1937 and 1940 Canada Dry Bottles

fishguy

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Found these two Canada Dry bottles that appear to be 3 years apart but are very different. The green one is 7 ounces Owens Illinois 1937 and the clear one is textured and 12 ounce 1940 Armstrong. Just wondering if they are both Ginger Ale or if Canada Dry made other beverages? IMG_5701.jpgIMG_5694.jpgIMG_5696.jpg
 

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Canada Dry did indeed make other beverages, and in fact you can still buy Canada Dry tonic water today. They had a wider range in the past, so your clear bottle could have been for several different drinks.
 

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Canada dry had an orange drink , could of been for that . as mentioned they made other drinks than just ginger ale
 

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Canada Dry had a wide range of flavors and was quite popular in the Midwest USA. Here are the ones in my collection.

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I love those low cal labels!...always a little tougher to find.
 

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