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Storz Brewing Company

 Organization

The Storz Brewing Company was founded in the 1860s as the Saratoga Brewery in Saratoga, Nebraska. It changed hands twice in that decade, and was renamed the Columbia Brewery. In 1884, Gottlieb Storz bought the company and moved it to Omaha, Nebraska, renaming it the Storz Brewing Company. Gottlieb Storz died in 1939, but the company remained with his family until 1966, when it was sold to the Grain Belt Brewery of Minnesota. The brewery in Omaha closed in 1972.



Condensed from: Storz History, Storz Brewing Company website, www.storzbrewing.com/about-storz/storz-history/

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Storz Brewing Co. Pocket Diary

 Collection — Box: MISC-02, Folder: MSS-0052
Identifier: MSS-0052
Content Description A pocket diary provided “Compliments of Storz Brewing Co. Omaha, Neb.” The journal includes blank pages for the owner to use as well as informational pages at the front and back of the volume providing information about the Storz Brewing Co. brewery including color illustrations of a beer bottle and a malt extract bottle, ideal serving conditions for beer, Omaha streets, populations of U.S. and world cities, U.S. presidents, shipping, and other information.