The History of Rainier Beer – Part 2 ( 1933-1999 )

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In 1915, Washington’s state-wide prohibition gave brewers until 1 January 1916 to liquidate their inventories and cease operations. The Seattle Brewing & Malting Co. chose to build a new plant in California believing that national prohibition would not happen. Before the year was out the Rainier Brewing Company of San Francisco was on-line with¬†Louis Hemrich¬†overseeing the operation.


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