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Taste Of RI Beer Dinner At Poe�s Kitchen In Boston
May 31st, 2012

Taste Of RI Beer Dinner At Poe’s Kitchen In Boston

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Save the date for our next beer dinner at Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake, 384 Boylston Street in Boston on Tuesday, June 12 at 7pm. With just one seating there will be 5 styles of beer paired with 4 courses including Lager, Light, Summer, Cream, and Porter for just $45.00. Brewmaster Sean Larkin will be [...]

Recipe Of The Week: Deviled Eggs
May 10th, 2012

Recipe Of The Week: Deviled Eggs

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Mother’s Day is on Sunday. Nothing shows your mom how much you appreciate all of her hard work by cooking for her. Maybe take her for a picnic on this lovely spring afternoon. What better of an idea for a picnic food than some classic and tasty deviled eggs. Well here’s a new twist that [...]

Chef Louie Night: Bacon And Beer Pop-Up Dinner
April 25th, 2012

Chef Louie Night: Bacon And Beer Pop-Up Dinner

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In celebration of Boston Bacon and Beer Week 2012, Chef Louie will create a four course, off-the-cuff dinner based on bacon and beer. The rest is up to you… Presenting a beer-and-bacon edition of Chef Louie Night, a pop-up dinner at the BCAE where you’ll steer the menu, accepting reservations now for Sunday. It starts [...]

Recipe Of The Week: Slow Cooked Corned Beef In Gansett Bock.
March 16th, 2012

Recipe Of The Week: Slow Cooked Corned Beef In Gansett Bock.

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We can smell it now. That warm inviting smell that fills the house on St. Patrick’s Day when ma is making corned beef and cabbage. It takes hours in the slow cooker filled with meat, cabbage, potatoes, and cabbage. Just to be devoured hours later by the hungry family. Sure go ahead and put a [...]

Recipe Of The Week: Stuffed Clams
February 27th, 2012

Recipe Of The Week: Stuffed Clams

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No these aren’t stuffies, but similar. They are tasty little baked treats with all the clam goodness you’d expect from Narragansett beer. This one has a local Portuguese twist using chourico which will make them spicier than stuffies. The stuffing also calls for crushed saltine crackers which will make it less “bready” than you’re used [...]

Recipe Of The Week: Beer Soaked Buffalo Wings
February 1st, 2012

Recipe Of The Week: Beer Soaked Buffalo Wings

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It’s not a party until the wings come out. This weekend is one of the biggest parties of the year. It’s Super Bowl Sunday and if you’re throwing the party, then you need to be ready. Wings, beer, and sports! So pick up some Narragansett lager beer and try this wing recipe with it.

Recipe Of The Week: Clam Cakes
January 25th, 2012

Recipe Of The Week: Clam Cakes

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Last week’s New England Heritage post on Rocky Point Park reminded us of those delicious clam cakes they used to serve in the Shore Dinner Hall. Just don’t eat a dozen then ride the flume. So we dug up this fantastic beer battered clam cake recipe using Gansett lager. Mmmm tasty! Definitely check this one [...]

Recipe Of The Week: Pork & White Bean Beer Chili
January 18th, 2012

Recipe Of The Week: Pork & White Bean Beer Chili

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Our neighbors at Brew York New York posted a delicious recipe for a chili using Gansett. So naturally we asked if we can share with everyone here. Taste and Enjoy!

Recipe Of The Week: Porter Black Bean & Beef Stew
December 21st, 2011

Recipe Of The Week: Porter Black Bean & Beef Stew

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Narragansett Porter Black Bean and Beef Stew By Brian McKenzie This is delicious and great for a cold New England day.

Recipe Of The Week: Sausage And Peppers
December 14th, 2011

Recipe Of The Week: Sausage And Peppers

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A staple in Rhode Island that is so easy to make we have no excuse why this wasn’t here sooner. This one calls for Gansett porter reduction. Nom nom nom! Enjoy. Hi neighbor, have a ‘gansett with your sausage and peppers:



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