How to surprise Dad with Well-Behaved Taverns for Father’s Day: Top 5 tips 

The history-loving dad would love Well-Behaved Taverns Seldom Make History as a Father’s Day gift. Make it memorable with an experience that pairs with the book.

  • Package it with a Pennsylvania beer or spirit: Well-Behaved Taverns is loaded with them. Yards, Dad’s Hat, Bluecoat, Yuengling, Thistle Finch, St. Boniface. On the cover, that’s a Sly Fox O’Reilly’s Stout.
  • Plan a magical history tour: Keep it a mystery, and take Dad to a Well-Behaved Tavern steeped in his favorite era – the American Revolution, Whiskey Rebellion, Fries Rebellion, the canal era, Underground Railroad, Battle of Gettysburg, the Molly Maguires, or Prohibition.
  • Go ghost hunting: Keep an eye out for the horse thief hanged at the Jean Bonnet Tavern in Bedford, or the opinionated Phillies fan at the General Warren in Malvern.
  • Relive Prohibition: Feel the thrill of sneaking into a speakeasy at Lancaster’s Horse Inn or Easton’s Two Rivers Brewing Co.
  • Raise a toast to revolutionaries: Follow in the insurrectionist footsteps of George Washington, John Adams, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, Marquis de Lafayette, and generals Greene, Wayne, and von Steuben.
  • Bonus tip #6! Show Dad how smart you are: Take Dad to dinner at a Well-Behaved Tavern, and drop a cool fact about the secret tunnel in the basement, or the spot where Lassie ate raw steaks off the floor. Finally, he’ll ask, “How do you know all this?” Present him with his copy of Well-Behaved Taverns, so he can learn all the secrets behind every beam, brick, and stone, too.

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  1. Having lunch at Sweney’s Tavern. Have to come back for dinner at the Farnsworth House.

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