The least you could do is spell her name correctly.Sorry to make fun of you, I respect what you’re doing.
But I’m hoping this was the creative session that lead to this idea:
Kristen: I’d like to make a documentary
Friend: Hmmm, maybe make one about beer?
Kristen: Great idea. NEIPAs are taking off like wild fire. I wonder who I can get to be in the documentary?
Friend: How about a French Brewer?
Kristen: Brilliant! I wonder where we should go first?
Friend: Rhode Island?
Kristen: You’re a genius, let’s go
This is one of those foolish answers of which I spoke earlier.Pawtucket Brewery has a great one. The owner, Pawtucket Pat, is really nice too. Their flagship beer, Pawtucket Patriot Ale, isn't a NEIPA but I believe they recently did a collaboration with Red Tick Beer and Fudd which is a NEIPA.
Proclamation or Tilted Barn might be what you're looking for. Grey Sail might not check the NEIPA box all that well, but could be a third option.Thanks for the suggestion. We have a lot of really great breweries already participating from New England and I am still looking for one from RI so any recommendation is a good one.
In her "Introduce yourself" thread, I told Kristin that she would likely get foolish answers to whatever questions she might have. Thanks for not letting me down.Not sure what you mean, just trying to help out. I may not know as much as you about Rhode Island but that doesn't mean you have to call my answer foolish. Honestly it's kind of rude.
Seconded for Proc and Tilted Barn.Proclamation or Tilted Barn might be what you're looking for. Grey Sail might not check the NEIPA box all that well, but could be a third option.
Best case scenario, you just forget about RI like the rest of New England has.