Question: Who was Sneaky Pete?
The Great Lakes, on the left, is one of three known cans with the words Premium Beer in white,and is not pictured in the USBC book.
"The Man's Brand
is Twenty Grand"
The Home Beer is the book can. The Home Ale was purchased off eBay and has no top or bottom. I will get it rolled with the proper fan tab (info from the USBC can owner) but I never seem to get around to doing it.
The Redtop Beer on the left is from Redtop Brewing and is better than the book can. "Red Top, Worth Any Man's Money"
The Gold Coast (Atlas Brewing, Chicago) and the Golden Stein (Schoenhofen Brewing, Chicago) were two labels Drewery's brought back home to South Bend in
1963 to expand their product line.
When the Renner Brewing company in Youngtown, Ohio closed in 1962, Old Crown Brewing Company of Fort Wayne, Indiana picked up their labels which they distributed back into eastern Ohio. Fort Wayne used the term "Lazy Aged" due to allowing their products extra time to age (to develop better flavor) after brewing. They placed a sleeping elf on the side of their cans. Fort Wayne closed in 1973.
Chicago Labels that Drewery's brought back to Indiania to brew:
Answer: Shown on the Old German can.