A Toast to the B. Schade Brewing Company

Bernhardt Schade’s story started over 130 years ago when he was born in Schwanenhof, Königsberg, a district of Prussia. Brewing beer was common in Schade’s family, and beer was part of his cultural heritage. In Spokane, Bernhardt Schade left the New York Brewery in 1902 to start his own brewing legacy, the B. Schade Brewing Co. Schade’s plan was to brew a fine lager and out-produce Spokane Brewing and Malting Co. As soon as Schade’s plans were printed in the Spokesman-Review, the competition had begun, and it continued right up until Prohibition. Continue Reading