Toast your friends, good health ...and Colonial Williamsburg with this fun pint glass. Ideal for a cold beer or any other beverage, each pint glass has the Dear Old Mum Spiced Ale Colonial Williamsburg logos on one side and "There can't be good living where there is not good drinking. Benjamin Franklin" on the other. In 18th-century Europe, where polluted waterways were a problem, people drank alcohol. It was an easy example for the colonists to follow. The first beverages of choice were cider and beer. Share the spirit of good drink at your next dinner party or afternoon picnic with this stately pint glassware. 6" 16 oz.
One side printed with Colonial Williamsburg logo and Dear Old Mum Spiced Ale logo
Other side printed with: "There can't be good living where there is not good drinking." Benjamin Franklin
Made in the USA
Hand wash. Do not stack.
Dear Old Mum beer is crafted using 18th century recipes and ingredients that come as close to what was available during the time period as possible. The brew was developed at a Williamsburg-area microbrewery using the expertise of the Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Foodways Staff. Visitors can watch the 18th-century beer making process in programs offered in the Historic Area. The beer is also served in Colonial Williamsburg's taverns.
At Chowning's, Christiana Campbell's, King's Arms, and Shields taverns, guests enjoy dining experiences similar to those of patrons who frequented these establishments in the years leading up to the American Revolution. Colonial Williamsburg's taverns are located in the heart of the Historic Area and are open to the public. Although inspired by 18th-century recipes, today's menu reflects the culinary tastes and methods 21st-century diners prefer. Guests are immersed in the complete tavern dining experience, making them part of the story with music, games and lively interaction with costumed interpreters.