Hazy wheat ale, light gold color with lacy white foam. Balanced notes of banana and clove with a soft, wheaty mouthfeel.
Light-bodied and thirst-quenching with a strong tartness. Tropical aroma, notes of passion fruit, mango, and guava. Dry, refreshing finish.
NEDIPA featuring Comet and Summer hops. Pale and hazy with strong tropical fruit and stone fruit presence. Gentle citrus flavor profile that leads to a clean finish.
Crisp, balanced, and thirst-quenching, this dry-hopped lager features floral notes of noble hops on the nose and tongue with a malty-bready finish on the back end.
New England IPA dry hopped solely with Galaxy hops. Pours a hazy, straw color with a lacey white foam cap. Fresh citrus/grapefruit aroma with undertones of sweet malt, and a dry, clean finish
Smooth and drinkable with flavors of chocolate and coffee. Collaboration with Coffee Exchange on Wickenden Street.
We began our journey with a 30 quart stockpot we bought at Job Lot, a mesh bag, a bunch of books about beer, and an intense desire to make beers that we could be proud of. Focused on brewing styles not typically found in the region, we researched ingredients, refined recipes, and applied feedback to brew the best beer possible on our 3-gallon system week after week.
After taking home gold and bronze medals at the 2017 New England Regional Homebrew Competition in Manchester, NH, we knew that we were heading in the right direction. With a new-found confidence, we secured a location for our brewery, applied for our licenses, and ordered a 3-barrel brew system with a handful of fermenters.
After brewing for almost a year in North Kingstown, we decided it was time to increase our capacity and look into canning our beer. For us, this meant relocating to a new space in Providence, RI and bringing on Cody Anderson as our head brewer to run the brewing operations. Our new equipment allows us to brew 10 BBL batches of beer at a time, and we intend on canning beer and distributing it throughout the Providence area. We are continuing to work with local artist, Paul Endres Jr., for can labels, logo work, and a mural in the tap room. Our new tap room is funky and art-centric, and through it we intend to create a fun, diverse, and laid-back community of beer drinkers in Providence over the next several years!