The Past on Tap: Feasts and Fermented Brews in Ancient Europe
Bacchus Uncorked: The Past on Tap
Hear from archaeologist Bettina Arnold how artifacts found at burial sites, and residue scraped from inside a 2,500-year-old bronze cauldron, shed light on feasting and power-drinking in pre-Roman Europe. Then join certified beer expert Mark Mark Keene to taste a selection of fermented brews with interesting connections to the past while enjoying the outdoor setting of the Getty Villa. Featured is a malt and honey beverage called braggot, created from a recipe based on the cauldron's contents and re-created locally by Santa Monica Brew Works. Tickets $65.00 (includes appetizers); ages 21 and over. Complimentary parking.
9 am–5 pm,7 days a week