From the day Yoerg Brewing Company opened their doors, the family had a gorgeous, avant-garde, almost gothic theme to their various labels, boxes and signage. They had a number of different logos, color schemes, fonts and themes with their products with very little of them ever matching the other. One thing was certain though, they were stunning works of old world art and we think the main reason Yoerg materials have become the most collectable brewery paraphernalia in the United States. Beer trays from pre-prohibition breweries will trade for $75.00 to $125.00 year, but if you can find a Yoerg beer tray, it will set you back well over $5,000.00. Simple Yoerg beer labels from the 1930s and '40s are selling for upwards of $200.00 a label (when you can get just about any other Pre-Prohibition beer label for $5.00-$10.00 each). Even their bowling teams were the best dressed in town. Here is everything we have found that pertains to Yoerg Brewing Company.
The Yoerg Bowling Team in 1939