Saw this shirt at Urban last week and realized we made a bottle cap that said the same thing. Ever wonder where it came from? Well here’s some Celtics history about their all-time leading scorer with 26,395 points.
This is awesome and rare. One of the first we’ve seen pop up on eBay and other vintage shops. It’s a large Narragansett beer sign with a cool deer hunting image on it from the 40′s. The shield logo in the bottom right corner is what inspired our packaging today. This sign could be yours [...]
Bristol 4th of July Parade This is the 226th year for this famed parade, and you don’t want to miss out. Being the nation’s oldest and longest standing Fourth of July parade, this town does well by honoring all the men and women serving our country. Watch as firemen, police and military march along with [...]
The Bacon & Beer Fest is being held in Boston this week and it inspired us to create our own bacon dish. Since Gansett is the Official Beer Of The Clam we dug up the most famous clam dish with bacon. Yes we included this on the blog before, but here we include the history [...]
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. It just so happens that our bock beer is hitting the shelves this [...]
Growing up in Southeastern New England, everyone learns the skipping rope rhyme of the Lizzie Borden murders. Lizzie Borden took an axe And gave her mother forty whacks, When she saw what she had done, She gave her father forty-one. Sounds terrible coming from the lips of children. But when you think about that’s sort [...]
Salem Massachusetts. Home to Nathaniel Hawthorne and the House of 7 Gables, Jack Welch and Mary Lou Lord, Nathaniel Bowditch and Elias Derby, Salem has been a destination city long before there was such a thing as family vacation. With a rich history in the East India Trade and Seafaring, one can almost stop at [...]