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just dug up an old bottle, found out, it was the birth of Budweiser, i can't find anything out on this bottle, can someone hel

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Posted 2 years ago

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rascal1966
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has written on it, american brewing assn. houston texas, the glass is thick, no markings on the bottom

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  1. packrat-place packrat-place, 2 years ago
    Adolphus Busch founded a brewery in Houston in 1893, as part of his American Brewing Association business. (The American Brewing Association is sometimes reported to be connected with, and sometimes reported to be independent of, the Anheuser-Busch Companies – however, an October 28, 1892 article in the Houston Daily Post refers to the planned brewery as the “Anheuser-Busch brewery”.) In 1894, the brewery held an opening ceremony at the brewery, to introduce its product to the public, and 10,000 people reportedly attended. The brewery covered an entire city block at Railroad and 2nd Streets, and remnants of the brewery and a related building have been uncovered during construction at the University of Houston’s downtown campus. Also discovered was a tunnel leading from the site to Buffalo Bayou.

    An 1897 American Brewing Association advertisement featured two brands of beer – “Dixie Pale” and “Hackerbrau”. The cost – $1.00 for 12 pint bottles, $1.50 for 12 quart bottles – included delivery “at your residence.” The ad also listed the brewery’s “Houston ‘Phone” number… 73.
  2. packrat-place packrat-place, 2 years ago
    do you have a photo of the top of the bottle?
  3. packrat-place packrat-place, 2 years ago
    This bottle has nothing to do with the birth of Budweiser, as it was introduced in 1876, this bottle is later then that, between 1893 & 1918.
  4. rascal1966, 2 years ago
    thanks for the heads up, read that story and thought for once in life i got lucky,

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