Cranbrook Brewing Company: 0051.0287

CRANBROOK BEER ON MARKET SOON – New Modern Plant Makes First Brew Saturday – Good Results Are Expected

            Several weeks later than at first expected the new brewery of the Cranbrook Brewing Company set to work in earnest on Saturday, the big 135 barrel copper kettle functioning to the entire satisfaction of Brewmaster Schwartz and officials of the company.  It is now confidently stated that the product of the plant will be on the market within the next few weeks.

            Competent brewery men who have examined the new brewery state that it is one of the most up-to-date places of its kind in the west.  They predict that a month or so hence Cranbrook beer will be making a strong bid for place on the British Columbia market.  Their opinion is based on their knowledge of installation of thoroughly modern brewery machinery, perfect hygienic principles of aeration and pasteurization, and experience of Mr. Schwartz, brewmaster.  Mr. Schwartz has spent practically all his life in the brewing business and has at his finger tips an immense fund of knowledge gathered in many years spent in the brewing centers of the United States.  A special feature of the new brewery is its commodious storage cellar, positive assurance to the trade that Cranbrook beer will, in coming on the market, have attained the ripeness that makes for wholesomeness.

0051.0287: Cranbrook Brewing Company

Good results expected when new modern plant makes first brew, stating plant one of the most up-to-date places of the kind in the west.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  June 24, 1926
Pages:  1
Publisher:  Cranbrook Herald
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0051)

Keywords:

beer market plant brewery copper kettle machinery

Subjects:

People arrow Schwartzarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Businesses arrow Breweries and Bottling arrow Cranbrook Brewing Coarrow

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