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19th century Charles E. Hires Co. - ROOT BEER EXTRACT - Bottle

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A neat little piece of Americana this early extract bottle stands about 4 ¼ inches and remains in excellent condition with nice color and no chips, cracks or staining. Offering all the characteristics of 1800s manufacture, this attractive little bottle is boldly marked HIRES HOUSEHOLD EXTRACT / FOR BREWING ROOT BEER AT HOME / Manufactured By The Charles E. Hires Co. / Philadelphia, Pa. U. S. A. Marketed as an extract of sixteen wild roots and berries, Hires presented his concoction at the 1876 Centennial Exposition with the claim that it would purify the blood and make rosy cheeks. While his decision to call his product beer resulted in some public opinion issues and drew the wrath of the Women’s Christian Temperance League, Hires Root Beer became a must have of soda fountains and ice cream parlors across America. Don't forget to give our search feature a try for special wants. A simple key word in lower case works best. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!


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