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Atlantic Ice & Coal Company of Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Dates Trade Name Historic Address
1867 - 1876 City Brewery, Egidius Fechter & Edward Mercer Collins & Harris Streets
1876 - 1891 Atlanta City Brewing Co. Collins & Harris Streets
1891 - 1920 Atlanta Brewing And Ice Company 247 Courtland Street
1920 - 1933 Atlanta Brewing And Ice Company Collins & Harris Streets
1933 - 1935 Atlanta Ice & Bottling Co. 247 Courtland Street
1935 - 1937 Southeastern Brewing Co. (Aka of Atlantic Ice... 247 Courtland Street
1935 - 1937 Atlantic Ice & Coal Company 247 Courtland Street
1937 - 1955 Atlantic Company 247 Courtland Street
  • The Fate of the Brewery building is unknown
  • U-Permit Number :   GA-U-500
  • L-permit Number :   L-2

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17th April 1833    

Charles Beerman was born in Hanover, Germany. He came to America at age 20 and landed in Charleston, South Carolina with the purpose of selling a collection of rare singing birds to the well-to-do ... View More

1867     FoundedCity Brewery, Egidius Fechter & Edward MercerCollins & Harris Streets

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4th July 1874    

Ira R. Steiner, future secretary and treasurer of the Atlanta Brewing & Ice Co., was born in Dadeville, Alabama.

25th February 1876     Atlanta City Brewing Co.Collins & Harris Streets

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4th September 1885    

Georgia Approved a The Special "Local Option" Act allowing individual counties the right to outlaw the manufacture, sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages.

3rd May 1891     Atlanta Brewing And Ice Company247 Courtland Street

Products

Bavarian Type Beer
1892-1920
Pilsener Geman Style Beer
1892-1920
Royal Pale Beer
1892-1920
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Begin: 1892     End 1920

1892 - 1920
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Circa: 1895    

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1st January 1908    

Georgia enters statewide Prohibition.  Nationall breweries are forced to pull their agents out of the state.   Georgia brewers survived by converting to selling ice and non-into... View More

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30th January 1908    

The Atlanta Brewing & Ice Co. petitions the Superior Court of Fulton County to amend its charter to allow the manufacture of non-intoxicating beverages.

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25th September 1917    

Ira R. Steiner, secretary and treasurer of the Atlanta Brewing & Ice Co., was found dead in his bed.

1920     Atlanta Brewing And Ice CompanyCollins & Harris Streets

Products

Rex Special Brew
1920-1933
Royal
1920-1933
Swiss Brew
1920-1933
Veribest
1920-1933
Veribest Brew
1920-1933
Veribest Ginger Ale
1920-1933

1933     Atlanta Ice & Bottling Co.247 Courtland Street

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Steinerbru Beer
1933-1935
Veribest Beverage
1933-1935
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Begin: 1933     End 1935

1933 - 1935

1935     Atlantic Ice & Coal Company247 Courtland Street

Products

Atlantic Pilsener Beer
1935-1937
Old South Ale
1935-1937
Old South Beer
1935-1937
Old South Pilsener Style Beer
1935-1937
Steinerbru Beer
1935-1937
Steinerbru Pale Ale
1935-1937
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Begin: 1935     End 1937

1935 - 1937
1937Capacity 350000 Barrels
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1937    

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Begin: 1937     End 1955

1937 - 1955
1939Capacity 360000 Barrels
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1939    

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1945    

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Begin: 1950     End 1955

1950 - 1955
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Circa: 1954    

1955 ClosedAtlantic Company