Pour Out A Malt Rainier For Your Homies

July 28th, 2008 @ 12:46 am by Cliffe | Sorted Vintage Ads |
As 2Pac once said, “Pour out a little liquor for your homies.” While he may not have had Malt Rainier in mind, there is a Rainier Ale still poured out or imbibed by homies today — as this website clearly shows. This is the third in our series of vintage Seattle Brewing & Malting Company ads (see previous entries here and here). If you zoom in on the Malt Rainier bottle you can once again make out that old slogan “There’s new strength and vigor in every drop.” Indeed! Click on the thumbnail for higher resoluti
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Malt Rainier. The Pure Malt Tonic. For mothers who require additional nourishment and strength. Seattle Brewing & Malting Company. The Argus. February 20, 1909. Price 50 cents. Vol. 16, No. 3. Published by H.A. Chadwick.

6 Responses to “Pour Out A Malt Rainier For Your Homies”

  1. Jonathan S says:

    If this kid keeps crying, I’m going to finish this cup and then move on towards that bottle. And then, if the kid is STILL crying, I’ll go for that giant bottle on the floor over there.

  2. Derek L. says:

    Malt Tonic probably means malt syrup – I.E. non alcoholic. It’s not the same thing as malt liquor, which is a legal classification of beer not a brewing classification.

  3. Cliffe says:

    Derek: It does say “not over 5% liquor” on the bottle in the lower left.


  4. bradford says:

    Wow, 5% is even a little bit more than the alcohol content of modern Rainier beer!

  5. Julie Anne says:

    Most. Hilarious. VintageSeattle. Post. Ever.

    I would love to have this ad to frame for my kitchen.

  6. didi says:

    “Pour Out a Little Liquor”! That’s one of my favorite 2Pac songs. :o )

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