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Bluthentahl & Bickart (1880-1919) (Georgia)


Historical Note

Bluthentahl & Bickart (B & B) was a distillery that operated in Georgia, beginning in 1880. In 1906, they moved operations to Maryland, when the state of Georgia passed prohibition laws. The distillery continued in Maryland until the United States ban on alcohol in 1919. Among the many distilleries with which they worked was the Old Kentucky Distillery. B & B produced whiskey under the brand names: "Allegheny", "Alligator Bait", "B & B", "Cleveland Club Old Rye", "Fitzhugh Lee", "Four Aces", "Good Value", "Good Whisky", "Hop Scotch", "Kentucky Blue Blood", "Mark Rogers", "Mark Rogers", "Mistletoe", "Mobile Buck Gin", "Mountain Dell", "Oakland", "Old Joe Rye", "Old Rookery", "Old Velvet Rye", "Royal Arch", and "Silas Deane."

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Old Kentucky Distillery Warehouse Receipt,

Identifier: Ms-2015-057

The collection includes a receipt from Old Kentucky Distillery for five barrels of Cherokee Springs whiskey deposited by Bluthenthal & Bickart distillery of Georgia in 1901.

Dates: July 13, 1901