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Please forward this error screen to sharedip-107180124128. This article needs additional citations for verification. Old Vienna is a brand of beer brewed and bottled by The Koch Beverage and Ice Company in the early 20th century in Wapakoneta, Ohio by Henry Koch and his son Karl J. This family enterprise was founded as City Company Brewing Company Company in Wapakoneta, Ohio in 1862 by Karl Kolter and his son Charles Kolter. Glass bottles dating from about 1880 are embossed as “City Brewing Co.
TRADE KK MARK” on the bottle shoulder. The “TRADE KK MARK” is said to have been modified from a Guild Mark for the Kolter family’s brewery in Germany. Charles Kolter and his brother immigrated from Wallhalben, Germany, to Wapakoneta, Ohio before the mid-19th century. His father Karl Kolter, with his third wife and a number of children followed a few years later. The Karl Kolter was a brewer and Charles Kolter is shown in the 1880 census as a “brewer”.
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