Our Book

Cover“Rhode Island may be the smallest state, but its brewing history packs a mighty punch. In the 1600s, Sergeant William Baulston opened up his public house in Providence, providing New Englanders with one of the first spots to imbibe homebrewed beer. Prohibition sank many operations, but Narragansett Brewery reemerged and continues to serve its signature lager. Today’s growing number of craft brewers, including Foolproof and Grey Sail, are claiming Little Rhody for the beer renaissance. With a sudsy spirit of adventure and even some beer-infused recipes, the ladies behind TwoGirlsOneBeer.com present the rich, proud story of brewing in the Ocean State.”

Signed books and more are for sale in Our Shop.


Click here for our press release. Looking to sell our book? Contact Dani McGrath at Dani.McGrath@historypress.net. To book a signing or event, or need some marketing materials, please contact Lindsay Lee at llee@arcadiapublishing.com


What: Double Brewery Book Signing Tour
When: Saturday, June 13th
Where: Tilted Barn Brewery (Exeter, RI) and Whaler’s Brewing (Wakefield, RI)
We will be at Tilted Barn from 1-3pm and Whaler’s Brewing from 4-7pm.

What: Rhode Island Brew Bus RI/CT Author Take-Over Tour
When: Friday, June 26, 5-9pm
Where: Bus pickup at The Malted Barley, Westerly, RI
We’re teaming up with the Rhode Island Brew Bus and Connecticut beer writer Will Siss, author of Connecticut Beer: A History of Nutmeg State Brewing for a beer bus tour that spans two states. More details and ticket info at the Facebook pageĀ 


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  1. Pingback: Cheers to 375 years of Rhode Island beer history | Bottles & Cans & Just Clap Your Hands

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