The Tate House Museum presents it’s annual beer event, ColoniAle, in collaboration with Mast Landing Brewing Company on September 25th. The event starts at 3PM with a multi-room, 18th century beer focused tour of the Tate House presented by our docent experts. This is followed by a 16 ounce pour of beer at Mast Landing Brewing Company in Westbrook at 4:30PM and a talk by Ben Lisle entitled “Ale For Invalids”: Brewing and Drinking Beer Under the Maine Law in Nineteenth Century Portland”.
Ben is an assistant professor of American Studies at Colby College. He is the author of Modern Coliseum: Stadiums and American Culture, published by the University of Pennsylvania Press in 2017. His current research investigates the ways craft beer has reshaped urban landscapes since the 1980s. Lisle also manages the Maine Beer Project (https://mainebeerproject.com/) and writes a bi-weekly beer column for the Portland Press Herald. He is on Twitter at @bdisle.
Tickets for the event are available online at www.tatehouse.org and are $45 General Admission, $40 THM members and $35 for new members. Memberships can be purchased by going to the website.
Seating is limited so purchase your tickets early.
Masks will be required for this event.
FMI; Holly Hurd
Tate House Museum
1267 Westbrook St
Portland ME 04102