The Peggy Stewart was a merchant ship turned bonfire that is forever immortalized as the Annapolis Tea Party. On Oct 14, 1774 she made port in Annapolis Harbor with one ton of contraband tea amongst the cargo in her hulls. The timing couldn't have been worse as thus was not the first ship to attempt to unload boycotted tea since the Boston Tea Party the year prior. With Patriotic fervor in full swing, local leadership made the descision: the tea was to be burned along with the ship. On the night of the 19th, Capt Richard Jackson set fire to the Peggy Stewart "with all her sails and rigging standing and her colours flying." Although she sank beneath the waters of Annapolis Harbor, her story remains as a lasting reminder of the defiant spirit of our young Nation.



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  • Our robust English Porter with dark chocolate malt and a smooth finish.

Taylors Mill

250 Mill Street, Ste PW3101

Taylors, SC 29687, USA

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