This week on Barrel Room Chronicles, I speak with Adrian Covert about his book Taverns of The American Revolution and will find out about some very interesting history including how the term “Bar” came to be. Then later in the show we’ll see what new releases are hitting the market.
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Adrian Covert is a San Francisco Bay Area–based author, artist, and Senior Vice President of Public Policy for the Bay Area Council, a regional business and economic planning non-profit organization. Covert studied political science at San Francisco State University and enjoys old bars and playing baseball for the Sunset Nobles. In 2016 he authored Taverns of the American Revolution: The Battles, Booze, and Barrooms of the Revolutionary War.
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