March 22nd, 2012

Win Tickets To The 2012 New England Metal & Hardcore Festival

Posted by: admin mat

Narragansett is the official beer of this year’s New England Metal & Hardcore Festival at the Worcester Palladium and we’re giving away tickets to some lucky fans. Be the first to answer the three following trivia questions correctly and you’ll win two passes good for all 3 days of sweaty-metal-slam-dancin’ fun. Please leave your answers in the comments section below. Good luck and enjoy the show.

1. Name three products other than soda that the Narragansett Brewery produced and sold during prohibition?

2. In 1914, Narragansett became the largest brewery in New England upon completion of this?

3. On this day, the first Narragansett beer was produced.

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Comments

Awesome prize

Posted by: cheryl cuccia        March 22, 2012

The porter its sick

Posted by: Anthony m russo        March 22, 2012

1) Ice, brewed beer-particularly the porter for medicinal purposes, and “Near Beer”-which was made from malt.

2) They built the most modern bottling plant in the region.

3)Dec. 29, 1890

Posted by: Kevin Macauleu        March 22, 2012

1. Ice, near beer and beer for medicinal purposes.
2. The most modern bottling plant.
3. 12/29/1890.

Posted by: Rob Romanelli        March 22, 2012

1) Beer for medicinal use, ice, and cigar store indians.

2) It’s modern bottling plant.

3) December 29, 1890

Posted by: Antonio        March 22, 2012

1) Cigar store Indians, Ice, beer for medicinal purposes

2) Bottling plant

3) December 29, 1890

Posted by: Marc Jillson        March 22, 2012

Damn…

Posted by: Steve        March 22, 2012

Party on!!

Posted by: Cheryl Gemmette        March 22, 2012

1) Beer for medicinal use, ice, and cigar store indians.
2) It’s modern bottling plant
3) December 29, 1890

Posted by: Cassie Souto        March 22, 2012

1. ice, porter medicinal beer, artisan water

2.In 1914, the company installed what was said to be the largest and undoubtedly the most modern and hygienic bottling plant in New England

3.dec 29 1890

Posted by: aaron        March 22, 2012

To be more specific, the ice was dry ice which they also provided a delivery service for, the indian logo was designed by DR. SUESS (Theodore Geisel)…so cool! And, the medicinal beer prescribed was their Porter! Also, early on, they had “a barn, a stable, a blacksmith, seventy-five horses, forty-five wagons, gas-powered trucks, electric trucks, twenty-five refrigerated train cars and [their] own ice plant!”

Posted by: Cassie Souto        March 22, 2012

Name three products other than soda that the Narragansett Brewery produced and sold during prohibition?
During the prohibition, Narragansett produced ice from their Ice Plant, Medicinal “beer” for doctors to give their patients, a product called “Near Beer” which was made from malt.
2. In 1914, Narragansett became the largest brewery in New England upon completion of this?
The built the most modern bottling plant in the region.
3. On this day, the first Narragansett beer was produced.
December 29, 1890

Posted by: Nichole Galenski        March 22, 2012

This is a lot of fun. The first question is tough. Not sure where Cigar Store Indians are coming from as part of sales from the brewery. Also, “Near Beer” and “Beer for medicinal purposes” counts as one answer. There’s still one product the brewery produced and sold during prohibition that no one has answered yet.

Posted by: admin mat        March 22, 2012

beer for medicinal purposes, dry ice and Haffenreffer Collection Cigar store Indians and American trade signs

Posted by: Patrick Lyon        March 22, 2012

1. porter beer (medicinally), ice, and “near beer”

2. a modern bottling plant

3. December 29th, 1890

Posted by: Chris Jacques        March 22, 2012

1. Ice, near beer/beer, and malt extract.
2. The most modern bottling plant.
3. 12/29/1890.

Posted by: Rob Romanelli        March 22, 2012

1)During the prohibition, Narragansett produced ice from their Ice Plant, Medicinal “beer” for doctors to give their patients, and Chief Gansett?
2.
They built the most modern bottling plant in the region.
3.
December 29, 1890

Posted by: Nichole Galenski        March 22, 2012

1. Ice, near beer/beer, and butterine.
2. The most modern bottling plant.
3. 12/29/1890.

Posted by: Rob Romanelli        March 22, 2012

1)During the prohibition, Narragansett produced ice from their Ice Plant, Medicinal “beer” for doctors to give their patients, and butterine!
2.They built the most modern bottling plant in the region.
3.December 29, 1890

Posted by: Nichole        March 22, 2012

Aww, crap-talk about timing…^

Posted by: Nichole        March 22, 2012

1. Ice, near-beer/porter, butterine/malt-extract
2. the building of the modern bottling plant in NE
3. December 29, 1890

Posted by: Cassie Souto        March 22, 2012

1) They made & sold ice from their ice house…they were allowed to brew & sell beer for medicinal use and sell the malt extract…and they made a type of soda (ginger ale, rootbeer, etc)
2) Most modern bottling plan in New England
3) December 29, 1890

Posted by: Kristen O'Leary        March 22, 2012

hey did you folks know that narragansett lager used to be brewed with magic acorns?

Posted by: marvelous mike        March 23, 2012

1.) Beer for near beer & beer for medicinal use, ice and Cigar store indians
2.) They built the most modern bottling plant plant in the region
3.) December, 29, 1890

Posted by: Bridget        April 6, 2012







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