Ryan Maybee (left) and Andy Rieger stand by the restored J. Rieger & Co. ad repainted on the side of the Rieger Hotel Grill & Exchange at 1924 Main St. Rieger’s forebears created the whiskey brand that died out decades ago but has found a new home in a former Heims Brewery Co. bottling house in the East Bottoms.
Ryan Maybee (left) and Andy Rieger stand by the restored J. Rieger & Co. ad repainted on the side of the Rieger Hotel Grill & Exchange at 1924 Main St. Rieger’s forebears created the whiskey brand that died out decades ago but has found a new home in a former Heims Brewery Co. bottling house in the East Bottoms. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star
Ryan Maybee (left) and Andy Rieger stand by the restored J. Rieger & Co. ad repainted on the side of the Rieger Hotel Grill & Exchange at 1924 Main St. Rieger’s forebears created the whiskey brand that died out decades ago but has found a new home in a former Heims Brewery Co. bottling house in the East Bottoms. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star

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September 16, 2014 07:00 AM

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