August 24, 6 – 9 p.m.
Wild hogs roam through Central Florida’s past. Not far from the present-day History Center’s door, razorbacks once rubbed their backs on the steps of Orange County’s wooden courthouse in the 1870s, when Florida was a wild frontier. Florida still has an estimated one million feral pigs on the loose.
Join us for the “Hog Wild” edition of History in a Glass to learn more about these boar-ish critter and watch as three ace mixologists from three popular craft cocktails bars in the Mills/50 District engage in a competition to create the best wild hog-inspired beverage. The winner will advance to the series finale in December.
Admission includes three hand-crafted cocktails and tasty cuisine from a local restaurant. Members: $20, general admission $25. This event is for guests 21 and older.
Doors open at 6 p.m., cocktail competition and drink service starts at 6:30.
For details, call 407-836-7046.
Get advance tickets here.
Participating bars include: