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THE craft and independent brewery sector employed 1,705 full-time equivalents in 2018 in Rhode Island. / COURTESY BREWERS ASSOCIATION

Report: Craft-brewing industry employed over 1,700 in R.I. in 2018

PROVIDENCE – The craft-brewing industry employed 1,705 full-time equivalent workers in Rhode Island in 2018 at breweries and brewpubs, including serving staff at brewpubs,...
WHALERS BREWING CO. in South Kingstown was named one of the fastest-growing craft brewers in the United States in 2018 by the Brewers Association. / COURTESY BREWERS ASSOCIATION

Whalers Brewing Co. named one of fastest-growing craft brewers in U.S.

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Whalers Brewing Co. was named the No. 40 fastest-growing craft brewer in the United States in 2018 by the Brewers Association...
HANDS-ON LEARNING: A newly launched craft-brewing certificate program at Johnson & Wales University features two weeks of hands-on education at Isle Brewers Guild in Pawtucket. From left, Jack Streich, vice president, brewery operations, Isle Brewers Guild; Devin Kelly, co-founder and managing partner, Isle Brewers Guild; Ed Korry, department chair, beverage and dining services, Johnson & Wales; Jeremy Duffy co-founder and managing partner, Isle Brewers Guild; Jennifer Pereira, associate professor,  / Johnson & Wales.
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Isle Brewers Guild partners with JWU to offer online craft-brewing certificate

For a time, every old industrial complex, barn, music hall or former train station was ripe for the picking, as the fervor for craft...
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Five Questions With Mark Hellendrung

Mark Hellendrung | President, Narragansett Beer 1. How would you describe the ­’Gansetts’ performance last year? We had another great year in 2017 with...

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