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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Another Good Reason to Cross the Delaware

One of The PubScout's favorite annual beerfests is held each year on the banks of the Delaware River at Washington's Crossing State Park. This year's WCB (figure it out) will take place on May 3 from 12:30-4:30. More info is available at the WCB link above.

Though Founding Father George Washington crossed the Delaware in the other direction in 1776--and for a far more critical reason, if the current list of attending breweries is any indication, it appears this fest will be worth another crossing. Once there, we can raise a glass (or twenty) to George.

But please drink responsibly. That advice comes from Hessian Colonel Johann Rall, who, along with his Hessian troops, over-indulged one Christmas. Their unbridled revelry did nothing less than give hope--and birth--to a nation.

See you bankside on May 3!
The PubScout

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