Cleveland and Sandusky Brewing Company 1890's

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Beautifully engraved signed and unissued Certificate from the Cleveland and Sandusky Brewing Company with the date 189X. This historic document was printed by the International Banknote Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of a woman sitting leaning next to a wall. Early Brewery Certificates are extremely desirable and hard to find. This item is hand signed by the company's officers and is over 100 years old.

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Early in 1898, nine breweries in Cleveland and two in Sandusky, Ohio combined to form the Cleveland & Sandusky Brewing Company. Jacob and August Kuebeler established the original J. Kuebeler and Company Brewery at the west end of Tiffin Avenue in 1867. The Stang Brewing Company, established by Frank Stang in 1880 on King Street, was completely destroyed in an 1891 fire. The Kuebeler Company was nearly destroyed by fire in the following year. Kuebeler incorporated what remained of its original building into a new structure. During Stang's rebuilding, the Kuebeler Brewery filled Stang's orders. In 1869, the Stang Company consolidated with Kuebeler, adopting the name Kuebeler-Stang Brewing & Malting Company. The two plants operated as part of the Cleveland & Sandusky Brewing Company until Prohibition (1920 to 1933); only the Stang plant operated afterwards.