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Randell15501
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« on: April 30, 2009, 06:49:43 PM »

i cant find nothing on the web except goenner beer label anyone know history and value of this bottle?  Goenner & Co Registered Johnstown Pa  at bottom rim has D.O.C. 1050 Thanks
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« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2009, 06:55:56 PM »


Goenner & Co., Johnstown

Trade Names for the brewery at 3rd Avenue & Power Street, Johnstown, PA:

Zack Entress (Corner of Walnut & 2nd, both later renamed, Cambria Borough) 1850-18??
Herman Vockenrode 1861-1867
George Guessregan 1868-1873
Jacob Goenner (219 Walnut) 1874-1889
Caroline (Maggie?) Goenner (widow of Jacob, who died in the Johnstown flood) 1889-1890
William Goenner & Co. (John L. Stibich) 1890-1894
Goenner & Co. 1894-1920
Issued permit PA-U-313 allowing operation of a brewery after Repeal.
Goenner & Co. (Catherine Stibich & Elizabeth Goenner) 1933-1954


Products:
Old Monarch Beer  1918 - 1918
Hahn's Bavarian Beer  1933 - 1935
Victory Near Beer  1933 - 1939
Peerless Beer  1933 - 1940
Old Monarch Beer  1933 - 1948
Goenner Bock  1933 - 1951
Goenner's Beer  1933 - 1953
New Life Beer  1933 - 1953
New Life Near Beer  1934 - 1939
Goenner's Ale  1934 - 1951
New Life Porter  1936 - 1953
Friendly City Beer  1938 - 1948
Holiday Beer  1950 - 1953


this was found at https://www.taverntrove.com/breweries/Goenner--Co-Johnstown-2872.asp
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« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2009, 06:59:38 PM »

how do you tell which date this one is or can't you without the label ?
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« Reply #3 on: May 01, 2009, 10:20:06 AM »

I think most of the collecting interest is in beer cans.  Some of the older ones are quite rare.  Like any collectable, condition plays a major role.  I would think long-neck beer bottles have little or no value but I could be wrong.
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« Reply #4 on: May 01, 2009, 10:56:54 AM »

that's a 40's & 50's bottle. still worth a couple of buck's
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