Circle W Beverages, Miles City, Montana
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Posted by David Schott (+11195) 2 months ago
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+9865) 2 months ago
I've never heard of them, but I think most of those small soda producers had vanished before I was born.

Makes me long for the good old days when a bottle of pop was 7 or 10 oz. I rarely buy a pop these days, because I never want to drink very much of the stuff. It annoys me when I go into a convenience store and all they have are these giant bottles of pop. For a while the 6 oz. can was in style, but these have gone away lately.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+8218) 2 months ago
I've saw Circle W bottles for sale on eBay, but I don't know anything about the company.
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Posted by David Schott (+11195) 2 months ago
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The one shown above was purchased at a household auction yesterday by a friend in Miles City. I had never heard of Circle W before.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+9865) 2 months ago
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I had guessed by the scale bottle in the image, who the purchaser is.
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Posted by Ken Ziebarth (+320) 2 months ago
Picture does trigger a vague childhood memory, must be from the early '50s.
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Posted by Ken Ziebarth (+320) 2 months ago
After more rumination, I remember the Orange Soda in vending machines with Coke, And I remember visiting the Coca Cola bottler in the 400 block of Main, across from the park, on a school or scouts trip. I think the 'Orange' was bottled there also.
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