Celebrate it on the day dedicated to all of us – National Beer Lover’s Day.
This year, we’re hosting an exclusive guided tour of our brewery that ends with a private tasting session of 3 new styles of our beers. Get an exclusive look at our brewing process then learn all about how these beers came to be from the brewers that made them while sipping on each for yourself.
Price: $5 – includes tour, private tasting of 3 new beers, and 10% off merch from our Tasting Room store.
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 20 varieties), 12 rotating taps, food and snacks, 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 everything you need to know.
4-Pack 16oz Cans (as of 5/31/19):
Fanny Session IPA (dry hopped w/ citra and amarillo) – $11
Night Swim’ah Belgian White – $11
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
What Cheer? Pilsner – $11
Extra Thirsty Triple IPA – $18
Star Child Pilsner (dry hopped w/ mosaic) – $11
Rocky Point Red Ale – $11
Jenn’s Mocha Stout – $15Daring IPL – $15
HAMR Oceanic State Pale Ale – $13
Nefy Imperial Red Ale – $18
Elder Dweller Cocoa Stout – $18
Clever Girl Paloma Sour – $15
Savage Gent NEIPA – $13
*What’s on tap (as of 5/31/19):
Savage Gent NEIPA – 6.5%
Conga Imperial IPA – 10.5%
Fanny Session IPA – 4.7%
HAMR Oceanic State Pale Ale – 4.7%
Rocky Point Red – 4.7%
Nefy Imperial Red Ale – 10.5%
Clever Girl Paloma-style Sour – 5.5%
Marzen Style Quebec Collab – 8.5%
Pinky Swear Raspberry Blueberry Sour – 3.7%
Rosé IPA – 7%
Elder Dweller Cocoa Stout – 8.5%
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. But with the kitchen on-site the Board of Health won’t allow dogs inside the dining room.
From guest blogger Jane Moore from FitWellTraveler.com.
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