An American history class for boozehounds: this is our high-spirited history of alcohol in America. Prohibition comes and goes but tippling has always been our national pastime. Thomas Jefferson had his three glasses of wine a day; John Hancock had his beer; and the Supreme Court Justices required Madeira.
You will be learning about America’s drunk history; you also be tasting many of the best wines, beers, cocktails, and spirits from American history. From colonial America, to the Continental Congress, to the origin of Bourbon, this is a night for a truly unique sauced education.
In our Drunk History class, students consume history in a way they never new possible.
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