A. B. C. Brewing Corp. opened in 1934 and closed in 1936 it was open for 2 years. Breweries that are only open for a couple of years like this did not have a long time to produce advertising and collectibles so they tend to be more scarce than breweries with more longevity. Breweries that started up right after Prohibition was repealed, up to around the 1950s are the last group that represent highly collectible and valuable Breweriana for the most part. The period after Prohibition was when cans became popular so some of the rarest and most desirable cans come from this period. For cans to be very valuable they need to be rare, and in very good condition in most cases. A. B. C. Brewing Corp. was in an active brewing city. St. Louis, MO was listed as having 108 breweries, which is quite a few. Sometimes a large number of breweries can lead to an active collecting community that will be willing to pay more for breweriana items than other collectors.
- Related Breweries: Division of Atlantic Brewing Co. - IN 150i
- Other Names Used by this Brewery: doing business as A. B. C. Brewing Corp. Champagne Velvet Brewery
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Breweries listed under St. Louis, MO 131
|Excelsior Brewery Co.
|Henry Koehler Brewing Association
|American Brewing Co.
|A. B. C. Brewing Corp.
|Terre Haute Brewing Co. Inc.
|A. B. C. Brewing Co.
Breweries listed under St. Louis, MO
|108 breweries were found for St. Louis, MO, showing 10 listings nearest to A. B. C. Brewing Co.
|Carl Hannemann Brewery
|Charles Heitz Schricker & Co. Brewery
|Sam Jackson Brewery
|Jeffery Jefferson Brewery