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Here's some of my wooden packages, I suspect that the keg was our earliest so I'll start there,
A large one,
Labatt's
Labatt's
Not so large,
O'Keefe's
O'Keefe's
and the end off one,
Dawes
Dawes
Getting off the wooden track briefly, a couple woven bags,
Dow Grain Bag.jpg
Molson's Grain bag.jpg
Back to the wood, We had two different sizes of wooden crates for bottles, one for what they called large (quarts) and small (pints)
Here a few for quarts,
Copland Wooden Box.jpg
National Breweries Wooden Box.jpg
Cosgrave Wooden Box.jpg
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A couple more of the larger ones,
St Lawrence Wooden Box.jpg
Lake Ontario Wooden Box.jpg
Here's a couple Twelve pack carriers for quarts, I believe these were used by the corner stores in Quebec as they offered local grocery delivery.
Molson Delivery Box.jpg
Dow delivery box.jpg
Here's a box from O'Keefe's that was used for their water bottles,
O'Keefes wooden water bottle box 1941.jpg
O'Keefe's water bottle.jpg
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A couple small crates from Ontario,
Bixel B&M Wooden Box.jpg
Soo Falls Wooden Box.jpg
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Here's a few of the crocks that were available,
Dow Crock.jpg
I've also seen a larger one of these Labatt's, this one is about two gallons,
Labatt Crock.jpg
Frontenac 1Ltr WC.jpg
A few from Quebec, A couple different Champlain boxes,
Champlain Wooden Box.jpg
Champlain 2 Wooden Box.jpg
A Canadian Breweries box,
Canadian Breweries Wooden box.jpg
Carling's,
Carling's Wooden Box.jpg
A few from Molson's,
Molsons Crate.jpg
Molson's Crate.jpg
Molson's Wooden Box.jpg
This is a Molson's drivers delivery cart with a couple crates loaded,
Molson Delivery Dolly.jpg
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A couple from Manitoba,
Drewery's
Drewery's
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A few others from Ontario,
Lidded St Lawrence Wooden Box.jpg
O'Keefe's Wooden Box 1937.jpg
This next one contained 24 of these stoneware bottles,
O'Keefe's Bottle WL.jpg
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A soda crate with the glass jugs,
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A Keg head from Canadian Breweries,
Canadian Breweries keg head.jpg
Dow Breweries, I was told that brewers marked both inside and outside of the boxes to deter other companies from knocking the sides off, turning them over and printing their name on the crate.
dow 7 37.jpg
Labatt's came out with some retro boxes in the 80's and 90's,
Labatt's Wooden box 84.jpg
Labatt's Wooden box 92.jpg
as did Moosehead,
moosehead.jpg
Sleeman had a 12 pack retro box,
sleeman.jpg

