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casmalia

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I'm hoping I can get some information on these two bottles. One of them I think is a beer bottle and the glass one has J Walker, whiskey bottle? I think their made before 1900 or pretty close.
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The ceramic is probable a Ginger Beer, the glass does not have the lip of a whiskey. I think it is J Walker's Vinegar Bitters, but I'm not sure. Someone will know.
 

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Two very nice bottles! I have yet to find an intact stoneware ginger beer bottle which is most definitely what the ceramic bottle is!
 

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Not a ginger beer if it is not marked as such. These UK-produced stoneware bottles were imported in prodigious numbers. The contained ALE, and without other marking are best described as stoneware ALE bottles.

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