Spring 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.
We 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!
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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.