Pearl Announces New Line of Merchandise Inspired by the Brewery’s Archives at the New Pearl Goods Shop
Pearl announces the launch of ‘Pearl Goods’ – a new line of original merchandise inspired by Pearl’s archives.
They are excited to announce Pearl Goods – a limited line of merchandise, which draws inspiration from Pearl’s archives and long history in San Antonio. Pearl merchandise is available online now, and is also available now for in-person purchase at Pearl Weekend Markets.
The new Goods shop showcases limited-edition merchandise for the first time in Pearl’s history. Drawing inspiration from Pearl’s history, vintage slogans, logos, and imagery are reproduced to pay homage to Pearl as an iconic part of San Antonio culture.
When the brewery was acquired in 2002 it came with a wealth of breweriana that became the bedrock of the archival collection. In 2016, Pearl acquired an additional 2,000 items from former Pearl Brewery employee Mr. Charlie Staats, who amassed an extensive personal collection of Pearl promotional items that spanned its eras. All merchandise featured in Pearl Goods are inspired by Pearl’s archival holdings. Pearl partnered with Helms Workshop to design Pearl Goods merchandise.
“Pearl Goods have been years in the making. It is a way for us to share the brand’s rich history and essentially open up our archives to the public,” said Pearl Chief Marketing Officer Elizabeth Fauerso.
For more information, pricing and a full list of items available for purchase visit Pearl’s website. Pearl merchandise items are available online and they can be purchased at Pearl’s Weekend Markets on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Pearl, located north of downtown San Antonio, provides a unique experience as a top culinary and cultural destination. The mixed-use space features retail, dining, picturesque green spaces, paseos riverside amphitheater, and the third campus of The Culinary Institute of America. As a former brewery operating from 1883 to 2001, Pearl reflects a vivid past while embracing the future with environmentally sustainable buildings mixed with historic architecture.
The 22-acre Pearl site is home to The Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio, the year-round Pearl Farmers Market, Hotel Emma and its restaurant Supper.
The restaurants include La Gloria by CIA graduate chef Johnny Hernandez; Savor from The Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio; Best Quality Daughter, Brasserie Mon Chou Chou; Blue Box Bar; Botika; The Boiler House Texas Grill and Wine Garden; Cured; Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery; Bakery Lorraine; Local Coffee Founders; Jazz, TX; Lick Honest Ice Creams, and High Street Wine Co. The Bottling Department, San Antonio’s first food hall, includes restaurants Fletcher’s Hamburgers, Tenko Ramen, Mi Roti, and Chilaquil.
The area is also known for its shops, including The Sporting District, The Twig Book Shop, The Tiny Finch, Adelante Boutique, Ten Thousand Villages, LeeLee, Dos Carolinas, Niche at Pearl, Feliz Modern POP, and Bike World.
Notable office tenants at Pearl include San Antonio Hispanic Chamber, Nature Conservancy, San Antonio Area Foundation, RBC Securities, The CE Group, Inc., WestEast Design Group, and The San Antonio Business Journal. Multi-family residences on property include The Can Plant, The Cellars luxury apartments with concierge-curated services, and Southline—the newest residence on the southern edge of the property and adjacent to the River. For more information, visit atpearl.com.