There are tons of people in the craft beer community that are constantly chasing whalez, but my top five will always elude me.
Author: Greg D.
Greg spends 9-5 in the office while nights and weekends are for craft beer escapades. A southern New England native, he's been writing about the local beer scene and related current events for more than six years. Find him and his illustrious beard raising a pint or wrangling his doggo, Beans, in a taproom near you.
Narragansett Beer is visiting every town in the Ocean State, and they’ve got a beer with your name on it.
Crafting the message of independence
From one of the biggest names in craft going all in on the promoting independence to the announcement of a new national campaign, it’s been a huge week for craft beer’s image.
The craft beer community is well known for rallying around good causes and helping those in need.
Untappd’s tagline is “drink socially.” In reality, users of the app really fall onto a spectrum – social on one end of the spectrum and selfish on the other.
“Rhode Island’s largest brewpub” is closing its doors at the end of the year, according to a Facebook post shared Wednesday afternoon.
Craft Beer Cellar is spreading the #beerlove
There’s a lot of good beer in the world and one of New England’s premier bottle shops wants to make it a little easier for you to try something new.
Thanksgiving taproom tour: MA edition
It’s that special time of year where we stop and give thanks to local craft beer. If you’ve got family or friends in town, show them what fast-growing southern Mass. craft community has to offer.
Thanksgiving taproom tour: RI edition
The holiday season is upon us and one of the biggest drinking days of the year is knocking on the door. Each year, bars and taprooms are filled with friends and family on the Wednesday evening before Thanksgiving. Everyone’s returned home for a celebration, so what better place to hang than your local watering hole?
Are you the type of person that gives some thought about what’s in your glass? Are you curious about why the brewer brewed it? Wondering why it got the name it did? What about the general history of the style? And hey, why’s it in this tulip instead of an IPA glass?