The reopening meant that the skeleton crew of 20 employees, who kept the plant open during Prohibition, increased to 108 with 0,000 a year in payrolls.

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Starting in 1905 when the brewery began the use of the name for one of its many beer brands, Hahne Sr. maintained that their major label beer’s name was derived from the original Budvar Brewery of Budweis, Germany, in the present Czech Republic.

This was the Royal Brewery of the Holy Roman Emperor dating back to the early Middle Ages.

In ancient times, southern Italy was inhabited by the Oenotrians ("tribe led by Oenotrus").

A likely derivation of the ethnonym Oenotrian would be the Greek οἶνος (oinos), "wine", as the Oenotrians inhabited a territory rich in vineyards, with Oenotria (or Enotria) being extended to refer to the entirety of Southern Italy.

He went to the Iowa farming region having heard of the need for help in that section.

He worked there for a year before moving to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he got a job in a brewery.

The sale of beer became legal again on April 7, 1933.

Unfortunately, Frank Hahne Sr., who died in March 1932, never got to see his brewery reopen.

Hahne and his associates that nearly all the business men of the city subscribed to the venture and a charter was applied for." Hahne's partners in his business were Mike Winter and Jack Weil. By 1906, at least four products - Du Bois Wurzburger, Hahne's Export Pilsener, Du Bois Porter and Du Bois Budweiser - were being produced. Hayes managed the farm from 1912-25 and Bill Fairman Sr. Hartzfeld sold his portion of the farm to Crescent Brick Company, who sold it to present owner Larry Baumgardner.

Hahne owned 51% of the stock in the company and the rest was sold to interested buyers. Hahne's use of the Budweiser name would create legal battles with the giant Anheuser-Busch Brewery leading to several court cases. The orchard was selected by the state as a model demonstrating orchard and his 1,800-pound Percheron stallion, Du Bois, took many blue ribbons when he exhibited him. Today the farm is a memory, the buildings are gone and the land strip-mined for coal.

The colonists were led by a "ecista" a chosen leader, who before departure was sent to consult the Oracle Delphi (Delphi is both an archeological site and a modern town in Greece on the south-western spur of Mount Parnassus in the valley of Phocis), for instructions on where to found the new colony.