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New Brunswick - Assorted ACLs

RCO

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another Bottle from NB was also recently posted to the site , a collector having an estate sale in Ontario found one and its posted to the what is it section

its from a bottler called " B.E Nadeau - Campbellton NB "

an embossed ( beehive style ) bottle used during the 30's > 40's era , so we can assume he operated sometime in that period in the Campbellton area , unclear if there is any other bottles from this bottler
 

Donas12

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another Bottle from NB was also recently posted to the site , a collector having an estate sale in Ontario found one and its posted to the what is it section

its from a bottler called " B.E Nadeau - Campbellton NB "

an embossed ( beehive style ) bottle used during the 30's > 40's era , so we can assume he operated sometime in that period in the Campbellton area , unclear if there is any other bottles from this bottler
Do you have a picture?
 

Reelpro

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Found some info.

B.E. Nadeau purchased the Campbellton Ginger Ale Works sometime between 1939 and 1944 from AC Roy

The Campbellton Ginger Ale Works had produced Ginger Beer under AC Roy label and perhaps others.

18 Union St Campbellton NB
 

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Reelpro

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B.E. Nadeau operated listed as this business from 1939-44 to 1957 at 18 Union St

The name was changed to Nadeau Beverages and operated at least until 1967.at 18 Union St

Glass beehive bottle was from 1939 - 1956 most likely a Ginger Ale
 

RCO

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Found some info.

B.E. Nadeau purchased the Campbellton Ginger Ale Works sometime between 1939 and 1944 from AC Roy

The Campbellton Ginger Ale Works had produced Ginger Beer under AC Roy label and perhaps others.

18 Union St Campbellton NB
that time would make sense , that bottle was typically used in the 30's and 40's

there would likely be some other older bottles from campbellton with the name AC Roy on them or campbellton ginger ale works

clear bottles weren't used for ginger ale , this would of been for cola or orange drink

likely be a green bottle for ginger ale
 

Reelpro

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Only found the old Stone Ginger Beer pictured above of AC Roy Campbellton.

Have not seen any glass
 

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