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I .... J { U 18 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30- MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 NEWS cape Gazette ! Beer, live music and bonfire honor First State's history By Nick Roth tion beers. A second version of nick@capegazette.com Delaware Oyster Stout, made with Delaware oysters; was As the first state to ratify the brewed-for and will debut at the constitution, on Dec. 7, 1787, event. Delaware will always have a The first batch was made for place in the history books. Georgetown's annual Oyster Eat Georgetown-based 16 Mile in February. Hagelman said the Brewery is trying to honor that latest brew features twice the historic day with the first of what number of oysters, bringing out it hopes will be many celebra- more oyster flavor. It also has a tions, higher alcohol by volume, From 3 to 8 p.m., Friday, Dec. 7, Bethany Blues will be on hand also known as Delaware Day, 16 to provide delectable dishes Mile will become much more made from a pig raised on 16 than a brewery; it will be the Mile grains. place to go for food, beer, live The event also offers 16 Mile music and charity, all ending gourmet bread made by Root, 16 with a bonfire. Mile malted ice cream from "Every year I've lived here, I've King's Ice Cream and Amber 16 watched the news on Dec. 7, and English Farmhouse Cheddar they mention that it's Delaware from Chapel Creamery in East- Da ," y said 16 Mile Director of on, Md. Sales and Marketing ClausAll creations feature 16 Mile Hagelman. beer as an ingredient. "I always think we should've The brewery partnered with done something. How can we Great Scott Broadcasffng to or- not celebrate your own day? It's ganize the event's live entertain- right there on our flag."ment. Four to eight bands will In 1933, a statewide effort was perform in a 30-fo0t-by-30-foot made by Delaware educator and tent outside or acoustically in the legislator E. Paul Burkholder and brewery's tap room. the Georgetown Rotary Club to The event will also raise funds make Dec. 7 Delaware Day. Every for Georgetown-based Children governor since has supported and Families First. the tradition. One dollar from every pint The event features many busi- sold at the event will go to the nesses and nonprofit organiza- beneficiary. Other charities, such tions based in or around the as Habitat for Humanity and the Georgetown area. Delaware Humane Society, will In future years, Hagelman said, set up in the tent to offer infor- he wants to see the event grow marion and solicit donations, into a Sussex County celebration. Hagelman said. "We hope this is something we "'Our goal is to create a fun can own down here," Hagelman event," he said. "Hopefully we said. can make it bigger and better and The event will feature 16 Mile's let it grow to become a big cele- entire catalog of brews, including bration. It's about time we cele- its lightly produced collabora- brate our day. This is what makes us the First State." to celebrate Delaware Day The merchants, museums and parks on Front Street overlook- ing the canal in historic Lewes will also honor Delaware Day, hosting Delaware's Birthday Par- ty: 'It's good to be first on Front' from U a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday; Dec. 7. Because of the state's small size, Delaware leaders were afraid .the much larger states sur- rounding Delaware would take advantage of it. Others believed that the only way to survive as a small state would be to join in a union with the larger states. In any event, Delaware became the first state to sign the constitu- tion. Delaware Day was first cel- ebrated in 1933. To celebrate the 225th anniver- sary of Delaware's ratification of the U.S. Constitution, Front Street shops and museums will host open houses, a scavenger hunt, light refreshments, special savings and other special activi- ties in each location. The Lewes Historical Society is proud to be a part of the Front Street group, including the soci- ety's Cannonball House Lewes Maritime Museum and the Lewes Life-Saving Station. Other partnering locations for the cele- bration are the Vesuvio Motel, Puzzles, Lewes Gourmet, Sand N Stones, Marsha's, Gilligan's Wa- terfront Restaurant & Bar, Lewes Canalfront Park and the Light- ship Overfalls. sell its new cookbook featuring At Lewes Gourmet, located at favorite recipes from area resi- UO Front St., Krista Scudlark of dents. Milton will be sampling her lo- All proceeds from book sales call), made jams, jellies and sa- support the Lewes Public Li- vories. 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