Reviving some Revival Brewing news; and The Washington Post says ’Gansett is “cool”

deskSpring cleaning gets all the hype, but this weekend we tackled the B&C desk in a flurry of fall sprucing [aka autumn organizing]: recycling press releases and magazines, clearing clutter, purging pyramids of Genesee Cream Ale cans, and leafing through four pads with notes-to-self and future topics and intel-to-share. And whilst perusing the crossed-off items and shared intel and future topics, we were mortified to find that we hadn’t crossed off intel-to-share from waaaaay back [aka three weeks ago]. So for the record, here’s a post from September 14 by Sean Larkin, Revival’s brewmaster:

As of today it is official: Revival Brewing Company now has a permanent home at Brutopia.

We have signed a deal where we are renting and managing the brewery part of the space and working with the pub as a business partner.

rev_logoWe will soon be giving tours, selling special bottle releases, having our own events, and setting up a full-fledged merchandise component to the brewery. As well as kicking in our “Sour Beer Program.”

I am extremely proud of my Team, and I am very excited for the next few big things we are working on.

Thanks to everyone that has supported us in the past.


Belated congrats to Sean and the Revival crew!

All right, onward and upward! Coming this week: the complete Beervana beer list and a compendium of Providence Craft Beer Week events! Andandand…more!

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Every Saturday we do a roundup of beer reads, but we can’t wait to share this feature on Narragansett Beer: “After 125 years, hipsters have deemed this brewery’s beers cool,” by Fritz Hahn @ The Washington Post.

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