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Barley Blog features Narraganett New Summer Ale

05/09/2011
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Narragansett Debuts New Summer Ale

May 9, 2011; Providence, RI – The Famous Narragansett Beer introduces, for the first time in its 120-year history, the seasonal release of a summer craft brew, Narragansett Summer Ale. Distributed throughout New England, Southern New York, and Philadelphia at leading package stores, bars and restaurants, Summer Ale will be available on draught and in ‘Gansett’s signature 16oz. Tallboy cans.

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My Beer Buzz Blog Features Narragansett Beer

05/09/2011
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Narragansett Beer Debuts Brand's First-Ever Summer Craft Brew: Summer Ale

Here’s some great news coming out of Narragansett…and they are saying this brew will hit Eastern PA…so stay tuned:

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BeerAdvocate.com Features Narragansett Beer

05/09/2011
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Beer News
Narragansett Beer Debuts Brand's First-Ever Summer Ale


Award-Winning Brewer Rounds Out Calendar of Seasonal Offerings with Premiere Craft Release

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BrewBound.com Features Narragansett Beer

05/09/2011
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Narragansett Beer Debut’s Brand’s First-Ever Summer Ale

PROVIDENCE, RI – The Famous Narragansett Beer introduces, for the first time in its 120-year history, the seasonal release of a summer craft brew, Narragansett Summer Ale.  Distributed throughout New England, Southern New York, and Philadelphia at leading package stores, bars and restaurants, Summer Ale will be available on draught and in ‘Gansett’s signature 16oz. Tallboy cans.

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The Conway Daily Sun Features The Tamworth Inn

05/06/2011
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What price preservation? Planned razing of Pines Lodge and Tamworth Inn strikes a nerve among preservationists
By Tom Eastman


Preservation has been in the news in Mount Washington Valley this week, centered on plans to raze two local landmarks.

The first property is the Pines Lodge and Motel, the oldest of which once served as turn-of-the-century lodging quarters for workers of the Redstone Quarry.
The second property slated to be razed is the Tamworth Inn, which was purchased April 29 by Steven Grasse of Philadelphia and Tamworth.
News stories in The Conway Daily Sun over the past week about the two properties prompted discussions on this paper's Facebook site and on the Tamworth Exchange electronic community page.

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Examiner.com Features ROOT

05/06/2011
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ROOT for the Kentucky Derby
The Kentucky Derby is the horse racing event that transcends horse racing. Even though the sport is in a sort of free fall; everyone turns out for the Derby. Men don their best suits and the women parade around in big, over the top hats. And everyone drinks Mint Juleps.

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