From a 1968 It's the Water News dating these bottles from 1902 to 1913
One of the early labels for Olympia Pre 1902 Capital Brew Blacked out to read Olympia Brewing CO so post 1902
Brewery's First Label (picture from the Olympia Tumwater Foundation
George T Magginis was a bottler of beer and soda in Seattle at the turn of the century this beer would have been shipped up to Seattle  in hogsheads then bottled  label from the Olympia Tumwater foundation
From the Olympia Tumwater Foundation Collection note the neck label for Northern Pacific RR
Am example of the over 21 bottle 
A 12 oz Bottle from the collection of Jeff Henry 
A Pre Pro Postcard Showing a 21 Bottle 
From the Company Magazine September 68 A Short lived label yet easier to find than the 02-13 because of production The 7 oz split is almost impossible to find
A Last Gap Effort in a Losing Proposition to End Prohibition
Two  Pre Pro Bottles on the left Circa 1914- 1915 on The Right one of the first bottling's of Capital Brewing Excelsior 
Two San Francisco Filled Olympia Beer Bottles embossed on one side Paper label on the other 
Again From The Company Magazine explaining the Bottles above
From It's Water News another Version of an San Francisco  Bottle 
Colorized version 
Example of early packing of 21 Bottles each bottle hand packed into a cardboard box then put into a shipping crate above you can see the cardboard boxes on right of the above picture 
End of the box pictured above
Above and below a pre pro Oly bottle telling the consumer why they need to take action to stop the onset of prohibition. This is one of a number of different bottles with similar message
All Olympia Beer Bottles prior to 1936 have their born on date perferatoed on the label with the advent of the stubby in 36 Bottles were dated with dots on the back of the label see sidebar down below
Two tough Oly stubby bottles a rare Olympia Bock beer from 1940 also available in tall twelve and quart bottles Also a clear stubby bottle and depending on who you listen to could be the result of one of two things either a WWII  glass shortage or a more probabe answer a method for testing the batch quality at the brewery by looking at the beer through a clear bottle (more research needed)
One of the more popular sizes because of the more beer for your buck motto Oly quarts come in a variety of shapes from the classic extra large stubby style bottle to the long neck whiskey style bottle. The tall quart with the newer style label was purchased(and enjoyed) by me in Missoula Montana in the 1990's It was available at a downtown deli and was one of like two locations where you could even find these, the other being a chain of low cost grocery stores in Nevada. Note the rocket top version of the Oly quart a non deposit non return bottle.

Ever wonder about the dots on  the  back of the Oly Stubby label here is the story

With the second world war the quart bottle was the way to go cutting down on the amount of crown caps and glass 
1943 Saving Caps 
The process of getting crowns ready for re use during WW II 
Note on the bottom of the ad asking people to save their caps 
Mailer to distributors pushing quart bottles and saving crowns 
The returnable quart left in the old style bottle with crown and the non returnable on the right with a twist top 1969 The neck label would start to appear on quarts in 68-69

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The famous Olympia Tall  12 bottle a tavern style bottle introduced in the late 60s to replace the more traditional tavern bottles and advertised heavily, yet for some reason they do not show up all too often probably a result of the recycle concious consumer of the Pacific Northwest a easy bottle that is realitivly hard to find for the number that were produced

With bottles of course there are bottle caps shown below are some of the more unique including pre pro and anti-prohibition Oly caps