Our Berliner Weisse, Pinky Swear, was recently awarded the silver medal in the Best Sour Ale and Best Fruit Beer category at the World Beer Championships from Tastings.com. Pinky Swear combines kettle souring with tons of fresh raspberries and blueberries to the tale end of fermentation to create a refreshing and tart drink of delightfulness at only 3.7% ABV and 8 IBUs. (more…)
Introducing Wild Beary Sour Ale – so fruit-tastic it’ll make your head explode… from all that tarty goodness that is. Packed with a blend of passion fruit, guava, mango, apricot, and strawberry. Bursting with so much tarty flavor we could bearly contain it. So we’ve canned it and passing along the deliciousness to you. But hurry, because this limited release won’t last long.
Available from our tasting room beginning Friday, June 15th at 5PM.
If you’re drinking green beer on St. Patrick’s Day, then you’re doing it wrong. Instead of that American fizz with added food coloring, celebrate with a traditional dry Irish stout poured on nitro for extra deliciousness. We’re canning a fresh batch of tallboys next week that will be ready for your enjoyment by one of our favorite holidays. Stock up at our tasting room on Friday, March 16th from 5PM until it’s gone.
Brewed to raise hell, Jenn’s Mocha Stout is a collaboration with 94 HJY, The Home of Rock and Roll. Available for the first time in limited edition 4-packs of 16oz cans. Join us in our tasting room to unleash this beast on Saturday, January 6th from 3PM until we run out… or close. (more…)
Because the best kind of journey should always end with a delicious craft beer in your hand. Which is why you’re here so we’ll get right to it.
We make some beer and we think it’s dope. You’re so close to enjoying it, you can almost taste it. So if you’re in Rhode Island, then stop by our craft brewery and tasting room to see what’s good.
We got plenty of fresh cans of our beer for sale (currently 16 varieties), rotating taps, specialty casks, skeeball, video games and enough swagger to make you never want to leave. Feel free to bring in a growler too. We don’t have the actual growlers, but we will fill yours.
Here’s our hours, tour info, and draft and can/bomber list that we’ll update frequently.
*4-Pack 16oz Cans (as of 12/11/18):
Fanny Session IPA – $11
Night Swim’ah Belgian White – $11
Pinky Swear Raspberry Sour Ale – $15
Helena Oktoberfest – $16
Hail Beary Blueberry Sour – $15
Wild Beary Sour Ale – $15
You Thirsty? NEIPA – $13
Nitro Ice Fight Irish Stout – $16
Paul & Al’s Pale Ale – $11
Never Better Double Black IPA – $16
Doug & Scarpetti Vanilla Porter – $16
Mercy Brown Imperial Ale – $16
What Cheer? Pilsner – $11
Extra Thirsty Triple IPA – $18
Juliett Imperial Stout – $16
Star Child Pilsner – $11
Rosé IPA – $15
Merry Beary Strawberry Peach Sour – $18
Elder Dweller Cocoa Stout – $18
White Electric Coffee Stout – $16
Rocky Point Red Ale – $11
We are dog friendly, but we ask that you check-in with us first before bringing your pup in. We have a brewery dog named Oscar that is not always welcoming to other dogs and if he’s around, we’ll just secure him in the back.
We don’t serve food, but there is a restaurant upstairs from us that you’re welcome to bring in takeout from. Since we parter with them, we don’t allow any other outside food.
We do book private parties and other events. So check with us on availability by emailing some details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We host live music often so if you’re in a band, send your EPK to email@example.com.
While we are family friend, this is still a brewery that serves alcohol. So we ask that anyone underage the age of 21 be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.
Monday – Thursdays, 12-8 PM
Fridays and Saturdays, 12-10 PM
Sundays, 12-6 PM
Every Saturday at 4 PM
$5/person includes 3 tasters
Revival Brewing Tasting Room
505 Atwood Ave., Cranston, RI 02920
Conveniently located downstairs from Brutopia
If you have any other questions, hit us up on Facebook Messenger: @revivalbrewing
Beer: the final libation. These are the adventures of Revival Brewing. Its mission: to explore strange new brews, to seek out new flavors and new varieties, to boldly go where not many breweries have gone before. (more…)