Untapped: Another Round of Fort Worth Beer History
Although Fort Worth brewing history is a tale that’s been told well by others, join us as we venture off the beaten path. Librarian Gaby Kienitz explores stories of how hardships, handshake deals, and backstabbing–along with a whole lot of gumption and good luck shaped the ups and downs of more than 150 years of beer brewing and drinking in Fort Worth.
The program is FREE and HYBRID. You can join us IN-PERSON at Fort Worth Public Library (500 W 3rd St) or register on ZOOM
Gaby Kienitz is a librarian in the Genealogy, Local History, and Archives Unit at the Fort Worth Public Library. She has been a librarian specializing in genealogy, history, and archives for the past 6 years, but not all of them in Fort Worth. Previously, she was a museum conservator for 20 years for a variety of history museums across Canada and the US, with brief stints at an archaeological museum in Bodrum, Turkey, conserving items recovered from a Bronze Age shipwreck. In short, she has spent her entire working life in public institutions preserving history and striving to make it accessible.
For the health and safety of our attendees and staff, we will be asking all guests to socially distance. Masks are strongly encouraged but not required.
Saturday, December 4 at 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Fort Worth Public Library, Tandy Hall 500 W 3rd St, Fort Worth, TX 76102