Narragansett Cream Ale – State #11: Rhode Island – Review #69 By Dave Stokely from Behind The Brews blog Total Score: 94.5 My quest for 50 States of Beer takes me to smallest – yet 2nd most densely populated – state of Rhode Island and their Narragansett Brewing Company.
By Alan Shaw, Herald-Tribune / Wednesday, May 2, 2012 From TicketSarasota.com: Beer: Cream Ale Brewery: Narragansett, Rhode Island Notes: A golden ale with a light hop and grain aroma. It’s a sweet ale that has a decent amount of hop bitterness. Like the name implies, the body has a cream-like heft. Overall this is a [...]
Narragansett Cream Ale review from CraftCans.com: Last fall, Narragansett held a fan vote to decide which style would be the newest addition to their year-round lineup. The contest was between a Cream Ale and a Rye Ale. Obviously the Cream Ale won which is why we’re holding a can right now. This is the brewery’s [...]
Parched No More’s review of Narragansett Cream Ale by J Frazzetta There is something to be said for seeing a package of beer waiting on your doorstep when you’ve been away at a sales meeting for a week. And that something is: hooray beer! Our friends down at the old Gansett Brewery decided to send [...]
Two Girls One Beer Blog review of Narragansett Bock By. Ashleigh Bennet I know this winter has been pathetic by New England standards, my snowboard is still sitting in the basement, I don’t think I’ve needed gloves, but goddammit, it’s still winter. Only, the presence of the Narragansett Spring Bock on the shelves made me [...]
From the Barley Blog: The folks behind Narragansett’s resurrection the past few years have decided to reintroduce one of their more popular products from the 1960s and 1970s — the Cream Ale. This newer, modern interpretation “… is a throwback to Pre-Prohibition cream ales,” but with a hoppier presence that should appeal to the current [...]
By Heather Vandenengel for the Weekly Dig. Faithful drinkers of Narragansett’s tall boys can rejoice—a new craft beer style from the Rhode Island based brewery is coming, and it’s staying year round. To decide on the style, ‘Gansett posed the decision to fans to vote between a rye and Cream Ale and the Cream Ale—dare [...]
By Will Gordon for the Bottom Shelf Beer Blog. I plan on getting rich pretty soon; not like Bill Gates megarich, because that would be tacky and impossible, but just sort of medium-rich to the point where I can treat myself to luxuries such as fish and servants. These servants would be used tenderly and [...]
By Steve Greenlee for Boston.com Narragansett Beer has a new year-round beer. Narragansett Cream Ale will soon start showing up on store shelves, joining the Rhode Island company’s other year-round beers, Narragansett Lager and Narragansett Light.