You will all have realised I couldn’t resist a label or two from the United States. The Duluth Malting & Brewing Company operated from 1896 until prohibition stopped all brewing activities in 1920. It restarted beer production in 1933 and continued until closure in 1966. This label probably dates from the late 1930s and it raises a question. Is the depicted brewery a realistic image of the actual establishment or is it a stock image used by the printer and could appear on the products of a number of different companies? I am sure I have seen the same image on another label and no amount of research has enabled me to come up with an answer.