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BRUCKMANN BREWERY Cincinnati Embossed Amber Beer Bottle Circa 1911

BRUCKMANN BREWERY Cincinnati Embossed Amber Beer Bottle Circa 1911

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This is a BRUCKMANN BREWERY Cincinnati embossed amber glass bottle circa 1911-1920. The bottle stands at approximately 9 ⅜" and has a base diameter of 2 ⅝". Both sides of the bottle have seams running from the base to the shoulder. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks, and the inside is very clean.

The embossed text on the shoulder is centered over two lines and reads:

BRUCKMANN (in a curved arc)


No markings on the base. Embossed text on the heel reads:

The Bruckmann Brewery Songbook, featuring many old drinking and bar songs, is also available as a separate listing. Click here Songs of Long Ago by BRUCKS JUBILEE BEER for more information.

About Bruckmann Breweries: Bruckmann Brewing Company was founded in 1856 in Cincinnati, Ohio by Frederick Bruckmann. It was one of the few Cincinnati breweries that remained open during prohibition by producing low-alcohol content near-beer, and the first brewery in Cincinnati to ship beer upon the repeal of prohibition on April 7, 1933. Bruckmann closed in 1949.

Note:  Historic bottles should not be used for food or beverage storage.

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