An exaggerated keg advertising the Schoenhofen Brewing Co., 1914, Chicago.
The Wacker and Birk Brewing Co, 1894, Chicago.
Yes, that Wacker family…
Nice use of the city’s municipal device on the shield.
Chicago History Museum Archives
Sage advice on the front and back of a calling card for Rex Bitters, Michigan Ave, 1905, Chicago.
Labels from Chicago based brewers, 1930s, Chicago.
Petryl’s Saloon, 125 W 19th Street, c.1890s, Chicago.
A Bridgeport Irish tavern featuring Chicago Export Beer and, um, a man with bucket legs…1906, Chicago.
Joseph Paul’s Buffet and Garden City Beers Tavern, Kimball and Wabansia, Humboldt Park, 1912, Chicago.
Untitled (Monarch Beer and Wimpy’s Hamburgers), 1946, Chicago. Ida Wyman
Tavern at Noble and Blackhawk, 1910, Chicago.
The former Schlitz Tied House at 5120 N Broadway, at Winona, 1956, Chicago.
The historic bar still stands, now the South East Asia Center.
Salesmen from White Eagle Brewing Co. present the new taste sensations of 1941, Allweiden and Chevalier Beers, Chicago.
The White Eagle Brewing Co. was in operation at 38th and Racine from 1910 to 1950.
The Chicago bottling plant of the Fred Miller Brewing Company (Miller High Life, The Champagne of Beers!, etc), 1895, Chicago.
MillerCoors is now headquartered in Chicago.
Label for Bismarck’s House Party beer, 1937, Chicago.
Anti-prohibition parade, 1931, Chicago.
The demands are clear…
Graduates of Siebel’s Brewing Academy, 1907, Chicago.
Second photo at Siebel’s, 1909
Established in Chicago in 1868 and now known as the Siebel Institute of Technology, is one of the world’s oldest brewing schools.
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