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Though today there is almost nothing as ubiquitous as a bottle of Coca-Cola, this was not always the case. For the first several years of its existence, Coke was only available as a fountain drink, and its producer saw no reason for that to change. It was not until March 12, that Coke was first sold in bottles. Originally developed as a non-addictive substitute for morphine, then marketed as a non-alcoholic "temperance drink," Coca-Cola was invented by John Pemberton, a druggist in Columbus, Georgia, in It was soon popular throughout the region, and the rights to the brand passed to Asa Griggs Candler. Candler's nephew had advised him that selling the drink in bottles could greatly increase sales, but Griggs apparently wasn't interested. The first person to bottle Coke was Joseph A.
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You might think of Coca-Cola as just another soda option out there, but the brand is actually pretty iconic and has quite the history. During that time, the Coke bottles , probably just as iconic as the drink itself, have changed their look a lot. Coca-Cola was created by John S. That year, the rights to the bottle were sold to two Chattanooga lawyers named Joseph Whitehead and Benjamin Thomas. From then on, the Coke brand grew massively to become what it is today… one of the biggest soda companies out there.
I assumed it was near the end of the metal can 7up , just based on there age. I like that lime can , i'll keep my eyes open for any more of these crush cans if I come across cans from that era Well the link that CC posted seems to indicate the brand name was Cola. I never found any original Registration documents for it in Canada.