We Like Local When it Comes to Our Seafood…and Our Beers
For generations, The Coast Guard House has attracted lovers of fresh, local seafood, summery cocktails on the deck and sweeping views of Narragansett Bay. Fresh, local beer is another reason to stop by, no matter the weather.
The craft beer business is huge in this tiny state. Signs for new breweries seem to pop regularly, and here at The Coast Guard House, we’ve selected the best of Rhody’s best. Seasonal brews are put in rotation and some are served year-round. You’ll have to check it out yourself because the selection is constantly changing. One constant, however, is we love all things local.
Check out these Rhody brewery selections during your next visit to The Coast Guard House:
Whalers Brewing Company – Peace Dale’s own Whalers Brewing Company is one of the
fastest-growing breweries in the country, and we’re pretty sure we know why. Whaler’s Rise has won the nation’s “Best American-Style Pale Ale” World Beer Award in 2017 and 2018.
Newport Craft Brewing & Distillery Co. – Formerly known as Newport Storm Brewery, it’s considered the original production craft brewery in Rhode Island. Founded in Newport in 1999, the brewery has produced more than 100 beers, many made with Rhody-grown ingredients. The Comfortably Unaware IPA is popular here, and Newport Storm Amber Ale, the first beer brewed, is the flagship of the lot and a perennial favorite.
Grey Sail Brewing of Rhode Island – The Westerly brewery offers a range of nautical-themed brews. Some are offered all year, some seasonally. Try Captain’s Daughter, a double IPA. As the brewery puts it, “her allure is fresh and tropical but she has a bite! She commands respect.”
Revival Brewing Company – Lil’ Rhody lends endless inspiration to Cranston-based Revival Brewing Company. We find Night Swim’-ah Belgian Wheat Ale to be ideal for your after-beach gatherings, or for any gathering for that matter.
Narragansett Brewing Company – The brewery says drinking a Narragansett Lager is like drinking New England history. It was first brewed in 1890, and was the best-selling beer in New England from the 1930s to the 1970s. Did you know if was the official beer of the Boston Red Sox from 1944-1975? Narrangansett also offers It’s About Time IPA, which celebrates the building of the long overdue new brewery in Pawtucket. Hi Neighbor! Have a ‘Gansett!