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Smithsonian’s Food History Weekend is Nov 1-3, The Experts Think You Should Be at Last Call

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History will celebrate its fourth annual Food History Weekend this weekend on November 1-3 under the theme “Regions Reimagined.” A description for the event notes “Over the course of three days, [we] will explore the history and changing dynamics of regional food cultures in the United States. How have regional foodways expressed their place? Who and what shape regional identities? How are new ideas about regions reviving, shaping, and reshaping food in America?” They’ll do this through a gala, roundtable discussions, and a festival on Saturday.

Oh and at a Last Call event on Saturday night from 6:30-9pm featuring four out of town breweries and their representatives, including: 

  • Shyla Sheppard from Bow and Arrow Brewing Company, Albuquerque, New Mexico (feat. “Dream Mesa” Golden Sour with Navajo Tea and “Denim Tux” Blue Corn Lager)
  • Jon Renthrope from Cajun Fire Brewing Company, New Orleans, Louisiana (feat. Big Chief Crème Stout and Honey,

Source: DC Beer

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