Tizer bottle

Made:
1925 in Manchester
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Tizer bottle photographed staight on on a white background
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Tizer bottle photographed staight on on a black background
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Tizer bottle stopper photographed staight on on a white background
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Bottle for 'Tizer', 1925

The brand 'Tizer' was established by Fred Pickup in Manchester in 1924. It was originally marketed as 'Tizer the Appetizer'. After Pickup's death, the company was owned by the Armour Trust before being sold to A.G. Barr in 1972. A.G. Barr maintained links with Greater Manchester with a factory in Atherton (which closed in 2007). It now has a sales and marketing office in Bolton and a distribution centre in Moston.

Details

Category:
Food & Drink Industry
Object Number:
Y2013.1
Materials:
glass, metal and rubber
type:
bottle