McCracken’s City Brewery Melbourne Poster


McCracken’s City Brewery was one of the six Melbourne breweries that amalgamated in 1907 to form Carlton & United Breweries Pty Ltd. The final brews were taken in April 1908, and by June the magnificent City Brewery had closed. 

CUB continued to use the McCracken name on products such as AK Light, McCracken’s Australian Bitter Ale, Invalid Stout and Khaki brand Extra Stout, which were still produced as late as the 1940s. This advertising poster was made in the 1930’s. 

This poster showed off the Victorian facade of the brewery in Collins Street and also Little Collins street. They were showing the public how successful the business and great their beers were. c1880.


This is a fantastic Australian brewery poster to compliment any wall. These prints
are highly collectable and a refreshing way to bring colour and verve onto any wall.
Our high quality art prints come professionally printed on art paper stock which
allows for a vivid image with exceptional colour vibrance and print quality. You will
not be disappointed with the quality and workmanship. We have an extensive
collection of brewery photographic and poster art and if you require something not
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