Tooth & Claw Adult T-shirt
Product #: 141457Regular price $29.99 Save $-29.99
The Field Museum joined forces with Chicago brewery Off Color Brewing to create Tooth and Claw. This cotton blend shirt features the Off Color brewing and Field Museum logo on the front and sleeve. It's soft and lightweight making it an excellent addition to any craft beer aficionado's wardrobe.
Field Rye Adult T-Shirt
Product #: XA10293Regular price $34.99 Save $-34.99
In an incredible opportunity to collaborate with the iconic Field Museum, Journeyman has created a Gin, Vodka, and Rye in celebration of the museums 125th anniversary. Journeyman set out to honor the museum and Chicago's history by utilizing ingredients that were introduced at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago - the same year the museum originated. Using the distilleries most awarded and bestselling Last Feather Rye as the core ingredient for the Field Rye Journeyman distillers then macerated one of the world's oldest sweeteners the Black Mission Fig. Resting in the Last Feather Rye for more than three months the Black Mission Fig imparts subtle all-natural and complimentary flavors of sweet melon, banana, and strawberry to the spicy and fruity characteristics of the Rye.
Proving that often times the best things are made from the simplest ingredients this flavored Rye reflects the amazing history of the Field Museum and the City of Chicago. Field Spirits are available for purchase in the Field Museum's Main store. This tri-blend t-shirt celebrates the design of the Field Rye label and is available both online and in the Main store.
Great Beards of Science Adult T-Shirt
Product #: 140455Regular price $24.99 Save $-24.99
Whether you're the beardy sort, yourself, or merely a pogonophile, you'd look dashing in a Great Beards of Science t-shirt.
Sir William Crookes (chemist & physicist)
Ivan Pavlov (physiologist)
Alexander Graham Bell (engineer & inventor)
John Tyndall (physicist)
Walther Hermann Nernst (chemist)
Gilbert Lewis (physical chemist)
Johannes Kepler (mathematician)
Thomas Henry Huxley (biologist)
Alexander Murray (geologist)
Ernst Mach (physicist)
Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin (geologist)
Leonardo da Vinci (polymath)