|Overview of the
|Bavarian, 1922||Bavarian Workers|
There's a detailed history of Bavarian at Wikipedia.
Covington Lager Beer Brewery, 1884
|Bavarian Truck||Delivering in Latonia, 1915|
The application to put Bavarian on the National Register of Historic
places, complete with photo's, history, and maps.
|The Bavarian Brewery||The Bavarian Brewery||The Bavarian Brewery|
|Myers Distillery, producer of Fulton Whiskey|
Details about Fulton at this site.
The final days of the Brenner Brewery Building
|Crigler & Crigler
Distillers of Woodland Whiskey
|The John Brenner Brewing Company, 1903
More about Brenner, here.
|Philipp Jung Brewery Company, c. 1912
(Successor to “Brenner”)
Brewers of Fine Lager and Bottled Beers
|The Orene Parker Co.,
12 & 14 Pike Street
|The Covington Brewery||Pattison Brothers, 1914||Heidelberg Brewery|
|Fire! in 1875 at a Lewisburg distillery.|
|“The second floor of Lang & Knoll's brewery, Covington, gave way on Thursday with 13,000 bushels of barley and malt, and this broke down the first and third floors, all being precipitated in the cellar. Two men in the brewery at the time escaped with slight injuries. Loss $6,000.” Courier-Journal, July 30, 1870||“At one of the bonded warehouses in Covington, Ky., thousands of bees have died this season of imbibing too freely. If a drop of whiskey oozes from the barrel, they light upon it and suck it until they drop off dead.” Indianapolis' Daily State Sentinel, September 16, 1868|
|Francis Scholle compiled this list (pdf) of breweries that have been in Covington. Five pages worth!|
|Five-story riverfront distillery of James Walsh & Co. burns, in 1893, here.||Dave Schroeder writes about the history of Covington and beer, at this site.|