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18th-Century Taverns & Ales at the Anderson House

The Society of the Cincinatti’s Anderson House is teaming up with Yards Brewing to put on an evening dedicated to 18th century tavern life. Yards Brewing Company’s “Ales of the Revolution” will be served. Yards’ founder and brewmaster Tom Kehoe and tavern scholar Rod Cofield, director of interpretation and museum programs, Historic London Town and Gardens will be on-hand to give a talk about the importance of tavern culture to the 18th century. Cheese pairings and light refreshments will be served.

The ales of the Revolution include George Washington’s Tavern Porter, Poor Richard’s Tavern Spruce Ale, and Thomas Jefferson’s Tavern Ale.
Tickets are $15. Reservations are required. Register online at www.societyofthecincinnati.org/public.htm#events or contact us at events@societyofthecincinnati.org or 202.785.2040.

The Anderson House is located at 2118 Massachusetts Avenue NW.

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