The photograph below shows the Indianapolis Brewing Company’s parade wagon pulled by a six-horse hitch on East Georgia Street. The wagon is decorated with what looks like wheat and hops, wooden beer barrels, and a sign for Mausner’s Lager Beer. Although this photograph is dated 1933, my guess is it was probably a little later since The Indianapolis Brewing Company made Mausner Lager as a post-Prohibition beer with the slogan “Like the Old Days” This beer was named for Casper Maus, one of the brewery’s owners. Note the streetcar tracks in the center of the street (see another photograph here of a trolley on this same track just a little east of this spot during the 1913 streetcar strike).