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Here is a hard-to-find 1940 paper label beer bottle from Rainier Brewing Company. The bottle was made by Owens-Illinois. I am curious what the red number on the label means, and if each label had a unique number. Extra Export Stout began production in 1936. The product did not have a long run, because stout beer was not yet popular at the time. Rainier beer was brewed in San Francisco until 1953 when the plant was sold to the Theo Hamm Brewing Company.


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