EXETER —Based in Stowe, VT, von Trapp Brewing will kick off Beer for History on Thurs., October 5 at Folsom Tavern (c. 1775) on the campus of the American Independence Museum (AIM) in downtown Exeter.
Presented by Donahue Tucker & Ciandella, Beer for History is family-friendly and features music, trivia, and/or colonial tavern games with seating available both inside and outside the tavern. “It’s a wonderful way to experience history in a fun way that brings people of all ages together,” noted Jennifer Carr, AIM executive director.
Having previously participated in Beer for History on multiple occasions, von Trapp Brewing will pour three of their beers. These beers include Bohemian Pilsner, their award-winning interpretation of a Bohemian Style Pilsner and Dunkel, the original dark lager of Munich and the first beer “style” born out of the German Beer Purity Law. von Trapp Brewing will also pour Stowe Style Festbier, their collaboration with Narragansett Brewing Company of Providence, Rhode Island, which represents the next offering in the Stowe Style series.
“We are thrilled to welcome von Trapp Brewing back to Beer for History,” added Carr. “Our shared love of history is what keeps our partnership going.”
Tickets for Beer for History events are $10, while youth (under 21) are free. Beer for History with von Trapp Brewing takes place from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Thurs., October 5 at the American Independence Museum’s Folsom Tavern, 164 Water St., Exeter.
Ticket prices include beer (21+), Escape Room, and light snacks. To purchase tickets, or learn more about Beer for History and other scheduled brewers this fall, visit independencemuseum.org.
Home to a world-class collection of 3,000 historic artifacts, AIM develops programs, events, and exhibits that honor and invite inclusive and diverse perspectives. AIM is sponsored in part by Service CU, NH State Council on the Arts, Kennebunk Savings, Donahue Tucker & Ciandella, and New Hampshire Humanities.
Click this link to view upcoming Beer for History events.