction so keep coming back to see how they are progressing.

With the Scottish series cans, I need you to supply me with info on cans that you know about and even to supply pictures of them - I will post any that I get and put you name on the credits page.

Any comments will be much appreciated.


 

New Features

You may have noticed the newer green buttons on the left. These are links to pages that will eventually show all of the Scottish beer cans that are in my own collection and others that I know about. This will take a while to complete as there are 2000 can variations that I have come across - keep checking back to see how I am getting on.

Any comments or help with pictures of cans that that I have not shown will be much appreciated.

E-mail me :-   neil@cannyscot.com