Kentucky's Oldest and Largest Brewery
(These two are the same picture, more or less. The b&w image on
the right is a key to show you how much of the image on
the left is actually a part of the brewery)
|Aerial Views of Wiedemann's||The Geo. Wiedemann Brewing Co.||Royal Amber Champagne Beer||Aerial Views of Wiedemann's|
A short history of Wiedemann's is here.
|Charles Wiedemann Residence, Newport||Chas. Wiedemann Residence||Wiedemann Residence, Cote Brilliante, Newport|
|Home of 150 Horses at the Wiedemann Brewery, Newport||Interior of Wiedemann's, capacity 325,000 bottles daily|
|Thanks! to Nancy and Dennis Hanseman for these two images|
Deutsche Gast Haus, Wiedemann's Brewery,
|Reception Room at Wiedemann's, Newport||Die Deutsche Bierstube for
|Presidents Office, Wiedemann's Brewery, Newport||Wiedemann Residence, Newport||Secretary's Office, Wiedemann's Brewery, Newport||Main Office, Wiedemann's Brewery, Newport|
Wiedemann Baseball Team October 9, 1907.
"To Mr. Chester Stockum, 8 + Doolittle Sts, Carnegie, Pa., Dear Brother, Aunt Barb did not get here yet, and when she does we will let you know. Mama and Papa went to see these men play Sunday. The Covingtons beat them. 5 to 3 favor of the Covingtons. From your loving sister. Mamie."
Wiedemann Trucks, unknown date
|This is one of Wiedemann's
"new" trucks. 1954
|Wiedemann truck from the 1930's||You can read Wiedemann's own
explanation of this one, here.
|The George Wiedemann Brewery registered 8 trucks in February of 1911, 2 Packards and 8 Electrics. In March of 1911, Charles Wiedemann - the son - registered a 30 hp Packard, and in May of 1911, George Wiedemann - the father - registered a 24 hp Packard.|
|Wiedemann's Ad from 1908
Wiedemann - "The Acme of
Scientific Beer Brewing"
|Letterhead of the
|Wiedemann Letterhead, 1914
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