ENJOY AND EVENING OF REVOLUTIONARY REVELRY AT THE CANNONBALL TAVERN
Experience the ambiance of a colonial-era tavern in Philadelphia when Fort Mifflin transforms the Soldier’s Barracks into the Cannonball Tavern, complete with authentic beverages and hearty tavern fare. Enjoy tavern games, the warm glow of a cozy fire and the company of civilians and soldiers of the era. Outdoor fire pit and cannon demonstrations complete the scene. Period attire welcome but not required. Profits from this brand new event support educational programming.
Remember, Taverns are not just places to eat and drink, there are a vital part of everyday life in Colonial America. See Role of the Tavern in Colonial America.
Of course we do come to taverns to enjoy fine food and drink which is why the Colonial Brewer will be there with the following for you to enjoy:
- Common Sense Cherry Pils
- Victory at Yorktown — Biere de Garde
- Flippen Popkin Ale
- John Adams Breakfast Cider
- 1st Rhode Island Regiment Black Cider,
- Battle of the Bees Mead and some
- Tavern Games
Come join us for a fine night of food, drink, entertainment, and the sharing of ideas.