Sunday, June 21st, 2015 View Image
Treat him like the champ today. #FathersDay #TimelessTaste #Schlitz
Friday, June 12th, 2015 View Image
#TimelessTaste in taking off early tomorrow. #Schlitz
Monday, June 1st, 2015 View Image
#SchlitzSundays are always worth capturing. #TimelessTaste #Schlitz
Saturday, May 9th, 2015 View Image
Remember, nothing but #TimelessTaste tonight. #Schlitz
Sunday, March 22nd, 2015 View Image
#TimelessTaste in epic arrivals. #BiancaJagger #Schlitz
Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 View Image
Just the right amount of festive. #GreenGarnishes #ProperPatricks #TimelessTaste #StPatricksDay #Schlitz
Sunday, March 1st, 2015 View Image
Searching for signs of #TimelessTaste tonight. #RichardAvedon #HarpersBazaar #JeanShrimpton #Schlitz
Tuesday, February 10th, 2015 View Image
Mind Over Monday. #EasyStreet #Schlitz #TimelessTaste #MadMen
Sunday, February 8th, 2015 View Image
Treating Saturdays to #TimelessTaste since 1849. #Schlitz
Sunday, February 1st, 2015 View Image
Bringing #TimelessTaste to the forefront. #Schlitz #DeathAndCoBook #DeathAndCo
Saturday, January 24th, 2015 View Image
Nothing opens up the weekend better than brass. @standardpattern created this opener inspired by the key to the Brown Bottle Hospitality Room that was given to the #Milwaukee mayor in 1938. #Schlitz #TimelessTaste #MadeInUSA
Thursday, January 8th, 2015 View Image
Check out the stellar #SchlitzBouts coverage by @atlargemagazine online! #Schlitz #TimelessTaste
Thursday, December 25th, 2014 View Image
Treat the holidays to #Schlitz. #TimelessTaste
Schlitz dates back to 1849, when German immigrant, August Krug, began brewing beer in his Milwaukee restaurant’s basement.
Twenty-year-old Joseph Schlitz immigrates to Milwaukee from Germany and is hired by Krug to handle his restaurant and brewery’s bookkeeping.
The brewery produces 300 barrels of beer.
After Krug passes away, Joseph Schlitz takes over the brewery, renaming it the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company.
Schlitz Brewing Co. now produces and sells roughly 2,000 barrels of beer.
In the wake of the Great Chicago Fire in 1871, Schlitz sends hundreds of barrels of beer to the City. Its support led the brand to become historically known as “The Beer that Made Milwaukee Famous.”
The trademarked “Belted Globe” is used on all Schlitz bottle labels.
“The Beer that Made Milwaukee Famous” is introduced as an official slogan at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago.
With over 1 million barrels sold, Schlitz becomes the largest brewery in the world.
Schlitz introduces the now ubiquitous “Brown Bottle,” an innovation that inhibits light from spoiling beer as quickly.
Prohibition is enacted and the brewery is renamed the Joseph Schlitz Beverage Company. Its trademark slogan is also changed to “The Drink that Made Milwaukee Famous.”
Prohibition is repealed, allowing the Company to change its name back. Production volumes surge to pre-Prohibition levels.
Due to rationing for World War II, canned beer is only offered to the U.S. military and only in drab olive-colored cans.
Schlitz beer is once again available to the general public.
Following the WWII production downturn, Schlitz quickly regains international prominence, selling 6.35 million barrels in 1952.
Schlitz introduces the 7 oz. “Little Joe” bottle.
Schlitz introduces the Industry’s first 16 oz. flat-top beer can.
The 24 oz. “Tall Boy” can is introduced by Schlitz.
Schlitz continues to be at the forefront of product innovation by introducing the first aluminum “Soft Top” can.
Schlitz does away with the need for a church key by adopting the first “Pop Top” can.
Unable to keep up with demand, the Company builds a 34-acre brewery in Winston-Salem, NC. With a 4.4 million barrel annual production capacity, it became the largest brewery in the world.
The Company sells 21.3 million barrels.
The Schlitz Brewing Company is acquired by Stroh’s.
Pabst Brewing Company acquires the Schlitz brand.
The premium “Classic ‘60s Formula” that made Schlitz the top American Lager for decades is reintroduced.