How to get the Beer Stein Display Case plans in Fallout 76

Seasons greetings.

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Beer Steins are one of the many collectibles that you can find throughout the lands of Appalachia. Like the Bobbleheads and Magazines, you can display your Beer Steins proudly in your C.A.M.P. You have to find them first, however, and that is much easier said than done. Of course, once you get them, you will need the Beer Stein Display Case to show them off. Here is how you can get the Beer Stein Display Case plan in Fallout 76.

How to get the Beer Stein Display Case plan

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Obtaining the display case isn’t very easy. The reason for this is that the events that drop the plan for the Beer Stein Display Case only happen on occasion. You will need to be on the lookout for the Fasnacht Day and Grahm’s Meat-Cook events to pop up. Meat Week happens once a year and is the time when you can take part in Grahm’s Meat-Cook. If you haven’t gotten the Beer Stein Display Case plan before, you will get it as a guaranteed reward for completing the public event. The same goes for the Fasnacht Day event. This seasonal event usually appears at the beginning of each year but will get you the display case plan if you participate in it.

Where to find Beer Steins

There are a bunch of different Beer Steins that you can collect. Most of these Beer Steins are seasonal rewards that you can get during the seasonal events that happen in Fallout 76. There are five community events that you can take part in throughout the year.

  • Fasnacht Day
  • Meat Week
  • Spread the Love
  • Hunt for the Treasure Hunter
  • Holiday Scorched

There are other events that happen throughout the year, but the main ones are listed above. You can find standard Beer Steins hidden in the world in the following locations:

  • Helvetia
  • Whitespring Resort
  • Whitespring Golf Club
  • New Appalachian Central Trainyard
  • Big Al’s Tattoo Parlor
  • West Tek Research Center
  • Sunnytop Ski Lanes

The normal Beer Steins come in three styles, wooden, metal, and porcelain. Despite being collectible, the Beer Steins don’t offer buffs like the Bobbleheads do.