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Dec 2010

Gansett Porter Has Arrived!

The moment you’ve waited for is finally here. We’ve received and answered every letter, phone-call, email and even Facebook post. Now, Narragansett porter is once again available for the Winter season in the states of RI, MA, CT, VT, ME and central/southern FL. And just like the Fest it’s available in 16oz cans and on draft. Just visit your local retailer for details. If you don’t see it on the shelves in one of the available states, then simply ask. The package store employees are always happy to help. Sometimes, if they don’t have it in stock they can special order it for you. Either way it never hurts to ask. And if your headed out with some friends here’s the current list of pubs and taverns that are serving porter!

Here are some bars in the Boston area that proudly serve Narragansett porter:

TT The Bears in Cambridge
Middle East in Cambridge
Independent Pub in Somerville
Tavern at End of World in Charlestown
Church in Boston
Haven in Jamaica Plain
Biltmore Bar in Newton
The Local in Newton
All Asia in Cambridge
Good Life in Boston
Highland Kitchen in Somerville
Bull McCabe’s in Somerville

Here are some bars in Rhode Island that currently feature our porter:

Mews Tavern in Wakfield
Track 84 in Warwick
Doherty’s East Ave. Irish Café in Pawtucket
The Avery Lounge in Providence
Lili Marlene’s in Providence
RISD’s new Art Bar in Providence
Watchemoket Bar in East Providence
Sons Of Italy in East Providence
Aidan’s Pub in Bristol
Judge Roy Bean’s saloon in Bristol
Celtic Pub in Pawtucket
RiRa Irish Pub in Providence
Hooters in Warwick
Narragansett Grill in Narragansett


And be on the look-out of for it in these fine Providence establishments:

Blake’s Tavern
Bar at AS220
Wild Colonial Tavern

If you’re in CT, then look for it in these bars:

Plan B Burger in Simsbury
Plan B Burger in West Hartford
Plan B Burger in Glastonbury
Monster B’s in Stamford
Prime 16 in New Haven
Old School Saloon in New Haven

Read all about Gansett Porter in Lost In The Beer Aisle, Beer News, Barley Blog and The Beer Spot blogs!