Reminisce about your time spent at Colonial Williamsburg while you sip your favorite brew from a Chowning’s Tavern Beer Glass. This Williamsburg Exclusive glass features the insignia of Josiah Chowning’s Tavern and holds 16 oz of liquid. Makes a great gift for any fan of Colonial Williamsburg!
- Each glass measures 7.25” tall, 2.5” opening at mouth
- 16 oz Capacity
- Made of Glass
- WILLIAMSBURG exclusive
- Made in China
Taverns in Virginia were often rambling story-and-a-half houses of wood, most frequently, located at cross-roads in the country, or at an intersection of streets in a town. The foundations were of brick or stone with basement. A tap room with portcullis grate was on the first floor. The kitchen as a separate building was located to the rear of the tavern.
Frequently, signs were used on taverns in Virginia just as in England. The signs were often painted by travelling artists and hung on the outside to attract the travelers. Other less important or smaller taverns carried no outside sign to advertise their taverns as a stopping place for the weary traveler.