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Bottles4325 of 5813Older Pinwheel Decanter/Liquor HolderOne Ounce Bottle of Silvol, 20%  Silver Solution, circa 1920
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Posted 5 years ago


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having a hard time finding out info. on this anheuser-busch malt syrup bottle. i was told that it was a prohibition era anheuser-busch vintage syrup bottle. it has the anheuser-busch logo at the top. i can't even find a picture of one on the internet. does anybody know anything about this bottle?

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  1. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 5 years ago
    Are you sure it was malt syrup?
  2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 5 years ago
    This is actually a pancake syrup bottle. Yes it was made by anheuser-busch.

    GRANT'S FARM" table syrup which was first used in 1967.

    MOUNTAIN LODGE" pancake and waffle syrup first used 1963

    BUD" Table syrup used since 1934.

    "BUDWEISER" table and malt syrup used since 1948

    All were products of the Beer company Anheuser-Busch Incorporated of St. Louis, MO

    Just depends on the markings but I can tell you it is NOT a terribly common item regardless of which one you have.
  3. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 5 years ago
    If you can't find it when you search leave out the word MALT. This was for table syrup. There are plenty of pictures and information out there.
  4. jsmith, 5 years ago
    I have the exact same bottle and the exact same problem with finding information about it.
  5. rascal1966, 5 years ago
    found out that it's bud syrup, but still having a hard time finding info. on it.
  6. rascal1966, 5 years ago
    thank for your time and help, sad part is, i came across a buried dump sight in a historic part of this city. i have dug up HUNDREDS of old bottles, and i know nothing about them, do you know anybody in houston tx, i could go see and talk to?
  7. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 5 years ago
    The obvious way to research this bottle would be to contact anheuser-busch and request their assistance. Send a picture in your email and explain to them that you are trying to research it. Usually a company will either give you an answer or direct you to the proper place to get information.
  8. relic57, 5 years ago
    Hey rascal1966, I am just north of Houston in Atascocita. I also stumbled upon a rather large bottle dump in recent weeks. I found two BUD syrup bottles, one with handle and one without, along with hundreds of other bottles that seem to be all from around the same time period (early to mid 60's)
  9. ead, 5 years ago
    I Have one also I found it in Austin TX It has 17 cents on the cap
  10. oktreedude oktreedude, 6 months ago
    I was researching an 3" Anheuser Busch Syrup lid for a jar which I found recently when I ran across this post. Not much on this item to be found.
  11. jldawson jldawson, 5 months ago
    Have looked for years for any info on this bottle, have gone to the Blackburn company in Jefferson City, TX, and talked to Anheuser and they knew nothing about it. Did find some one who said they thought that the bottle was from prohibition time when Anheuser kept in business by making glass bottle for other companies. Has any one found out any thing else?

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