This week’s dive into the ZCP archive tells the story of Duluth’s “Moose Brewery,” Duluth Brewing & Malting, a West End fixture from 1896 to 1966. DB&M produced such beloved brands as Rex Beer and Love-It Soda during Prohibition—until Fitger’s purchased both brands at the start of the Great Depression. After Prohibition, DB&M produced Karlsbrau, Royal Bohemian, Royal 58, and Old English 600, a malt liquor that still sells today as Old English 800. From our book. Naturally Brewed, Naturally Better: The Historic Breweries of Duluth & Superior. Check out the story here.