You can’t miss the vintage hamms beer sign, located inside a former home on the corner of East and Hill Streets. The sign is an iconic part of the neighborhood and is often seen hanging over the front door to the neighborhood.
The name Hamms is a reminder to residents that Hamms is a part of the historic neighborhood (and is the name of the neighborhood that surrounds it). I love how Hamms is such a prominent part of the neighborhood, but they also have a bunch of other neighborhoods within it that are great for a walk.
I don’t know why this sign is hanging over the doors of homes, but it does make me wonder if there’s a more prominent version of it around town.
I think there are other versions of this sign around town. I’m sure its still there. I just think its a great look for a neighborhood that is so prominent that it doesn’t seem like a “hometown”.
I just noticed that Hamms has two other signs hanging over the doors of homes, both of which are vintage, but I dont think they are the same. There is also a new version of the Hamms sign over the doors of a store Ive been to in another neighborhood.
Hamms is a neighborhood that has recently been revitalized with new homes and businesses. The old sign is the same, but it’s being replaced by one of the new ones. The vintage signs are just as prominent as ever. You can see them right here, if you’re in the Hamms area.
The new Hamms sign is a reminder that Hamms is a neighborhood with many residents who are just like us. It’s not a bad sign, either. I just dont think it’s the same as the old one. I like the vintage beer sign better.
Hamms is a neighborhood that has changed a lot lately, and it’s hard not to feel nostalgic for those days when you’ve only seen a few signs. I have a few family members who are still living in the neighborhood, so I try to pick a few signs for them that I can show off. You can see them here.
The old Hamms sign was the only one that showed Hamms’ address. The new sign is the first one to show the address.
It is a great sign, but I find it hard to believe that the new owner of the sign would be an amateur. I think it would be interesting to check out the old sign and see what the new owners would do with it.