“Rhode Island Beer: Ocean State History on Tap” Release Party info

It's heeeeeere!

It’s heeeeeere!

Our book comes out on 3/31, and we have several events planned! Releases, signings, and tastings, oh my! The best way to get a book is at one of those events, or from the online store on our blog, which we will be opening up next week once the book is out!

Here is what we have planned so far:

  • 3/31 Release Party and Signing at What Cheer Tavern in Providence from 7-10 PM. We’ll be hanging out at the What Cheer all evening, celebrating the official release of Rhode Island Beer: Ocean State History on Tap! Crooked Current Brewery will also be launching their first draught lines in the state so come meet Nichole & Jason and grab a glass of their Oatmeal Raisin Stout!

Books will be for sale ($20) as well as 18×12 prints of our original Sara Lyons Rhode          Island Brewery Map ($12), both for $30.

  • 4/18 Release Party at The Lost Dog Pub in Orleans from 9-midnight. We will be at the Lost Dog all evening, celebrating the official release of Rhode Island Beer: Ocean State History on Tap. There will be a live show by surf-punk band THE INFRA-MEN. Come join us for a night full of literate libations, chow down on some pizza and honey habanero wings followed by some Rhodie beers.Books will be for sale ($20) as well as 18×12 prints of our original Sara Lyons Rhode Island Brewery Map ($12), both for $30.
  • 5/9 Rhode Island Beer Tasting and Signing at Grapes and Grains in Barrington, RI from 3-5 pm.

 

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6 thoughts on ““Rhode Island Beer: Ocean State History on Tap” Release Party info

  1. You are welcome to do a signing at Norey’s Bar & Grille anytime that fits your schedule. Trappist Ale Takeover April 3rd and Dogfish Head 20 Tap Takeover May 1st. FREE LIVE MUSIC every Wednesday at 8:30PM- We Welcome Your Book to Newport!

  2. Congrats on this. btw- the link to the What Cheer Tavern isn’t redirecting properly. Have you been to Grey Sail Brewery in Westerly? They did good with the new beer ‘Captains Daughter’

    • Thanks, fixed the What Cheer link just now. I’ve been to Grey Sail before for a release of their Dave’s Coffee beer, haven’t tried Captains Daughter yet though. I’ll have to check it out.

      • I know your book is about RI beers, which is great considering I live in RI, but I’m wondering if you’d consider Cottrell? They’re just over the RI/CT line from Westerly, up and over the river, not five minutes from Grey Sail. Just a thought. They are a great bunch of people and the owner is a damn good guy. They are open for growler fills each Saturday and it’s always busy. I’m inclined to think they’d be happy to have you down for a book signing. It’s worth the trip just for Perry’s Revenge..a kick as Scotch Ale. Cheers.

      • We’re big fans of Cottrell. We’re actually going to be doing an event there at the end of June in collaboration with the Rhode Island Brew Bus and Connecticut beer writer Will Siss, who just wrote a History Press book about the Connecticut brewing scene!

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