South Bethlehem Brewing Co. Wood Sign
Handmade for Domaci by Domaci Maker, Things Wooden, each piece is a one-of-a-kind work of art enhanced by the natural beauty and variations of the solid wood source material.
In 1901, construction began on South Bethlehem Brewing Company at the intersection of Elm and 4th streets. In 1902, South Bethlehem Brewing Company went into full operation and transported its first shipment of beer. By 1915, the brewery and bottling department was known as the most modern in the Lehigh Valley. The company's advertising department created the "Supreme" and "Heirloom" labels, which appeared on bottled beer, porter and ale, bottle caps, beer trays and coasters. The company slogan proclaimed, "Supreme - a truly fine beer brewed from an early German formula of choice grains and finest hops," and boasted their product "An Heirloom Gold Medal Beer." The brewery operated in South Bethlehem until its closing in 1954, and the building was later demolished to make room for the Andrew W. Litzenberger House.
This 3-D replica of the iconic Supreme beer logo is perfect for anyone wanting to show their love for South Bethlehem and/or fans of vintage breweriana.
- Materials: Wood
- Finish: Blue, White, Red
- Approximate Dimensions: 21.5"W x 13"H x 1.75"D
- Please expect variations in wood grain and color
- Due to the handmade nature of this item, please allow up to four weeks for delivery. You may contact the store directly to determine immediate availability.