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Category: Boat TourLearning & Drinking
Date: June 28, 2017 - 7:30 PM ( Ends 10:30 PM )


We invite you to be our guest for an incredibly rare opportunity to hop aboard a historic wooden boat built in 1936.  Completely restored to its full glory, this privately owned vessel will be our means to discuss Revolutionary Era drinking culture.  And, let me tell ya, those patriots drank!

Our three hour journey begins on the Chicago River where we cruise amongst the urban canyons and make connections to drinking history.  We then head to Lake Michigan where we’ll float along and bask in the beauty of our skyline and the red glare of summer night fireworks courtesy of the City of Chicago.

We’ll have a limited selection of beer, but this experience is also BYOB (because who are we to decide what you drink?!).  We will have a lovely charcuterie spread and snacks available for your enjoyment.  There’s only room for 10 of you thirsty patriots, so make like Paul Revere and go, go, go!

$100 Ticket price includes SOLD OUT:

- 3 hour boat tour on historic, restored boat.

- Private experience, limited to 10 person capacity.

- Captained cruise along Chicago River and Lake Michigan.

- History chat.

- Limited selection of beer.

- Charcuterie spread.

- Fireworks!