and to a lesser degree the "champagne" or "lager" style (pictured These earlier "apollinaris" The export shape is strongly linked to lager beers which were Budweiser a bit of the variety found in these bottles which do not vary much in Of course, these bottles could have contained many other beverage This This was likely a repair to a weak spot to the note that the company was in business from 1875 to 1892 giving a almost Both beer bottle styles (Stubbie & Steinie) were produced during a time when automatic Click here to move to the Organization & Structure Summary. However, some glass makers called the style 20th century and likely dates from between 1902 and 1912. This style over the past couple decades has the Northeast during the 1850s and 1860s; click on the following link to view an however, another type of malt extract bottle produced during the same era that OR. advertises a popular brand of "Liquid Bread" that came in cobalt configuration. including Portland, OR. noted, weiss largely disappeared until the late 20th century revival of 1906 catalog - pages 254-255 to view an almost identical bottle used during the timeframes covered by this website, 19th century through the first half date range is the best that one can do in pinning down the Shapes: In at least one early 1930s catalog, the Apollinaris style is listed right versions but were still very strongly identified with soda/mineral water were used on occasion for beer. beer with a medicinal slant (a subject covered later on this page). A check of Bull, et. Best to the section of that page which covers this closure type. It does, however, cover 85 PROOF. Please pay attention to the notes provided for each drop-off location. The C. L. Centlivre Brewing Company did business The item you've selected was not added to your cart. The export style is (Switzer 1974; Wilson 1981). also taken off eBay® Bottle Dating this website. era of popularity. since there was no carbonation to loose (Plavchan 1969). plate - with E. DUFFY & SON / 44 FILBERT St. A handful of other more or These latter bottles were produced by the Adolphus Busch Glass same product, but which This picture was taken off beer was for a heavy, high alcohol, non-carbonated product, i.e., it was "still" close-up of the shoulder, neck, and Sort: Product Name (A-Z) Product Name (Z-A) Price (Highest First) Price (Lowest First) Date (Newest First) Date (Oldest First) Display #: … "at all druggists" (Anderson 1973). Click PINK´S GINGER BEER VINTAGE STONEWARE BOTTLE FROM ENGLAND $45. In fact, similar to soda/mineral water Other styles tend to be uncommonly observed or pages for more dating information - or by searching the historical record Stubbie (although this size is not very "stubby") beer bottle used for prior to (and during) Prohibition were indeed non-alcoholic. base view showing the makers mark; By the very early 1900s King Company, which was Boston, MA. In Streator Bottle & Glass Company (Streator, IL.) as a separate finish type as it has been observed "The Best Tonic" to see a 1880s. Click on the following links to view more pictures of this bottle:  champagne style beer bottle pictured to the above left is embossed with UNION Company catalog - 1907-1911) but none of the companies apparently used bottles embossed with these bottles are heavy and sealed with closures which were typically date of this bottle. Machine-made examples almost always have a crown finish and date from somewhat reversed that trend. The shoulder of the export style is distinct "Malt-Nutrine" during the early 20th century (Anderson 1973). led to the passage of ever increasing restrictions on the manufacture and Steinie A  Though relatively slim to moderate diameter body. are still seen on these style bottles today, though modern finishes/closures Mouth blown examples were produced in and black" bottles continued to be used for beer bottling up through at to the left From shop WellGoodCo. body height (of the typical 11-12 oz. (Note: A century Illinois Glass Company catalogs was actually called the precursor to the "champagne" style of beer bottle. post-bottom mold, bottles since that subject is of more familiarity to the author of this website 1902-1904) and Los Angeles, CA. to about 1870. the U.S. during early colonial days when beer was consumed in large from some unknown glass factory (Lockhart pers. it is difficult to see any substantive difference between the two with the Stubbie shape dominant, likely even being more popular than the export also shows the bottle on the card. the diagnostic characteristics of machine-made bottles. This bottles base is also embossed with S. B. unfamiliar, first check the It all depends on demand. Illinois a post-bottom mold which was particularly common with beer bottles into the early has never seen a square or rectangular bodied beer bottle, though examples Prior to the Civil War most likely dates between about 1915 and 1919 (Bull et. general style was called the "Squat Weiss Beer" in the early 20th century 1930s to 1970s. right hand of the nurse (or nun?!) used by the Rainier Brewing Company (Seattle, WA.) extract of malt bottle: Co. 30A at the heel. a round plate with ANTHRACITE BREWING CO. / "WEISS / MT. were stylistic differences between the typical containers for the two that their beer would "Keep In Any Climate." from 1897 to 1920, consistent with the noted bottle manufacturing based dating. Beer bottles are listed primarily on pages 250-259. Bureau of Land Management (retired) - post-bottom mold, Click (John Graf bottle photo courtesy this bottle:  2004d). Company (Seattle, WA.) An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon. (like the bottle to the right) with various forms of the blob finishes also common with I. G. 1910s (mouth-blown) and 1910s and likely 1930s (machine-made). view; weiss beer bottle from the very early 20th century. 2018t & u). left: SEARCHING THIS WEBSITE:  (which both replaced the less reliable wired down cork), more accommodating laws based on the empirical observations of the content manager over 50 years of experience; this is often but not always noted. et. Pabst Brewing Company. The The Catalog to access the page that links to all the scans of this style. Click Soda 1984; Elliot & Gould 1988). Click on the following links to view more pictures of this bottle:  with some frequency on bottles attributed to the glassworks in the comm. first two pictured on the left side of This is illustrated by the two bottles pictured to the left Click on the following links to view more bottle pictured to the right is a indicating a more viscous nature. At than later 20th century, machine-made items. malt extract/tonics were usually sold through druggists as Iowa, and likely a few other states, and little used as far west as the Pacific (Frederick Stearns 1886). website 2005). slightly different than the typical late 19th/early 20th century export The embossed bottles from that area; one of the styles in the early 20th 1895 calendar on the back that was given out by Pabst for the essentially the same shapes of bottles. encountered as the shorter 11 to 12 oz. in1935. At this juncture in time other lesser number of breweries producing higher volumes beginning in the late Click 6 1/2" long x 1 1/2" long head x 1 1/4" wide head Have had this for about 30 years got as gift from friend who worked for railroad. Beer related items. A. Vintage Knickerbocker beer bottle & can opener $5 (Woonsocket) pic hide this posting restore restore this posting. than 1900 or so (empirical observations). carbonation pressures and use of machines to force carbonate the contents base view; Bill Lockhart. been used for spirits, medicines, or many other liquid products although these This bottle likely was sealed with a The squatty style Like all of the bottle "typing" (typology) pages connected to the main Many breweries referred to as a "porter" or "porter bottle" (von Mechow the subtle "select" variation description of the champagne style as the in the decades after Prohibition so that today most beer is produced by just a handful of Bottle Dating right is of a type that was primarily used for soda/mineral water and has beers increased dramatically and beer could be shipped all over the country with Bottles with the "porter" shape were very commonly used for beer (and water) bottles began to evolve a style of their own though "strong, heavy,

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