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Arlington Heights Historical Museum presents: Pour and Pair at Pops' on March 3

January 26, 2018 11:59 AM
 
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What do Groucho Marx and Tom Selleck have in common with Frederick William Müller, who with his half-brother Louis Sass, formed the company Sass and Brother, manufacturers of what became the beloved Arlington Club Beverages, in 1872?

If you answered that each sported a larger than life mustache, you would be correct!  Frederick, known as "Pop" Müller, retired from the family business in 1923. His two sons took over the business renaming it Arlington Club Carbonated Beverages. And although F.W. died in 1925, the “Pop Shop at the Museum” carries on the long tradition of Arlington Club Beverages, and remains a favorite destination for visitors and residents, young and young at heart alike.

The Arlington Heights Historical Museum is now giving us the chance to step back in time where “Pop” Muller, originated his soda brand. A new event, Pour & Pair at Pop’s is being held on Saturday, March 3, 7 – 9pm, at the Historical Museum, and offers a unique opportunity for guests to sample locally produced cheeses, meats, and more amongst the Museum’s collection.  The event promises to give guests exclusive access to the museum, while mixing and mingling with local artisans and other history buffs to learn what goes into making hand-crafted delicacies and drinks.

The name of this event draws attention to the event’s focus on showcasing unique craft drinks and savory foods.   Guests must be 21 years of age and all proceeds benefit the Arlington Heights Historical Museum located at 110 W. Fremont St. in Arlington Heights.

In addition to the variety of premium craft beer, spirits, and wine, the evening will also include delicious bites from food vendors including: 

  • Cochina Azteca

  • Copper Fiddle Distillery

  • Filbert’s Root Beer

  • Jo Snow Syrups

  • Hofherr Meat Company

  • Koval’s Distillery

  • Milk and Honey Farmstead

  • Sketchbook Brewery

  • Tabal Chocolates

  • Temperance Brewery

  • Villa Gabriella Organic

  • Whiskey Acres

This mid-Winter’s night event is one you truly won’t want to miss! Alcohol sales also available, including an Arlington Club inspired cocktail with a limited release soda!

For more information, please call 847-255-1225.

VIP TICKETS – $60 New Members | $35 Members (6pm entry)

Early Entry!  Get an extra hour to explore and taste before everyone else.

  • Includes a 1-year, individual membership to the Historical Museum ($10 savings)
  • One complimentary souvenir pint glass or tote bag
  • Includes 10 Tasting Tickets

GENERAL ADMISSION – $50 at the door (7pm entry)

  • Includes 6 –Tasting Tickets
  • One complimentary souvenir pint glass or tote bag

Reserve your tickets in advance to ensure access. Limited quantities available.

Purchase tickets online at www.ahmusuem.org

*MUST BE 21 to attend / Photo ID Required

About the Arlington Heights Historical Museum

The Arlington Heights Historical Museum operates under a partnership of three between the Arlington Heights Historical Society, the Village of Arlington Heights, and the Arlington Heights Park District.

Mission: The Arlington Heights Historical Museum collects and preserves significant materials related to our past and shares them through educational and recreational activities that promote community heritage and pride.

General admission to the Arlington Heights Historical Museum is always free, but there is a suggested donation for weekend house tours.  Open hours:  Gallery: Tuesday-Thursday, 1:30pm – 4:30pm and Friday-Sunday, 10am – 4:30pm.

 

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