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The label, at left, reads: "over 5½% alcohol by volume." In August, 1935 the newly formed Federal Alcohol Administration mandated that alcohol strength can not be specified on beer labels. 1940 to 1946 - Further simplifications were made to the label's background graphics by removing the figures above and to the right of the "Acme" banner, and the font for the capital letter "B" was simplified.
1942 to 1946 - Just four months into WWII, bottle caps were being rationed and Acme promoted buying quarts to save caps.
- Acme introduced two new containers and an Ale, so the marketing focused on that rather than any new slogans.
The only clue is the red "B" which when compared to the '37 label above indicates that the glass dates from 1937 to 1940.
From the alcohol content of 3.2% shown at the top of the label here, it's apparent that it was in use only from April to December of 1933.