Grey Sail’s Summer Lineup Has Something For Everyone

From light beach day lagers to new IPAs to break out at the family cookout, Grey Sail can cover all your summer beer needs.
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The new summer releases from Grey Sail Brewing of Rhode Island offer something for everyone!

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Whether you’re looking for a crisp, light beer for a beach day or a new IPA for your next cookout, the Westerly-based brewery has got you covered.

For starters, you can Adrift away with their new laid-back IPA brimming with citrus and piney notes tamed by a touch of caramel sweetness.

Meanwhile, the fan favorite Captain’s Daughter is bigger than ever — literally. Look for this iconic brew in new 16 ounce pint cans and 19.2 ounce stovepipes.

For those craving a lighter option, try Canal Street Crushable Ale, Hazy Day Belgian Wit, or their Peach Mango Sour.

Plus, even though they may disagree, Grey Sail does know that not everyone loves beer like they do. That’s where  their sister company, South County Distillers, steps in, offering up canned craft cocktails like Vodka Lemonades, Palomas and Ranch Water. Even better, it’s all made in small batches with all natural ingredients.

If you’re anything like us, you’re already mapping out your summer bucket list, so make sure that a trip to Grey Sail’s Beer Garden is on the list. You can kick back and relax at their outdoor oasis featuring brews, craft cocktails and local wine. And did we mention you can bring dogs? Also be sure to keep an eye on Grey Sail’s socials (@greysail on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) as their pizza oven and weekend music lineup will start up at the end of the month.

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It’s no surprise that Rhode Islanders have voted for Grey Sail as Best of Rhode Island winners three years in a row. Family owned and operated since they started in 2011, the brewing company is committed to the craft. They never skimp on quality, always brew with environmentally friendly practices and always lend a hand in the community.

In the end, Grey Sail is a beer you can feel good about drinking.