Fort Steele Brewing Company

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Fort Steele Brewing Company

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Dates of existence

1898-[1920]

History

The Fort Steele Brewery was started by Fritz Sick after he arrived in Fort Steele in 1898. It was situated on the west side of the Kootenay River across from the town of Fort Steele. Fritz and his son Emil went on to establish breweries in twelve towns in Canada and the United States. The Fort Steele Brewing Company was earlier known as the Kaiser and Sick Brewery.

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MS 35

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Fort Steele Heritage Town Archives

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Draft

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Partial

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Revised 9 January 2011

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