The Colonial Brewer is in Switzerland…

My job requires that I travel, a lot, and its sort of a sport to try to find a tie into the places I go and the Colonial American experience.  Some places are easy, Benedict Arnold in Quebec, the 43rd Rgmt of Foot in Devon, John Adams in the Netherlands… but what about Switzerland.  This …

ANNOUNCEMENT!

Its Official! We are doing a Jeffersonian Dinner at Fort Mifflin. Saturday, February 22, 20206 p.m. Casual Conversation7 p.m. Dinner & Program Tickets limited to assure a meaningful experience. Must be purchased in advance. What is a Jeffersonian Dinner? The tradition of Jeffersonian Dinners began at Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, in the 1700s. …

Paperwork, Paperwork…

Well, the Colonial Brewer has finally completed a task that his grandmothers were able to do quite easily in a time before the modern “conveniences” of computer searches and online databases.  Of course, my task was made more complicated by recent family history (not a subject for this blog!) and privacy laws.  I shall soon …

ANNOUNCEMENT!

Its Official! We are doing a Jeffersonian Dinner at Fort Mifflin. Saturday, February 22, 20206 p.m. Casual Conversation7 p.m. Dinner & Program Tickets limited to assure a meaningful experience. Must be purchased in advance. What is a Jeffersonian Dinner? The tradition of Jeffersonian Dinners began at Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, in the 1700s. …