Eichler's Beer Tray (Since 1862)

Because we firmly believe that every home could use a touch of vintage, we offer a carefully-curated collection of vintage and antique goods known as #domaciFLEA. These items may not always be in perfect condition, but they're sure to satisfy your nostalgic yearnings and peak your sentimental curiosities. Vintage beer trays are a great way to add a retro touch to your man cave or bar area.

John Eichler was born in Bavaria on October 20, 1829 and was apprenticed to the Wolff & Ott Brewery in his hometown of Rothenburg. At the age of 29 he came to New York and quickly found work at the Turtle Bay Brewery. He saved his money and was able to establish his namesake brewery in 1862 in the Bronx. Eichler lagered his beer in caves in the hillside east of Third Avenue and west of Fulton Avenue near 168th St. By producing near-beer, Eichler was one of the few Bronx breweries to survive prohibition. In 1947 the company was purchased by Rheingold, which continued using the Eichler label until the early 1950's at which time the plant closed, eventually being demolished in the mid '60's.
  • Materials: Metal
  • Finish: Brown, Red, Gold
  • Approximate Dimensions: 12" Round
  • Condition: This item is in vintage condition and is being sold as as-is
  • Stand NOT included

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