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Drink a Dink!
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Dinkelacker-Schwaben Brau was founded in 1888 by Carl Dinkelacker in Stuttgart, Germany. A year later, the new brewery required over 30 horses and three railway carts to deliver their beer to their customers. In 1890, Dinkelacker became the first brewer in Stuttgart to use the Pilsner brewing method to brew a beer. Dinkelacker brews were introduced to the US at the 1964 New York World’s Fair in their own tavern. The phrase, “Drink a Dink,” was trademarked by the Dinkelacker-Schwaben Brau on July 7, 1965, and found its way onto memorabilia in the 1980s.


German-American Steuben Parade. (2017). Steuben Parade Journal [Brochure]. New York City, NY: Author. Retrieved July 15, 2020, from

Oppedahl, C. (2016, November 11). DRINK A DINK Trademark of Dinkelacker-Schwaben Brau GMBH & Co. KG - Registration Number 0815574 - Serial Number 72222813 :: Justia Trademarks. Retrieved July 15, 2020, from

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