A few houses down on West Isabel is another French Second Empire home Yoerg Sr. built for his son, Anthony Junior, who followed him in the beer business. The other sons, Louis and Frank, did so too. The young Anthony turned out to be the most worldly successful of the second generation and the one who spent the least time in the beer trade. He served on the city council, the board of education, and in the legislature, and very briefly as brewery president after his father died. But he soon went his own way, in real estate, and moved to California in 1919.