Beervana by the numbers

By LOU PAPINEAU  |  September 28, 2011

BUT THAT'S NOT ALL! It's "Providence" Craft Beer Week, which is taking place statewide from September 30-October 8, with tap takeovers and pint nights and beer dinners and meet-the-brewer events in Providence (Julian's, the Avery, AS220, Snooker's, Nick's On Broadway, Loie Fuller's, E & O, the GCB, the Scurvy Dog, the Apartment, English Cellar Alehouse, the Wild Colonial, and many more), Pawtucket (Doherty's), Warwick (Track 84, Dave's Bar & Grille), Newport (Pour Judgement), Westerly (the Malted Barley), Wakefield (Mews Tavern), and Johnston (Rhode Island Alehouse), plus tastings at liquor stores (Nikki's, Wines and More, Bottles, High Spirits, others) — showcasing beers from Heavy Seas, Wachusett, Stone, Ithaca, Shipyard, Innis & Gunn, Williams Bros., Clown Shoes, Oskar Blues, Long Trail, Mayflower, Ommegang, Breckenridge, Smuttynose, Revival, Sixpoint, Victory, Stoudt's, Widmer Brothers, Pretty Things, Bear Republic, and many more. And the O Fest is at Slater Park September 30-October 2, featuring a half-dozen American Ok/ctoberfest-y brews and a trio of Germans. Phew! Bring those change jars to Coinstar and sell some Pez dispensers on eBay so you can hit more than a few of these events.

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