As the story goes, the Pilgrims stopped at Plymouth Rock in 1620 because the Mayflower had run out of its main hydration source: beer.
Fast forward a few hundreds years and you'll find a Plymouth-based brewery spreading its reach across New England while remaining humble to its roots as a microbrewery.
The entire team at Fun 107 is excited to be a part of the America On Tap Craft Beer Festival, coming to Providence on June 18. Michael Rock, Christine Fox and the rest of the Fun 107 crew will be on hand for this amazing event featuring over 100 beers from America’s finest craft breweries...
As you first step foot into the taproom at Foolproof Brewing in Pawtucket, RI, you’re met with a giant wooden cutout of the company's iconic jester mask. The jester, as well as the name, all play a part in the business model behind this young and growing brewery: having fun.
Narragansett Beer celebrated its 125th birthday last year, but not many people realize it hasn't actually been in its home state of Rhode Island in over three decades. That's scheduled to change later this year, according to owner Mark Hellendrung.