Beverage Bottlers and Brewers
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BOTTLERS

7-Up Philadelphia Pike & Harvey Road
Ames Brewery Near St. Francis Hospital
Canada Dry DuPont Highway & Basin Road
Coca Cola Lancaster & Gray Avenues
Colonial Bottling Co. (Mr. Katz, Owner) 300 Block Lincoln Street
Delaware Bottling Co. Chestnut & S. Franklin Streets
Diamond State Bottling (Gula Family) 3rd & West Streets - Later moved to Locust Avenue, Elsmere
Dr. Pepper 2nd Street & Greenhill Avenue
London Dry 2700 Gov. Printz Blvd.
Mundorff Bottling Co. (Mundorff Family) 30th & N. Market Streets
NeHi - Royal Crown Co. 31st & N. Market Streets
Pepsi Cola (Mr. Broll, Owner) 400 Block Jackson Street, then to
800 Block Lancaster Avenue, then to
A & S. Market Streets, then to
3500 Block Gov. Printz Blvd.
Purity Beverage Co. (Ben Kaplin/Harry Brenner/Hank Sidlow) 200 Block Jefferson Street
Sanitary Bottling Co. 100 Block Orange Street
Triangle Bottling Co. Beach & S. Van Buren Streets
Uncle Ben's Soda Water Company  
United Bottling Co. (Adam Jablonski) 215 Maryland Avenue
Wilmington Bottling House (Rizzo Family) 829 Lancaster Avenue
Whistle Bottling Co. (Orange Crush) (Pete Ebener) 4th & Union Streets

BREWERS

Diamond State Brewers 5th & Adams Streets
Kruger's Brewery 5th & DuPont Streets
Stoekle's Brewery 5th & Adams Streets


Wilmimgton Beverage House Beverage Bottles & Painting (Submitted by Francis Rizzo)



 



 

(Left) Diamond State Brewery, 5th Street, between Adams & Jackson Streets (Now I-95) (Sent in by John Medkeff)
(Right) Courtesy of the Historical Society of Delaware
The King Gambrinus statue was later placed in front of the King's Inn on Naamans Road.  The whereabouts of the statue today is not known.


Revised: June 27, 2009