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Beer Lover’s Guide: Craft Beer Bars

Local bars pour regional and faraway favorites.

The Wild Colonial This Providence pub’s name turns a derogatory Irish term into something to be celebrated. The historic tavern’s eighteen draft lines fill glasses with an ever-rotating list of classic brews — can you say Guinness? — and the latest trends in craft beer, ranging from selections from Maine Beer Company, AleSmith and Wicked Weed to Sean Larkin’s Dry…

Getting Crafty

L to R: Sean Larkin of Revival, Jen Brinton of Grey Sail, Nick Garrison of Foolproof and Brent Ryan of Newport Storm. Sean Larkin sits at the bar of the newly opened Brutopia Brewery and Kitchen just a few hours before the afternoon and early evening crowds start pouring in. Brutopia is Cranston’s first brewpub and the latest beer-related project…

Bar Crawl: Warren

This sweet and walkable bayside town has a full set of friendly neighborhood bars.

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Support Local Businesses In Rhode Island

Small businessowners are your neighbors and friends, and they need your support now more than ever. Help locally owned businesses in Rhode Island weather the coronavirus pandemic by visiting their websites for online shopping or by purchasing gift cards for future use — something to look forward to when things return to normal. We may be apart, but we’re all…