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America's Oldest Bars: California

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A look at California's longest-living watering holes.

Inside the Elixir Saloon.

You belly up to the bar, put your hand on the old wood, or the worn metal, and order yourself a pint. It’s a place you may have never been, and an action that’s been done by many before you. There are names scratched into the wall. Scuffmarks on the floor. Nothing’s fancy. Nothing’s too too. The place, the drink, it’s all the way it should be and it’s going to continue that way for some time to come. Why? You’re in a nexus for drink, space and time. You’re visiting a classic, one of the oldest bars in the country.

This installment of our America's Oldest Bars Series features California. Substance-wise these days, California may immediately congure leafier images, but think about its port cities, the Gold Rush, its writers and actors, those still following the "Go West" motto, and the salty dogs washed up on its shores. Makes sense California would have some pretty old bars for all those characters. While not a definitive list, the following ten bars are some of California’s oldest. From Elixir in San Francisco to The Iron Door Saloon in Groveland, consider this a checklist for tippling in some of this state’s most time-honored joints.


Yuengling

D. G. Yuengling & Son ( / ˈ j ɪ ŋ l ɪ ŋ / ( listen ) YING -ling) [1] is the oldest operating brewing company in America, established in 1829. In 2018, by volume of sales, it was the largest craft brewery, sixth largest overall brewery and largest wholly American-owned brewery in the United States. [2] [3] Its headquarters are in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. [4] In 2015, Yuengling produced about 2.9 million barrels, operating two Pennsylvania facilities and a brewery in Tampa, Florida. [5]

Yuengling is an Anglicized version of Jüngling, its founder's surname and the German term for a "young person” or “youngster”.

The family-owned brewery has traditionally changed ownership through the purchase of the company by the offspring of the previous owner. [6] Though it is an amber lager, Yuengling Traditional Lager is popular enough in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley to be ordered in some bars by simply asking for a lager. [7] [8]


Yuengling

D. G. Yuengling & Son ( / ˈ j ɪ ŋ l ɪ ŋ / ( listen ) YING -ling) [1] is the oldest operating brewing company in America, established in 1829. In 2018, by volume of sales, it was the largest craft brewery, sixth largest overall brewery and largest wholly American-owned brewery in the United States. [2] [3] Its headquarters are in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. [4] In 2015, Yuengling produced about 2.9 million barrels, operating two Pennsylvania facilities and a brewery in Tampa, Florida. [5]

Yuengling is an Anglicized version of Jüngling, its founder's surname and the German term for a "young person” or “youngster”.

The family-owned brewery has traditionally changed ownership through the purchase of the company by the offspring of the previous owner. [6] Though it is an amber lager, Yuengling Traditional Lager is popular enough in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley to be ordered in some bars by simply asking for a lager. [7] [8]


Yuengling

D. G. Yuengling & Son ( / ˈ j ɪ ŋ l ɪ ŋ / ( listen ) YING -ling) [1] is the oldest operating brewing company in America, established in 1829. In 2018, by volume of sales, it was the largest craft brewery, sixth largest overall brewery and largest wholly American-owned brewery in the United States. [2] [3] Its headquarters are in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. [4] In 2015, Yuengling produced about 2.9 million barrels, operating two Pennsylvania facilities and a brewery in Tampa, Florida. [5]

Yuengling is an Anglicized version of Jüngling, its founder's surname and the German term for a "young person” or “youngster”.

The family-owned brewery has traditionally changed ownership through the purchase of the company by the offspring of the previous owner. [6] Though it is an amber lager, Yuengling Traditional Lager is popular enough in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley to be ordered in some bars by simply asking for a lager. [7] [8]


Yuengling

D. G. Yuengling & Son ( / ˈ j ɪ ŋ l ɪ ŋ / ( listen ) YING -ling) [1] is the oldest operating brewing company in America, established in 1829. In 2018, by volume of sales, it was the largest craft brewery, sixth largest overall brewery and largest wholly American-owned brewery in the United States. [2] [3] Its headquarters are in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. [4] In 2015, Yuengling produced about 2.9 million barrels, operating two Pennsylvania facilities and a brewery in Tampa, Florida. [5]

Yuengling is an Anglicized version of Jüngling, its founder's surname and the German term for a "young person” or “youngster”.

The family-owned brewery has traditionally changed ownership through the purchase of the company by the offspring of the previous owner. [6] Though it is an amber lager, Yuengling Traditional Lager is popular enough in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley to be ordered in some bars by simply asking for a lager. [7] [8]


Yuengling

D. G. Yuengling & Son ( / ˈ j ɪ ŋ l ɪ ŋ / ( listen ) YING -ling) [1] is the oldest operating brewing company in America, established in 1829. In 2018, by volume of sales, it was the largest craft brewery, sixth largest overall brewery and largest wholly American-owned brewery in the United States. [2] [3] Its headquarters are in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. [4] In 2015, Yuengling produced about 2.9 million barrels, operating two Pennsylvania facilities and a brewery in Tampa, Florida. [5]

Yuengling is an Anglicized version of Jüngling, its founder's surname and the German term for a "young person” or “youngster”.

