Neon Signs for the Home Bar aka Man Cave

Miller-Cactus-NeonMost men looking to decorate their home bar are shooting to emulate the look and feel of their favourite public watering hole. Some common sights include a pool table, foosball, darts, video game enclosure, sports memorabilia and of course neon signs.

The sole purpose of neon signs in bars is to sell beer. Stunning neon colours attract the eye and lead to “top of mind” brand awareness. Simply put the sign serves as a reminder that the brand is available on tap or in bottles. After being exposed to it a patron is more likely to order that type of beer whether conscious of it or not.

Although neon signs were originally created to stimulate business, beer lovers have grown attached to it over the years. More than any other type of picture you can hang at home, neon signs transform the ambiance to one conducive to partying. If you have a particular favourite brand of beer a great way to pay it homage is to invest in a neon sign. The only drawback is that it may give you a craving for a “cold one” when you previously had your mind on other things.

Neon signs are a popular type of breweriana collectable. As brand logos change over the years there is probably a version of the logo that you look back at nostalgically. For any given brand there are usually a few dozen different versions to choose from. Although most styles are no longer being manufactured, neon signs are built to last can be obtained used. Signs are bought, sold and traded by breweriana enthusiasts or can be purchased from eBay auctions.

Prices usually range from $100 to $200 for common neon signs. Rare or highly collectable signs can sell for much more. Try not to be swayed by what is desirable to collectors and choose a design that sits well with you. Coors Light signs with two-piece bathing suits or the shape of bikini girls might be appealing at first but keep in mind that you want something that is appropriate for every occasion. If you’ll be embarrassed by it when family or certain friends come over, it is best to go with something more conservative.

Beer Neon Signs for Sale

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Custom Barber Shop Name Personalized Home Bar Beer LED Neon Light Sign Wall Sign
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NEON LIGHT SIGN CUSTOM NAME BEER BAR HOME DECOR OPEN STORE LAMP DISPLAY  13
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New Cerveza Pacifico Beer Open Bar Led Neon Light Sign Home Decor Shop Crafts
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New Cerveza Pacifico Beer Open Bar Led Neon Light Sign Home Decor Shop Crafts
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Keep in mind that neon signs widely greatly in terms of quality. The best, authentic signs make a buzzing sound. Light moves around in the tube and isn’t perfectly uniform like less expensive models. Signs with cheap plastic tubing may be better in some situations because it is less obtrusive. In addition, cheaper signs don’t make a buzzing sound which some find annoying, especially if you have your home theatre nearby.

Neon signs are a great way to give your home bar or “man cave” that elusive finishing touch. A well-chosen sign will inspire many complements from visitors and further associate your basement with good times.

Most men looking to decorate their home bar are shooting to emulate the look and feel of their favourite public watering hole. Some common sights include a pool table, foosball, darts, video game enclosure, sports memorabilia and of course neon signs.

The sole purpose of neon signs in bars is to sell beer. Stunning neon colours attract the eye and lead to “top of mind” brand awareness. Simply put the sign serves as a reminder that the brand is available on tap or in bottles. After being exposed to it a patron is more likely to order that type of beer whether conscious of it or not.

Although neon signs were originally created to stimulate business, beer lovers have grown attached to it over the years. More than any other type of picture you can hang at home, neon signs transform the ambiance to one conducive to partying. If you have a particular favourite brand of beer a great way to pay it homage is to invest in a neon sign. The only drawback is that it may give you a craving for a “cold one” when you previously had your mind on other things.

Neon signs are a popular type of breweriana collectable. As brand logos change over the years there is probably a version of the logo that you look back at nostalgically. For any given brand there are usually a few dozen different versions to choose from. Although most styles are no longer being manufactured, neon signs are built to last can be obtained used. Signs are bought, sold and traded by breweriana enthusiasts or can be purchased from eBay auctions.

Prices usually range from $100 to $200 for common neon signs. Rare or highly collectable signs can sell for much more. Try not to be swayed by what is desirable to collectors and choose a design that sits well with you. Coors Light signs with two-piece bathing suits or the shape of bikini girls might be appealing at first but keep in mind that you want something that is appropriate for every occasion. If you’ll be embarrassed by it when family or certain friends come over, it is best to go with something more conservative.

Keep in mind that neon signs widely greatly in terms of quality. The best, authentic signs make a buzzing sound. Light moves around in the tube and isn’t perfectly uniform like less expensive models. Signs with cheap plastic tubing may be better in some situations because it is less obtrusive. In addition, cheaper signs don’t make a buzzing sound which some find annoying, especially if you have your home theatre nearby.

Neon signs are a great way to give your home bar or “man cave” that elusive finishing touch. A well-chosen sign will inspire many complements from visitors and further associate your basement with good times.