PROVIDENCE, RI – Revival Brewing Company, one of Rhode Island’s premier craft breweries, announced a unique partnership with ConserFest to help raise funds and awareness about land conservation. The Providence based brewer is releasing a new beer called Night Swim’ah in which a portion of the proceeds will benefit conservation efforts.
Founded in 2010, Revival is best known for making beers the way they should be made, bold, furious, and full of passion. Revival brewed Night Swim’ah to compliment ConserFest as the perfect light and drinkable beer to enjoy this summer on Block Island, RI. It’s a Belgian style Witt beer weighing in at 4.7% ABV and is flavored with orange peel, coriander, and raspberries. Distribution will be available in Block Island, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut in six packs for $9.99 throughout the summer. Revival is also supporting the beer’s launch with a social media contest and limited edition merchandise available from their online shop.
Each year, ConserFest continues their efforts to promote environmental stewardship by bringing together the masses in a series of music celebration events to help protect beautiful places such as Block Island, RI. They describe themselves as “Music on a Mission,” with the ultimate goal to educate about the environment and provide the right conscious tools so that participating audiences can become agents of change and embody the ConserFest core mantra, “Embrace Your Place.”
Revival’s Brewmaster, Sean Larkin, first fell in love with Block Island while working at Captain Nick’s, The Atlantic Inn, and Smugglers Cove while he was in culinary school. Whether it’s surfing at one of the island’s surf spots or mountain biking through Rodman’s Hollow, Larkin is passionate about the hidden spaces that Block Island has to offer. Night Swim’ah is Larkin’s way of supporting local environmental conservation efforts.