Bottle Ironbeer, early bottle design. Cuban soft drink

Vintage Cuba Collectible Soft Drink Bottles > Bottle Ironbeer, early bottle design. Cuban soft drink

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IRONBEER - general description
Cuban vintage Ironbeer soft-drink bottle from 1917 to 1960. Bottled from many different bottling plants throughout the island of Cuba.

All bottles contained about 8 fluid ounces and are generally 8.5 inches high.
In great condition.

Both sides of the bottle are show along with the bottom of the bottle. The bottle is in excellent condition.


THIS PARTICULAR BOTTLE:

- MANUEL RABANAL - HABANA,CUBA
- ESTA BOTELLA NO SE VENDE
- CLEAR LIGHT GREEN, EMBOSSED GLASS
- OUNCES not mentioned
- Approximately 8 inches high
- Undated
*actual bottle shown



IRONBEER - descripción en general
Botellas cubana de la compania de Ironbeer de 1917 hasta 1960. Todas las botellas embotelladas en diferentes pueblos de la isla de Cuba.

La transparencia del cristal hace que los textos se confundan de un lado al otro de la botella. Mostramos los dos lados de la botella y el fondo que esta en excelentes condiciones.
8.5 pulgadas de alto.
 
ESTA BOTELLA EN PARTICULAR.

- MANUEL RABANAL - HABANA,CUBA
- ESTA BOTELLA NO SE VENDE
- CLEAR LIGHT GREEN, EMBOSSED GLASS
- OUNCES not mentioned
- Aproximately 8 inches high
- Undated
*botella mostrada en las fotos.





HISTORY:
On a summer's afternoon, in 1917, a mule-drawn, wooden wagon arrived at a popular cafeteria in Havana, Cuba. It delivered the first four cases of a new soft drink that would soon be called "The National Beverage", the famous Ironbeer soft drink created by Manuel Rabanal.

We wonder if in 1917, on that summer afternoon, when the mule-drawn wooden wagon arrived at that popular cafeteria, if one of the bottles delivered was one of the bottle we have in our site.

These are the original bottle design of the famous Ironbeer, a Cuban soft drink. Letterings are embossed, including the name of its creator, MANUEL RABANAL, at center of the bottle the word IRONBEER and the bottom of the circle the words HABANA, CUBA.



En una tarde de verano en 1917, un carretón de mulos, llego a una popular cafetería en La Habana, Cuba para entregar las primeras cuatro cajas de un nuevo refresco. Ese refresco pronto seria llamado "El Refresco Nacional". El famoso refresco Ironbeer creado por Manuel Rabanal.

Nosotros nos preguntamos si en 1917, en aquella tarde de verano, el carretón de mulos llevaba esta botellas que tenemos en nuestro sitio.     

Estos diseños originales a través de las diferentes épocas del famoso refresco de Cuba, Ironbeer. Las letras a relieve incluyendo el nombre del fundador MANUEL RABANAL.    IRONBEER en el centro del logo de la botella con las palabras Habana, Cuba debajo.

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