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John Eichler Brewing Company of New York, New York, USA

Dates Trade Name Historic Address
1862 - 1865 Kolb’s Brewery 3582 3rd Avenue & 169th St
1865 - 1888 John Eichler 3582 3rd Avenue & 169th Street
1888 - 1920 John Eichler Brewing Co. 3582 3rd Avenue & 169th Street
1933 - 1947 John Eichler Brewing Co. (Post-Prohibtion) 3544/3582 3rd Avenue
1947 - 1961 Liebmann Breweries Inc. 3582 3rd Avenue & 169th Street
  • The Fate of the Brewery building is unknown
  • U-Permit Number :   NY-U-216
  • L-permit Number :   NY L-82

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20th October 1829    

John Eichler is born in Bavaria. He would in 1865 purchase Kolb's modest brewery in Morrisania and expand and develop it into a an expansive brewery complex.

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14th October 1861    

Louis J. Heintz is born. He will become the original secretary of the John Eichler Brewery, and will take over management duties when John Eichler dies in 1892.

1862     FoundedKolb’s Brewery3582 3rd Avenue & 169th St

1865     John Eichler3582 3rd Avenue & 169th Street

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Begin: 1880     End 1920

1880 - 1920
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Circa: 1880    

1888     John Eichler Brewing Co.3582 3rd Avenue & 169th Street

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4th August 1892    

John Eichler dies in Bavaria at 62 years of age. At age 36 he founded the John Eichler Brewing Co. and grew it to be one of the largest breweries in New York.
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12th March 1893    

Louis J. Heintz died suddenly while attending Grover Cleveland's Presidential inauguration. He was the manager of the John Eichler Brewery. He was 31 years of age.

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1897    

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18th April 1897    

Jacob Siegel, President of the John Eichler Brewing Co., died at age 70.
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1908    

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27th April 1912    

John Frederick Mauser, manager of the John Eichler Brewing Co., died at 62 years of age.
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1st September 1917    

The The John Eichler Brewing Co. of New York began selling Mello Cereal Beverage.

1933     John Eichler Brewing Co. (Post-Prohibtion)3544/3582 3rd Avenue

Products

Eichler's Bock
1933-1947
Eichler's Beer
1933-1947
Eichler's Holiday Beer
1933-1940
Eichler's Super Brew Near Beer
1934-1936
Red Label Beer
1936-1946
1937Capacity 400000 Barrels
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1938    

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30th November 1939    

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1939Capacity 400000 Barrels
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Circa: 1940    

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Circa: 1946    

1947     Liebmann Breweries Inc.3582 3rd Avenue & 169th Street

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Rheingold Beer
1947-1951
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Circa: 1954    

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Circa: 1960    

1961 ClosedLiebmann Breweries Inc.