The Big Sky Pale Light Ice Chest says it all.
Nothing will look cooler on your porch, company picnic, camping or the big tailgate at the next Cats v Griz tilt!
This a reproduction of a rare 1950’s style cooler offered by the Great Falls Brewing Company, Great Falls, Montana. These were certainly promotional items. The cooler features fantastic graphics of mountains and reads “Big Sky Pale Light Beer Mild and Mellow.” It’s believed this brand started in the 50s and ran through the end of the Great Falls, Brewery in 1966. The art is featured on the back of the cooler, and the sides feature Big Sky Pale Light bottle art.
sliver; 430# Stainless steel; some assembly may be required
Product size:36’’x19’’X35’’(L X W X H)
Interior compartment: 30’’X15’’X12’’(L X W X H)
Great Falls Brewing Company 1933-1968; Great Falls, Montana:
Great Falls Breweries Inc. was founded by Emil Sick in 1933 immediately after the repeal of Prohibition. It was begun with the purchase of the interests of the Montana Brewing Company and the American Brewing Company, two Great Falls firms dating from the 1890s that had been closed by Prohibition. Mr. Sick continued the operation until 1949 when he sold the property to local interests. It was again sold in 1966 to Blitz-Weinhard Company of Portland, Oregon, which continued operations until September, 1968 when severe economic conditions forced the closure of the Great Falls plant. At the time of its closing, the Great Falls operation was the last operating brewery in the four state area of Montana, Idaho, North Dakota, and Wyoming.