Spirits of Easton exhibit at Sigal Museum
Alcoholic beverages hold a special place in global history, with roots dating back to more than 4,000 years ago! Particularly in early American history, this remains true. When small villages and towns were set up in the new world, often two of the first things to be built were a brewery and a grain mill. Easton was no exception. Brewing and distilling have a rich history in the local area as well.
In partnership with Porters’ Pub, the Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society presents “Spirits of Easton” — a small but enticing exhibition on some of the early brewers of 19th century Easton and surrounding areas. Join in reminiscing about the Seitz, Kuebler, and Veile brewing companies and others through a display of exquisite vintage bottles, grain ledgers, photographs, and more. Attendance free with paid admission.
- Credit Cards
- Group Friendly
- Handicap / ADA
- Family Friendly
- Every day from Aug 10 – Feb 1, 2017 (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
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