Alabama Soft Drink Bottling Plants

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former Coca-Cola bottling plant [gone]
Anniston, AL
This Coca-Cola bottling plant was built in 1931. Coca-Cola moved to another location in 1976. This building last housed a Salvation Army. It was demolished in 2019.

former Dr Pepper bottling plant
Birmingham, AL
The Dr Pepper bottling plant buildings have been restored as Pepper Place. This complex was built in 1931 and consists of seven buildings used by the Dr. Pepper Syrup Plant and the Dr. Pepper Bottling Company. The factory ceased production in 1982. In 1990, the abandoned buildings were transformed into shops, businesses, a farmers' market, and a theatre. The original scales that were used to weigh the Dr Pepper syrup and the vaults where the secret formula was stored are on display. For more, see this website. [map]

former Coca-Cola bottling plant
Dothan, AL
The Coca-Cola bottling plant was built in 1942. It closed in the 1990s. In 2017, the building was refurbished and turned into a music and event venue known as The Plant. [map]


former Coca-Cola bottling plant
Opelika, AL


This Coca-Cola bottling plant was built in 1938. It was used as a distribution center until 2007. In 2010, the building was being converted into the Event Center Downtown. [map]

former Coca-Cola Building
Sylacauga, AL
This Coca-Cola Building was built in 1929. It may have been used as a warehouse rather than a bottling plant. [map]

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