Rare Grape Brick in Museum

Rare Grape Brick in Museum

 

A Prohibition era grape brick is on display at the Ontario Museum of History and Art. The brick is made of dehydrated grape juice and dates to about 1930. Grape bricks were sold during Prohibition and used to make wine at home. Home winemakers added water and fermented the reconstituted juice into wine. During Prohibition some wineries survived by selling wine bricks. The brick is one of the last in existence. The museum is located at 225 Euclid Street, Ontario, California 91762. Open Thursday through Sunday Noon- 4PM, closed some holidays. 

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