Identify the Prohibition Whiskey Bottles

Identify the Prohibition Whiskey Bottles

During one of my typical Google outings I stumbled upon this photograph of a nice old collection of prohibition whiskey bottles. The owner of this collection is unknown as the photo was snapped and uploaded to Reddit by the owner’s grandson according to the original post. My goal is to identify every brand in the photo and I need your help. If you can correctly identify any of the prohibition whiskey bottles in the photo please post your guesses below. Hint: click on the photo to get a larger version of it. Another hint: the collection seems to be in alphabetical order, more or less.

Can You Identify the Prohibition Whiskey Bottles?

Left Side – Top Shelf

  1. Antique
  2. Atherton
  3. Belle of Anderson
  4. Belmont
  5. Black Gold
  6. Bluegrass

Left Side – Shelf #2

  1. Broad Ripple
  2. Antique (box – 1/2 pint)
  3. Chicken Cock
  4. — (1/2 pint)
  5. Sam Clay
  6. Country Gentleman

Left Side – Shelf #3

  1. J.W. Dant
  2. J.A. Dougherty’s & Sons
  3. Old McBrayer
  4. Echo Springs
  5. Four Roses

Left Side – Shelf #4

  1. Golden Wedding
  2. Greenbrier
  3. Green River (1/2 Pint)

Left Side – Shelf #5

  1. Hunter
  2. Kentucky Tavern (1/2 pint)
  3. Kentucky Tavern
  4. Mattingly & Moore

Left Side – Bottom Shelf

  1. Old Continental

Right Side – Top Shelf

  1. Old Fitzgerald
  2. Old Forester
  3. Old Grand Dad

Right Side – Shelf #2

  1. Old Jim Gore
  2. Old Jordan
  3. Kentucky Colonel
  4. Limestone
  5. Mellwood
  6. Old McBrayer

Right Side – Shelf #3

  1. Old Mock
  2. Old Prentice
  3. Old McBrayer
  4. Old Quaker
  5. Old Raven
  6. Old Ripy
  7. Old Rosebud

Right Side – Shelf #4

  1. Old Schenley
  2. Old Stagg
  3. Old Sunny Brook
  4. Old Taylor

Right Side – Shelf #5

  1. Sam Thompson
  2. Pebble Ford
  3. Shenandoah
  4. A.M.S Special Old Reserve

Right Side – Bottom Shelf

  1. Van Hook
  2. Waterfill & Frazier
  3. Daniel Webster
  4. Willow Springs

1 Comment

  1. An astounding collection – but, sadly, a terrible photograph.

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