Whale Brand had been around since 1867. The Massolt Brewery was founded by William, and later run by his son Albert. The 1919 City Council Minuutes record the passage of a resolution regulating the beverage trade - why, I've no idea - and Massolt was one of five bottlers in town. The others were Coca-Cola, of course, Gluek, Purity and Sanitary.

You know things are not exactly pure and sanitary when companies have to put that in their name.

I don't know when Massolt bit the dust; this page says they were out of the brewery business in 1896. Other searches come up with a product called "Wakiki Punch," which suggests a post-war trade. It doesn't seem to have been a major player, but it was local and unique.

And doubly famous, it seems.