The family-owned brewery has traditionally changed ownership through the purchase of the company by the offspring of the previous owner. [6] Though it is an amber lager, Yuengling Traditional Lager is popular enough in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley to be ordered in some bars by simply asking for a lager. [7] [8]


Yuengling

D. G. Yuengling & Son ( / ˈ j ɪ ŋ l ɪ ŋ / ( listen ) YING -ling) [1] is the oldest operating brewing company in America, established in 1829. In 2018, by volume of sales, it was the largest craft brewery, sixth largest overall brewery and largest wholly American-owned brewery in the United States. [2] [3] Its headquarters are in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. [4] In 2015, Yuengling produced about 2.9 million barrels, operating two Pennsylvania facilities and a brewery in Tampa, Florida. [5]

Yuengling is an Anglicized version of Jüngling, its founder's surname and the German term for a "young person” or “youngster”.

The family-owned brewery has traditionally changed ownership through the purchase of the company by the offspring of the previous owner. [6] Though it is an amber lager, Yuengling Traditional Lager is popular enough in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley to be ordered in some bars by simply asking for a lager. [7] [8]


Yuengling

D. G. Yuengling & Son ( / ˈ j ɪ ŋ l ɪ ŋ / ( listen ) YING -ling) [1] is the oldest operating brewing company in America, established in 1829. In 2018, by volume of sales, it was the largest craft brewery, sixth largest overall brewery and largest wholly American-owned brewery in the United States. [2] [3] Its headquarters are in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. [4] In 2015, Yuengling produced about 2.9 million barrels, operating two Pennsylvania facilities and a brewery in Tampa, Florida. [5]

Yuengling is an Anglicized version of Jüngling, its founder's surname and the German term for a "young person” or “youngster”.

The family-owned brewery has traditionally changed ownership through the purchase of the company by the offspring of the previous owner. [6] Though it is an amber lager, Yuengling Traditional Lager is popular enough in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley to be ordered in some bars by simply asking for a lager. [7] [8]


Yuengling

D. G. Yuengling & Son ( / ˈ j ɪ ŋ l ɪ ŋ / ( listen ) YING -ling) [1] is the oldest operating brewing company in America, established in 1829. In 2018, by volume of sales, it was the largest craft brewery, sixth largest overall brewery and largest wholly American-owned brewery in the United States. [2] [3] Its headquarters are in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. [4] In 2015, Yuengling produced about 2.9 million barrels, operating two Pennsylvania facilities and a brewery in Tampa, Florida. [5]

Yuengling is an Anglicized version of Jüngling, its founder's surname and the German term for a "young person” or “youngster”.

The family-owned brewery has traditionally changed ownership through the purchase of the company by the offspring of the previous owner. [6] Though it is an amber lager, Yuengling Traditional Lager is popular enough in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley to be ordered in some bars by simply asking for a lager. [7] [8]


Yuengling

D. G. Yuengling & Son ( / ˈ j ɪ ŋ l ɪ ŋ / ( listen ) YING -ling) [1] is the oldest operating brewing company in America, established in 1829. In 2018, by volume of sales, it was the largest craft brewery, sixth largest overall brewery and largest wholly American-owned brewery in the United States. [2] [3] Its headquarters are in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. [4] In 2015, Yuengling produced about 2.9 million barrels, operating two Pennsylvania facilities and a brewery in Tampa, Florida. [5]

Yuengling is an Anglicized version of Jüngling, its founder's surname and the German term for a "young person” or “youngster”.

The family-owned brewery has traditionally changed ownership through the purchase of the company by the offspring of the previous owner. [6] Though it is an amber lager, Yuengling Traditional Lager is popular enough in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley to be ordered in some bars by simply asking for a lager. [7] [8]


Yuengling

D. G. Yuengling & Son ( / ˈ j ɪ ŋ l ɪ ŋ / ( listen ) YING -ling) [1] is the oldest operating brewing company in America, established in 1829. In 2018, by volume of sales, it was the largest craft brewery, sixth largest overall brewery and largest wholly American-owned brewery in the United States. [2] [3] Its headquarters are in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. [4] In 2015, Yuengling produced about 2.9 million barrels, operating two Pennsylvania facilities and a brewery in Tampa, Florida. [5]

Yuengling is an Anglicized version of Jüngling, its founder's surname and the German term for a "young person” or “youngster”.

The family-owned brewery has traditionally changed ownership through the purchase of the company by the offspring of the previous owner. [6] Though it is an amber lager, Yuengling Traditional Lager is popular enough in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley to be ordered in some bars by simply asking for a lager. [7] [8]



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