Join the Rhode Island Historical Society and Narragansett Brewery on Wednesday, January 26 at 7pm for the official launch of Narragansett’s latest creation: an 1822 Porter created especially for the RIHS’s bicentennial. This virtual event will feature a Q&A session with Narragansett’s Head Brewer Lee Lord, who will offer a behind-the-scenes perspective on what goes into crafting a historic brew.
Tickets include a 4-pack of the 1822 Porter for guests to enjoy while Lord fields questions about her process. Tickets are $20 for RIHS members and $25 for non-members and are available at rihs.org.
This program is the first in the RIHS’s Drink in the History series, which will pair Rhode Island beverage companies with historic talks throughout the year. Additional partners include: Dave’s Coffee, White Dog Distilling, Ceremony Tea, Rhode Island Spirits, Yacht Club Soda, Sons of Liberty, Little Maven Lemonade, Sowam’s Cidery, Granny Squibb’s Iced Tea, Anchor & Hope Wine, and Ellie’s. Ticket packages for the year are still available and feature 12-packs for the full series and 6-packs of the alcoholic and non-alcoholic programs. Packages can be purchased at rihs.org.