Albert Franklin Hochstadter (born January 17, 1855 in Philadelphia, Mississippi; died December 12, 1930 in Birmingham) was a bottler in Birmingham in the late 19th century. He was also a member of one of the founding families of Temple Emanu-El.
Hochstadter was vice-president of the Goldberg Manufacturing Company, a maker of cider and vinegar and bottler of beer on the corner of 20th Street and Avenue B. He left after 1884 to establish his own Magic City Steam Bottling Works, which remained in business until 1892.
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