Birmingham Steam Bottling Works
- This article is about the bottler operating in the 1880s, for the Birmingham Bottling Works operating after 1911, see National Dope Company.
According to one source, the firm was founded in 1875, but another source indicates that the company was the successor in 1884 to Davis & Herbert which had been established earlier the same year by Davis and John Herbert as the city's first bottler of mineral water.
In 1888 Davis & Worcester's bottling works had been expanded to 40 feet by 140 feet. The plant handled mineral waters, ginger ale, sodas, carbonated drinks, sarsaparillas, ciders and vinegars. They sold Worcester Ginger Ale under their own label.
- Dubose, John Witherspoon (1887) Jefferson County and Birmingham, Alabama: Historical and Biographical Birmingham: Teeple & Smith, Publishers; Caldwell Printing Works.
- North Alabama (Illustrated) (1888) Birmingham: Southern Commercial Publishing Co.