The oldest home in downtown Marietta, the c. 1845 William Root House is one of the only wood frame structures in town to survive the Civil War. The home was owned by Marietta’s first apothecary, William Root. William would have grown many medicinal plants for his pharmacy in his garden, including hops, which would have been used as an herbal medicine to assist with sleeplessness and anxiety.
Admission is $35 per person in advance and $40 per person at the door. Attendees will receive six 6 oz. drink tickets. Complimentary food samples provided by local restaurants will be available. Space is limited! Must be 21 or older to sample beers. IDs will be checked at the door.