Here's a crate for a single 3 litre bottle,
unibrews 3litre.jpg
Here's what I would consider is Canada first "steel can" Contents are about 10 litre or 2.5 US gallons
Heuther's operated under this name from 1927 (the end of prohibition in Ontario) till 1936 when they changed the name to Ranger Brewing.
Huether Keg.jpg
On it's side ready to pour,
Huether Keg p.jpg
all done,
Huether Keg d.jpg
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Here's some of the Canadian cardboard packaging, I'll start with a single and go up from there...
A Scottish brew for the Canadian Market
A Scottish brew for the Canadian Market
a two pack from Newfoundland
a two pack from Newfoundland
Molson had at least a dozen different boxes for the 5 litre
Molson had at least a dozen different boxes for the 5 litre
One for the soda fans
One for the soda fans
A local Micro with 3 packs
A local Micro with 3 packs
Carling O'Keefe had these in the mid Eighties
Carling O'Keefe had these in the mid Eighties
A five pack from a local Micro
A five pack from a local Micro
Six packs, I'll start with bottles,
My oldest
My oldest
Most likely sold in 1936 or 37
Most likely sold in 1936 or 37
Complete with an opener
Complete with an opener
2x 3 stubby boxes 1960's
2x 3 stubby boxes 1960's
Straight Six, just like my Ford from the same era.
Straight Six, just like my Ford from the same era.
Stubbies and Labatt's first non stubby
Stubbies and Labatt's first non stubby
A now defunct local Micro from the mid eighties
A now defunct local Micro from the mid eighties
Pints
Pints
This style of box is what we have had for six bottles for about 30 years.
This style of box is what we have had for six bottles for about 30 years.
Cans, before the plastic ring took hold.
Cans, before the plastic ring took hold.
A couple Eight packs
A couple Eight packs
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Here's a few 12 packs for the quart bottles,
Circa early 50's
Circa early 50's
Circa mid 50's
Circa mid 50's
Circa late 50's
Circa late 50's
Circa early 70's
Circa early 70's
Circa early 60's
Circa early 60's
Circa early 60's
Circa early 60's
The Stubby was introduced nation wide across Canada sometime in 1961 and was replaced with longer necked bottles sometime in the early 80's, the next few cases are from the stubby era,
Circa 60's from Ontario
Circa 60's from Ontario
Circa late 70's from Ontario
Circa late 70's from Ontario
Circa early 60's from Quebec
Circa early 60's from Quebec
Circa early 80's from Alberta
Circa early 80's from Alberta
A few boxes for the larger bottles since that era,
Circa late 80's from the east coast
Circa late 80's from the east coast
Circa early 90's, exported to Taiwan.
Circa early 90's, exported to Taiwan.
Circa 90's Heritage bottles.
Circa 90's Heritage bottles.
In Ontario we had 12 packs that were 2 X 6,
Circa 80's
Circa 80's
Circa 80's
Circa 80's
In Quebec they had 12 packs that were 3 X 4,
Circa 80's
Circa 80's
Circa 90's
Circa 90's
Circa 90's
Circa 90's

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Cans came in Twelve packs in two basic designs...these 3X4's
Circa early 50's Courtesy of Larry Sampson collection
Circa early 50's Courtesy of Larry Sampson collection
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Circa 50's early Courtesy of Larry Sampson collection
Circa 50's early Courtesy of Larry Sampson collection
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Circa early 50's
Circa early 50's
The 50 is circa 1960, the Blue circa 1985
The 50 is circa 1960, the Blue circa 1985
Circa 1980
Circa 1980
Cira 80's
Cira 80's
Circa 70's
Circa 70's
Circa 70's
Circa 70's
Circa late 70's
Circa late 70's
The other design used was 2X6's,
Circa mid 70's
Circa mid 70's
Circa 60's, 70's and 80's
Circa 60's, 70's and 80's
Cira 80's and 90's
Cira 80's and 90's
710ML cans had this style of a carton,
Circa 90's
Circa 90's
Larger cans came in 3X4 open top cartons,
Circa 90's
Circa 90's
Circa 90's
Circa 90's
This oddball 18 pack carton promoting some hockey team,
Circa 2010
Circa 2010
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That Moosehead case with the cone on it is awesome!!
I shall leave no cone unturned!!
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@Tinman
Conehead wrote: Sun Mar 27, 2022 9:56 am That Moosehead case with the cone on it is awesome!!
I agree with Conehead!

Nice that you included sample content with most containers.

Do have a Moosehead cone? You might consider putting a post in the Advertise/Wanted section. You never know. Someone may have an extra or a downgrade they'd be willing to let go. If nothing else, you'll have more eyes out there looking...


I looked them up in the Foreign Can Supplement because I never saw one. They list two. The first one is from 1953 and the second is from 1955.

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1953 RS.jpg
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What the crown cap look like on that Moosehead cone top ??
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@beerhunter14
beerhunter14 wrote: Sun Mar 27, 2022 9:43 pm What the crown cap look like on that Moosehead cone top ??
Added to the images above.

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@MI-Cans Thanks for your comments, Yes, I do have and have had several of both of the variations, Most hard core Canadian Collectors have at least one, I got my first one at the 92 Canvention in Toronto.

