At one time, Evansville was home to 17 independent breweries. In 1894, three of those breweries – Fulton Avenue Brewery, John Hartmetz & Son, and Evansville Brewing Co. – consolidated to form the Evansville Brewing Association. The association was reportedly created to give smaller brew houses a fighting chance against the larger F.W. Cook Brewery. In 1910, the EBA employed 250 people and housed 20,000 barrels. The EBA asserted that their beers could be “drunk with pleasure and real sound logical reasons at that.” In 1918, it became Sterling Brewery.
The Evansville Design Group refreshed the original logo from 1894, creating the modern version shown here.
Tri-blend fabric. 50% polyester + 25% cotton + 25% rayon = 100% magic. The fabric is the softest we could find. Bonus: it never shrinks!
Machine wash warm, tumble dry low.
Details & Fit
Unisex straight fit. Crew neck and short sleeves. The tee features our signature Made in Evansville logo printed on the back, just below the neck.
Olive tee with tan ink.
Tee is designed, dyed and cut in America then assembled in Central America, all 100% sweatshop-free using eco-friendly, sustainable processes.
Screen printed individually by hand in Evansville, Indiana by our friends at Burnt Prairie Print Shop.