The Greenville Bottling Company, a beer company established by S. M. Schwartz in 1883, was Greenville's first known first bottling company. J. H. Shelburn established another beer bottling company in 1884. In 1892, Ed. H. Shelburn & Co. began a bottling company for carbonated drinks, the first to sell Coca-Cola in 1893. J. W. Bryan invented the drink, Euvita, and in 1903, established the Euvita Bottling Co. In 1908, T. M. Hooker and W. A. Teel, Jr. began the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company. The Burton Soda Water and Ice Cream Works opened in 1906 bottling Seven Springs Mineral Water. W. J. Hardee, C. M. Warren, and R. T. Cox began the Greenville Chero-Cola Bottling Company in 1915. In 1916, James M. Hines opened the Coca-Cola Bottling Works. The Orange Crush Bottling Company opened in 1923. J. Carroll Waldrop started the Nehi Bottling Company in 1933. The Double Cola Bottling Company started in 1939. The Gary Beverage Company of Charlotte, NC established the Greenville Tip Company in 1940.