Final Beer for History takes place Thursday, October 20 in Exeter NH

Final Beer for History takes place Thursday, October 20 in Exeter NH

Final Beer for History takes place Thursday, October 20 in Exeter NH

With Sam Adams the latest to join a strong lineup of brewers, the final Beer for History event on Thursday, October 20 in Exeter, NH is expected to draw a large crowd. In addition to Sam Adams, other brewers include Moat Mountain Brewing Co., Granite State Growler Tours, Neighborhood Beer Co. (NEIGHBORHOOD), and 7th Settlement.

More than 10 varieties of beer will be available at the event, including 7th Settlement’s Peter Peter Pumpkin Brown Ale aged in Flagg Hill Bourbon oak and NEIGHBORHOOD’S Granite Acorn Autumn Lager. Live music will be performed by musicians and Living History Performers Mike Welch and Mike Haeger, as they plan to play Revolutionary era tavern music. There will also be food, games, a magic show and more at the event, which is sponsored by Hoefle Phoenix Gormley & Roberts, P.A. Attorneys at Law of Portsmouth.

“The firm has been a huge supporter of the Museum this year and has sponsored the entire Beer for History series,” said Executive Director Julie Williams. “We hope to sell out this final event.”

Beer for History will take place at the Museum’s Folsom Tavern, 164 Water Street in Exeter, on Thursday, October 20 from 5 pm to 8 pm. Tickets are $30. Members of the Museum may purchase tickets at a discounted rate of $25. Kids are free. To buy tickets, visit https://independencemuseum.org/beer-for-history/.

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