Vintage


May 25th, 2012

Vintage Video: The Dictator

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Vintage Photos: Mom, Dad, And Aunt Mabel Too
May 11th, 2012

Vintage Photos: Mom, Dad, And Aunt Mabel Too

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Mom and dad enjoying a King-Size Gansett on the porch while the little girl takes a nap and Aunt Mabel’s off in the distance. This came from Kevin of Massachusetts whose mom is the little girl. Not sure if this was taken on Mother’s Day or not, but it sure looks like a fine warm [...]

Hi Neighbor Heritage: The 1970s Can
May 4th, 2012

Hi Neighbor Heritage: The 1970s Can

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It’s the can that everyone remembers. Maybe it was your dad drinking one after mowing the lawn. Or gramps sucking them back by the pool. Your uncles enjoying a few at every family bbq before switching to coffee. And yes it was crushed by that famous captain in the movie about a big ass shark. [...]

Vintage Photo: Chief �Gansett Cooking Bunnies
April 6th, 2012

Vintage Photo: Chief ‘Gansett Cooking Bunnies

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We don’t think anyone would really want to eat that fluffy little guy. Apparently Dr. Seuss thought it would be funny to draw Chief ‘Gansett cooking up some bunnies. It made for a great Easter ad in the 1940s though. Welsh rabbits and Narragansett beer are “Too good to miss.” We’ll take the good Dr.’s [...]

Vintage: Gold Plated Gansett Bottle
March 16th, 2012

Vintage: Gold Plated Gansett Bottle

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What a thing of beauty. Ever drink beer from a gold plated bottle? Every employee who worked at the Narragansett brewery in 1959 did.

Happy 108th Birthday To Dr. Seuss
March 2nd, 2012

Happy 108th Birthday To Dr. Seuss

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Born on March 2, 1904 in Springfield, MA, Theodor Geisel became one of the beloved authors of children’s books for years to come. Before his claim to fame, he developed some great images for Narragansett Brewing which were used in several ads.

February 24th, 2012

Vintage TV Spot: Gansett For An Oscar

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Vintage: Cream Ale Can From The 1970s
February 24th, 2012

Vintage: Cream Ale Can From The 1970s

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Since our new Cream Ale just hit the shelves, we thought we’d share with everyone what the older can looked like in the 1970s. This was a popular beer back then. Although the recipe and can is different today, the honor and merit of Narragansett Cream Ale remains the same.

February 10th, 2012

Vintage TV Spot: Special Sports Feature

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