Another relatively rare bottle to find in stoneware! This club shaped example is in a two tone cream and ochre, and is in excellent condition. Ginger Beer reached it's zenith in popularity by about 1930. Stoneware bottles were used until about the 1920s, when glass became cheap and plentiful. This bottle dates to about 1920. There are relatively few examples of this name to be found. The bottle is in excellent shape, with one area near the base that has a slight manufacturing flaw, almost looks like where a finger touched before firing. No damage - see pictures. Bottle measures 8" tall and 2 1/2" in diameter. Excellent!
Old Stoneware Ginger Beer Bottle, Slack and Cox Manchester