Hallo Nachbar! Narragansett Beer today announces the return of Fest, a traditional Märzen Lager, just in time for the start of Oktoberfest. After a three-year hiatus that was full of endless demand to bring Fest back, ‘Gansett is resurrecting the award-winning beer that’s fit for King Gambrinus himself.
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60 Ship St
Providence, RI 02903 United States
- MADE ON HONOR. SOLD ON MERIT. INDEPENDENT BREWER OF CLASSIC AMERICAN LAGERS AND CRAFTS SINCE 1890! HI NEIGHBOR, HAVE A GANSETT!
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Year Round Beers
|Lovecraft Honey Ale||Ale|
|Autocrat Coffee Milk Stout||Stout|
|Reanimator Helles Lager||Bock|
|Big Mamie Indestructible American Pale Ale||American IPA|
|Allie’s Double Chocolate||Porter|
|Del’s Black Cherry||Specialty|
No Longer Available
|Cream Ale||Crème Ale|