We’ve officially expanded into the entire location at 505 Atwood Ave in Cranston. You no longer need to go downstairs to the Tasting Room since all the fun is now located on the first floor. But don’t worry, we’re keeping the Revival vibe and remaining true to our roots in the new space. So expect to see some big changes in the coming weeks.
All of the same can sales, taps, games, skeeball, and merchandise that were once available in the downstairs Tasting Room are now in the upstairs bar and dining room. We’re also able to add a few more rotating tap lines for new beers, flights, and eats. Check out our new food menu below.
We’re open Monday through Saturday from 12 noon to 1 AM and Sundays 10 AM to 1 AM. For holiday hours, specials, and other info; follow us on Facebook and Instagram: @revivalbrewing.
At Revival, we provide a distinctive craft beer experience that appeals to everyone – from seasoned beer geeks to those just getting into craft beer. Whether it’s our Extra Thirsty Triple IPA, our award-winning Pinky Swear kettle sour, or our smooth and easy-to-drink Starchild Pilsner, we have the beer for you.
Our Tasty Room is a full-service restaurant and tasting room for you to sample our latest beer creations and partake in an excellent culinary experience.
Chef Larry Busteed and his team constantly reinvent themselves to curate a menu full of fan favorites and weekly specials. Whatever they don’t make in-house is sourced from local farms and food purveyors. You can expect the same quality and freshness in our food that you get in our beer.
Our spacious taproom is welcoming for large groups, families, and just about everyone who loves beer. Our patio is dog-friendly. Please check in with staff before bringing in your dog. We also have tabletop games, a video arcade, TVs to root for the home team on, and host special events every week. Whether you’re visiting from afar or a local, you’ll always be glad you came.
Here’s what you may not already know about Revival Brewing.
Fresh 4-Pack 16oz Cans To-Go (January List):
Helena Oktoberfest – $15
Extra Thirsty Triple IPA – $18
Night Swim’ah Belgian White – $11
Clever Girl Paloma-Style Sour – $15
Savage Gent NEIPA – $13
Nefy Imperial Red Ale – $18
Pinky Swear Raspberry and Blueberry Sour – $15
Hail Beary Blueberry Sour – $15
White Electric Coffee Stout – $15
HAMR Oceanic State Pale Ale – $13
RAD Strawberry and Chocolate Stout – $16
Hip & Wisen Tangerine Wheat – $15
Hip & Hoot Dry-Hopped Tangerine Wheat – $15
Infinity Paw Triple Black IPA – $18
*What’s on tap (January List):
Star Child Dry-Hopped Pilsner – 4.8%
WHAT CHEER – BOHEMIAN-STYLE PILSNER | LIGHT | REFRESHING | CLEAN AND CRISP 5% ABV | 18 IBU
INFINITY PAW ANNIVERSARY BEER – TRIPLE BLACK IPA | SUPER BOOZY | THICK | HOPPY GOODNESS 10.5 % ABV | 85 IBU
HIP HOOT TANGERINE WHEAT ALE – CLASSIC HEFE WEIZEN | DRY HOPPED | AGED IN MEZCAL BARRELS 6.5% ABV | 13 IBU
EXTRA THIRSTY TRIPLE IPA – JUICY | SMOOTH AND LIVELY | MALTY FINISH 10.5% ABV | 65.5 IBU
MERCY BROWN – IMPERIAL BROWN ALE | DRIED PLUMS | DARK TOASTED CARAMEL MALTS SPICY HERBAL HOP FLAVORS 8% ABV | 30 IBU
BUSHIDO – BLOOD ORANGE ALE | GINGER | LEMONGRASS | PUMPKIN 8.5 % ABV 25 IBU
CHAOTIC GOOD – SMOOTH | BOLD STRONG ALE | RICH CARAMEL MALT 10% ABV 84 IBU
STAR CHILD PILSNER – DRY HOPPED PILSNER | LIGHT | CRISP | CRUSHABLE 4.8% ABV 20 IBU
PINKY SWEAR SOUR – RASPBERRY | BLUEBERRY | SWEET & TART | PERFECT 3.7% ABV 8 IBU
TREACLE TART – PLUM | FIG | CARDAMOM | WINTER SOUR 3.7% 5 IBU
BARREL AGED DBL BLACK IPA – A BEER OVER 6 YEARS IN THE MAKING HAS BEEN SILENTY AND SLOWLY AGING. A BREWERY FAVORITE, DOUBLE BLACK IPA. OAKY TANNINS CONTRAST
THE ACIDITY OF OLD WINE WHICH IS BALANCED WITH A GENEROUS ADDITION OF TART RASPBERRIES.(VEGAN FRIENDLY) 8.5% ABV 60 IBU 12OZ POURS
VERY LIMITED, DRAFT ONLY , BREWERY ONLY , REVIVAL ONLY , THIS IS THE WAY
Specialty Draft Cocktails, Artifact Hard Cider and Jonathan Edwards Wine now available. Ask server for details.
Love ’em. And well behaved pups are welcome on our patio. Just check in with staff before brining your dog in. Our brewery dog, Oscar, can be territorial and they’ll make sure he’s secure first. But with the kitchen on-site the Board of Health won’t allow dogs inside the dining room.
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…)
Brewed to raise hell, Doug & Scarpetti Vanilla Porter 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 unleashing this beast and party on.
You better believe it. Night Swim’ah is officially one of the best beer cans to pack your cooler with. And we have a medal to prove it. We just took home the silver medal in the Other Belgian-style category at the Can Can Awards, and we’re psyched! (more…)
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…)