Conventional wisdom has it that history is dry, but we must STOP! thinking that way.
The New York Historical Society on Central Park West is out to change that perception.
They are currently featuring an exhibit that is hoppy and full bodied and with a long bitter finish, but anything but dry.
This refreshing exhibit offers a look back into New York beer history.
Beer has been a part of the New York State landscape since the earliest European settlements.
In fact our state was the nation’s leading hops producer from 1840 until about the opening of our ClockTower in the mid 1880’s.
So until September 2nd the museum has installed a beer hall that is open and serving New York artisanal brews:
Gotta love a museum exhibit you can chug.