Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Goebel Beer newspaper ad (1936)

The Owosso Argus-Press, March 20, 1936
Charles Elich was considered by some to be America's foremost brewer when he left Pabst to become the new brewer at Goebel upon the passing of Otto Rosenbusch. He was employed at Pabst for over 30 years and was the longtime assistant to Fritz Bock.

If you didn't like Goebel before then Elich's version was sure to win you over. Or so he claimed. It was a "richer, creamier, mellower beer from the famous Cypress casks." The finger point alone has me convinced.

The Milwaukee Journal, December 6, 1935

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