Yes, it is indeed, the world's largest bottle of catsup (old spelling) standing proudly over Collinsville, Illinois just south of downtown.
The one-of-a-kind, 170-foot-tall water tower was built in 1949 for the bottling company of Brooks old original rich & tangy catsup. Interesting fact, it was the H.J. Heinz Company, who started producing the red sauce in 1876, who switched the spelling from catsup to ketchup to stand out among competitors. Today, ketchup is the standard, while catsup is still used occasionally.