Featured is a very colorful metal serving tray showing a bear and a woman holding a beer while a ship arrives, most likely symbolizing the San Francisco port. This tray was put out by The Wieland Brewery, which was located in San Francisco both prior to and again after the prohibition era. This tray is…Details
Pictured here is an early self-framed tin lithographic sign from the Frank Fehr Brewery in Louisville, KY. This sign advertises their Malt Tonic Drink. Malt Tonic’s were commonly sold before prohibition and were used to help teething babies, mothers with indigestion, and other remedies where a touch of alcohol was included in the drink to help “soothe” the recipient. This sign dates from the early 1900’s.