From guest blogger Jane Moore from FitWellTraveler.com.

Local craft breweries do more than just provide a tasty beverage for beer enthusiasts to enjoy. Breweries are social hot spots with their cool amenities, such as arcades, movie theatres, and entertaining games. They also give back to their communities in a variety of ways by hosting fundraisers and making donations. Local breweries are a welcomed and positive addition to any neighborhood.  (more…)

Paul and Al’s Pale Ale is a collaboration with 94 HJY, Providence’s Home of Rock and Roll, that’s brewed to raise hell. Available for the first time in limited edition 4-packs of 16oz cans. Priced at $9.99 each, the state law is limit 4 4-packs per person. Join us in unleashing this beast and party on all summer. (more…)

If you see a pig flying today, now you’ll know why. We finally canned our beer. Look for these tallboys at packies and bars across Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut this summer. Soon to be everywhere. We started with You Thirsty? New England IPA, Fanny Session IPA, and Night Swim’h Belgian Wit. We hope to can more styles soon, so standby for details on those. Until then always remember: where bottles can’t, cans can.  (more…)

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Who: Harrison Strong

What I do at Revival: Work behind the scenes in the brewery filling tanks, kegs, bottles, and my belly.

Where I learned things: Umass Amherst, especially that I like beer, a lot.

Why my mom is proud of me: For graduating despite my intense love for beer.

Latest achievement: Perfecting the art of the beer shower.

No one knows: I once upchucked in a shark cage in Hawaii, unintentionally chumming the water.

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Who: James “Tecumseh” Sine

What I do at Revival: Brew, break & repair equipment, taunt Larkin.

Where I learned things: Public schools, good upbringing, and a never ending desire to jam a fork into the outlet.

Why my mom is proud of me: She has to be, she’s mom.

Latest achievement: Not living by incremental steps.

No one knows: I write notes on the bottom of the kegs.

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It is possible to visit every brewery in one state in just one day. Especially in Rhode Island since our small size is actually a strength. Esquire magazine actually proved this recently. So thanks for the tourism plug. The only thing is they called Revival, “a crumbling frat house”. So the women that basically make our tasting room possible just had to respond. And that’s just some of them in the photo. Read the full article here and be sure to thank them next time you grab a brew here.