Brewing A Revolution at the Smithsonian

by Renee on September 14, 2019

So now that it’s public I can tell you about the “Brewing A Revolution” exhibit that will be opening in November at the National Museum of American History! Jack and New Albion will be recognized along with other craft beer pioneers as part of the fifth annual Smithsonian Food History Weekend.

The Last Call: Brewing History After-Hours
Friday, November 8, 2019, at 7 p.m.

Join us for an evening of conversation with several of the most transformational figures in the beer industry and brews spanning the spectrum of the craft beer revolution. Also enjoy after-hours access to the FOOD exhibit and brewing history objects out of storage, including recent acquisitions.

Tickets$45 — Purchase before October 1 to receive $10 off!

Brewing a Revolution

A conversation with the founders of craft beer: Fritz Maytag, former owner of Anchor Brewing Company; Ken Grossman, founder of Sierra Nevada Brewing Company; Charlie Papazian, founder and past president of the Brewers Association; and Michael Lewis, professor emeritus at University of California, Davis.

Craft beer tastings with:

  • Dogfish Head Craft Brewery (Milton, Delaware)
  • Anchor Brewing Company (San Francisco, California)
  • Sierra Nevada Brewing Company (Chico, California, and Mills River, North Carolina)
  • Raleigh Brewing Company (Raleigh, North Carolina)

Raleigh Brewing is bringing New Albion Ale for the tasting as part of our partnership!

Cheers to beer pioneers and craft beer history!


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