Hiram Walker's Pitcher

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Whiskey pitchers (aka pub jugs) originated in Europe as a back bar water pitcher to serve water, as a mix or a chaser with a drink. They became popular in the U.S. in the 1950's when liquor salesmen began giving them to bar owners and liquor stores as a way to advertise their products.

Hiram Walker was an American entrepreneur and founder of the Hiram Walker and Sons Ltd. distillery in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Walker was born in East Douglas, Massachusetts, and moved to Detroit in 1838. He purchased land across the Detroit River, just east of what is Windsor, Ontario, and established a distillery there in 1858. Walker began selling his whisky as Hiram Walker's Club Whisky, in containers that were "clearly marked" and he used a process to make his whisky that was vastly different from all other distillers. It became very popular, angering American distillers, who forced the U.S. Government to pass a law requiring that all foreign whiskeys state their country of origin on the label. From this point forward, Hiram Walker's famous Canadian Club whisky was Canada's top export whisky. He established and maintained the company town, Walkerville, that grew around his distillery, exercising planning and control over every facet of the town, from public works to religious services to police and fire control.
  • Materials: Ceramic
  • Finish: Gray, Red, Black, Blue, Gold
  • Approximate Dimensions: 6.5"H x 7" W x 3.5"D
  • Condition: This item is in vintage condition and is being sold as as-is

 

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