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Old Stitch Benjamin Franklin Verse T-Shirt

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  • Black, red, tan
  • Adult short-sleeve t-shirt featuring Old Stitch Beer logo
  • Printed with "Colonial Williamsburg" logo
  • Message on back: "I fear the man who drinks water and so remembers this morning what the rest of us said last night." — Benjamin Franklin
  • 100% cotton
  • Preshrunk
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Double-needle bottom hem
  • Available in 6 sizes
  • WILLIAMSBURG exclusive!
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A great gift for a special man's birthday, anniversary, Father's Day, or just because, this fun, black short-sleeved t-shirt features two of his favorite things beer and a whimsical Benjamin Franklin quote. The Old Stitch beer and Colonial Williamsburg logos are printed on the front with the following verse "I fear the man who drinks water and so remembers this morning what the rest of us said last night." along with a beer bottle is printed on the back. Old Stitch is a brown ale craft-brewed in Williamsburg according to historic recipes. Capturing the essence of an 18th-century brown ale, Old Stitch is dark and unfiltered, made with specialty malts well balanced by a touch of English hops to offer an authentic taste experience. The beer is served on tap in the Taverns of Colonial Williamsburg and is available by the bottle in Colonial Williamsburg stores. Add this pure cotton t-shirt to your wardrobe and toast your favorite Williamsburg memories.
 Small (size 34-36)
 Medium (size 38-40) 
Large (size 42-44) 
XLarge (size 46-48)
XXLarge (size 50-52)
XXXLarge (size 54-56)
Old Stitch is an old English brown ale crafted from an 18th century recipe for Colonial Williamsburg taverns by Williamsburg AleWorks. In the 18th century, patriots contemplated revolution as they savored their meals and hoisted pints of ale in taverns in Virginia's colonial capital. Today, Colonial Williamsburg's historic taverns serve the hearty and distinctive fare that sustained the Founding Fathers with contemporary flair and Southern hospitality in authentic surroundings.
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