On Thursday, March 28, the Hanging Hills Brewery in Hartford, Connecticut will host three of DC’s finest beer history community members. Theresa
Thursday’s discussion will take place at the Hanging Hills Brewing Company, 150 Ledyard St., Hartford, CT 06114.
Hanging Hills Brewery Panelists:
- Thomas Cauvin (Colorado State University)
(Smithsonian National Museum of American History) McCulla
- Michael Stein (Lost Lagers)
- Travis Rick Rupp (Avery Brewing Company, Archaeology)
- Kim Bender (Heurich House Museum)
- Tiah Edmunson-Morton (Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives)
- Erin Lawrimore (Well Crafted NC, a project documenting beer and brewing in North Carolina)
Friday the prestigious group, informally called the “A-Team” of beer history, will be assembled at the Annual Meeting of the National Council on Public History. While the conference does require registration, the panel at Hanging Hills is free and open to the public.
The Thursday panel will be talking about the importance and origins of beer history. How was beer brewing and drinking
If you have any questions for the panel please tweet us. Please feel free to tweet us any questions if you can be in Hartford. If you can’t leave town, enjoy some beer history with a can of Company Porter at Bluejacket, or an 1857 London Burton Ale on draught at DC Brau.