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Can any one tell me anything about the existence of the Fredericksburg Bottling Co? When was it operating? What did it produce? Beer or cola?
-- Laraine Akey (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 05, 2000
I have a postcard in my collection which shows the Fredricksburg Bottling Co., a rather fortress-like building, that says it was operated by Lang Bros. Prop. The Leading Beer Bottling establishment on the coast. It is a multi view card that shows the old city hall and the Victorian Cliff House, so this dates it to before 1906. This image is shown on page 86 of a new book coming out in Feb. called San Francisco Golden Age Postcards.
A 1913 City Directory lists the Fredericksburg Brewery ofiice at 240 2nd Street and also lists a Fredericksburg Brewery Bottling Department at 18th and Alabama.I hope this helps you out.
-- Glenn Koch (Glennk1112@aol.com), January 21, 2001.
While digging in my garden this week, I found a Fredericksburg Bottling co cap. On the back it says PAT D K.Hutter Feb 1,1893. Any idea of when this company went out of business?
-- Marjorie Yasueda (email@example.com), March 21, 2001.
i too have a bottle cap, and if you look closer, you'll see that the date is really feb. 7, 1893. type in your search engine feb. 7, 1893 bottle stoppers k hutter or brewery k hutter
-- Karen j Hahn (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 22, 2002.
I have a bottle which I found last year in the mud flats at the North west end of San Pablo bay. It looks like a beer bottle, with a very thick area at the opening. What type of cap did you find?
-- Paul Kolowski (email@example.com), July 08, 2002.