SPONSORED: Craft cocktail competition meets history class once again in the latest edition of this local Drunk History lesson, hosted by the Orange County Regional History Center.
Local craft bars compete for bragging rights by creating tasty libations inspired by local history. Past muses have included local murder mysteries like Dolores Myerly who was killed in the San Juan Hotel in 1938, celery, and hot firefighters.
The theme for this month’s event is “A Slice of History” or more specifically, surgeons during the Civil War. Learn what it took to be a surgeon during the Civil War and why soldiers referred to them as “butchers.”
Enjoy great food by King Bao, music, and three hand-crafted cocktails for $25 stirred up by professionals from Osprey Tavern, Wine Bar George, and Tuffy’s Bottle Shop and Lounge. History Center members can get a $5 discount. Tickets can be purchased HERE, but only if you’re 21 or older.
The fun begins at 6 p.m. October 25 with drink service starting at 6:30 p.m. For more details, call 407-836-7046.