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In 1923, the Lebherz Family opened up the Everedy Factory which manufactured ingenious cooking utensils and gadgets. The original Lebherz held the No.1 patent on the bottle capper -- several now are displayed in our bar. This invention was very popular with the public who were making home-brew during the Prohibition Era. Some Fredericktonians were insistent that people were not making home-brew, but that they made root beer. Interesting as this notion might be, it would now appear strange because the fact is that the Everedy Factory could not sell many bottle cappers after the Prohibition was repealed! Could it be that people lost their taste for root beer after the Prohibition ceased? You may be the judge of that.
During the next 30 to 40 years, the Everedy Factory manufactured some of the most interesting and ingenious pots, pans, and kitchen wares. They were one of the first companies to make chrome-plated utensils and to teflon coat pots and pans. During the World War II years, the factory was converted to make munitions, among which were grenades.
After having been purchased by a larger company, the facilities production was transferred elsewhere, and what was known as The Everedy Company finally closed its door in 1977
Everedy Co., Frederick, MD. http://tess2.uspto.gov/bin/showfield...ate=70gc6d.2.2
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