Sunday, June 18 at 6:00 PM
What do a jousting match, exotic singing birds and the sun god Ra have in common? Why, everyone’s favorite malt beverage, beer, of course! Find out how the sudsy beverage connects these fascinating topics, and delve into Atlanta’s long and vivid history of brewing with a Father’s Day offering of Malts & Vaults of Oakland: Where Beer Meets History.
Stick around because Malts & Vaults: Where Beer Meets History will feature a post-tour sampling of local brews, provided courtesy Orpheus Brewing. Sampling only available to adults 21+ with valid ID.
Authors Ron Smith and Mary O. Boyle will be on hand to autograph copies of their books, Atlanta Beer: A Heady History of Brewing in the Hub of the South and Prohibition in Atlanta, which are available for purchase in Oakland’s Visitors Center & Museum Shop.
Students: (with ID) $10
Seniors: (65 and older) $6
Historic Oakland Foundation Members: Free
(HOF membership will be verified at check-in)
Tickets go on sale June 3 and are available online only at FreshTix.com.