"Old Stitch" Kitchen Towels
This pure cotton towel features a beer logo familiar to many Historic Area visitors. 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. Add this towel to your kitchen or bar and toast your favorite Williamsburg memories.
Tan, black, red Kitchen towel with beer logo Image says "Old Stitch, Brown Ale, Williamsburg, VA" Set of 2 100% cotton 28"W x 18"L Machine wash and dry WILLIAMSBURG by India Overseas
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.