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
Featured is a beautiful serving tray from the National Brewing Company which was based in Syracuse, NY. The name National Brewing Company was used in other cities also, including a large one in St. Louis, MO. However, this tray clearly states it is for the one in Syracuse. The tray rims advertising their Ales and India Pale Ale products. This tray is a stock tray, meaning the image was used on many advertising trays, with only the advertising words being different from tray to tray. Circa 1910, prior to the start of prohibition.