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  1. High566

    Sussex Ginger ale ginger beer

    That bottle is from the early 30’s. The ginger beer was made and bottled on Court Street in Sussex in the Sussex Beverage company Building. It was made by Sussex ginger ale.
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    New Sussex bottle for the collection

    Yep this is it here
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    Sussex Ginger Ale.

    Found another this week.
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    Sussex Ginger Ale.

    Just found these bottles at a shop in St Andrews.
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    New Brunswick - Assorted ACLs

    Kings county beverages. It was on winters street in Sussex.
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    King Cole Tea

    Found this old door push while bottle digging today
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    Sussex Mineral Springs & Sussex Ginger Ale, New Brunswick, Canada

    They are from the 30’s. Here is an add from a brochure that maritime beverages put out in 1985 marking the 90th anniversary of Maritime Beverages Limited.
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    New Sussex bottle for the collection

    Picked this one up yesterday online. Like the big S on the bottom.
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    Millstream Creamery bottles

    Added a couple more millstream bottles to my collection
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    Cone tops.

    The 2 brown ones were under the floor boards in my grandfathers barn. The middle one I purchased. These are also St. John NB cans.
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    Help identifying this bottle.

    Thanks I’ll have to search them online.
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    Help identifying this bottle.

    I purchased this ponytail bottle and was wondering if anyone can identify it . It is 11 and 1/2 inches tall. When I hold it to the light it looks dark green but almost black without the light. The bottom is misshaped and it doesn’t sit level.
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    More St John bottles.

    W B Daley internal thread. Simeon Jones Pale ale.
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    A few bottles

    Yeah the one on the left is a round bottom Nash and Roue from Saint John NB.
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    A few bottles

    Nash and Roue, James ready ,Thomas Nash and Simeon Jones. Saint John bottles.

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