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Okay, I see it. Thanks !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now I'm on a hunt for a Moosehead crown cap.
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Here's some 24 packs or as they are frequently referred to as a Two Four,
Circa Mid 50's
Circa Mid 50's
Circa Mid 50's
Circa Mid 50's
Circa Mid 50's... Bottle is a Beer, Case is Ale
Circa Mid 50's... Bottle is a Beer, Case is Ale
Circa Mid 50's
Circa Mid 50's
One produced for the foreign market,
Circa Mid 50's
Circa Mid 50's
Sometime around 1959 there was a huge innovation.... Handles were introduced... :smt026
Circa 1960
Circa 1960
Circa 1960
Circa 1960
In Quebec they had a deposit of 25 cents on their HD boxes,
Circa Late 50's
Circa Late 50's
In 1961 we had the stubby introduced,
Circa early 60's
Circa early 60's
Circa late 60's Incorrect bottle for case.
Circa late 60's Incorrect bottle for case.
Brewers offered mixed product in the 24 packs,
Circa Mid 70's
Circa Mid 70's
Circa Mid 80's
Circa Mid 80's
Circa Late 90's
Circa Late 90's
Circa Mid 70's
Circa Mid 70's
Some Brewers had Seasonal cases,
Circa Late 50's
Circa Late 50's
Circa Mid 80's
Circa Mid 80's
The stubby was gone by the mid 80's,
Circa Mid 80's
Circa Mid 80's
Circa Mid 80's
Circa Mid 80's
A Couple from Quebec,
Circa Mid 80's
Circa Mid 80's
Circa Mid 80's
Circa Mid 80's
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the O'Keefe's Seasons greetings box is cool.
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Here's one for the soda collectors,
Circa mid 60's, not sure which can was involved
Circa mid 60's, not sure which can was involved
A Classic case of over packaging, The Labatt retro boxes in post # 5 came in cardboard boxes,
Circa late 80's
Circa late 80's
Circa early 90's
Circa early 90's
Some time in the 90's brewers were permitted to introduce more than the regular 24's, O'keefe was one of the first to do so,
Circa late 90's
Circa late 90's
I found this in Michigan,
Circa 2000
Circa 2000
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@Tinman Dave, I have been looking at your Canadian bottles to see if I could identify ones I have.
In college, 1969 - 1971, I was a member of the Zeta Psi fraternity. In 1983 I ran into a Canadian member, who also collected beer stuff.
He sent me 3 bottles from the 100th year anniversary of their chapter. Original beer labels washed off and Zeta Psi labels attached.
First 2 bottles are still full, see foil neck wraps. No markings on the bottoms. Left bottle has words on the neck wrap: Brassin exclus(l?) over Premium brewed.
Can you identify the brands of beer/ale in the 2 full bottles?

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Baxter wrote: Wed Apr 06, 2022 4:44 pm @Tinman Dave, I have been looking at your Canadian bottles to see if I could identify ones I have.
In college, 1969 - 1971, I was a member of the Zeta Psi fraternity. In 1983 I ran into a Canadian member, who also collected beer stuff.
He sent me 3 bottles from the 100th year anniversary of their chapter. Original beer labels washed off and Zeta Psi labels attached.
First 2 bottles are still full, see foil neck wraps. No markings on the bottoms. Left bottle has words on the neck wrap: Brassin exclus(l?) over Premium brewed.
Can you identify the brands of beer/ale in the 2 full bottles?

Also any other Zeta Psi members on here?

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Great story, The long neck bottle is most likely Brador, there's a picture of a box with the bottle on it near the end of the second last post.. I suspect that the other foil wrap stubby is also Brador as it was one of a very few brands that had foil wrap tops. Brador was our first high alcohol content brand... 6.5% I think... The other ???? stubbies were used by every brewer in Canada for close to 20 years.

Hope this helps,

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Dave, Thanks. Nailed it. Both Brador.
Any interest?
I will probably take them to Norfolk and let the Iron Guts Union guys have at it.
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Here's a 24 pack for CT's,
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I believe the stamp indicates 8-49??
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if so, that'll put it within the first 5 months of when cans were reintroduced here in Canada after the war restrictions.

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My first and only vintage multi coloured print on a crate,
Circa 30's
Circa 30's
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