Yacht Club Bottling Works Berrymelon Rebellion label

Yacht Club Bottling Works Creates Their First Seasonal Limited Release “Berrymelon Rebellion”

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Yacht Club Bottling Works, The Official Soda and Water Company of Rhode Island, is producing its very first Seasonal Limited Release flavor Berrymelon Rebellion, a Strawberry Watermelon Soda embodying summer with an iconic label tied to Rhode Island’s vital part in America’s history. “We’ve been planning seasonal limited release drinks for some time and wanted to [….]

2018 Eat Drink RI Festival Grand Tasting, photo by Brad Smith Photography

Eat Drink RI Festival — April 24 – 27, 2019

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The 8th Annual Eat Drink RI Festival is a celebration showcasing the best of the culinary world in Rhode Island. Presenting farmers, chefs, bartenders and food & drink artisans from across the region, this year’s Festival features the return of our popular wine professional competition, an all-new women-prepared dining event, the area’s largest food truck event, [….]

2015 Open House at the State House

Open House at the State House 2019 Inaugural Event

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Eat Drink RI is proud to present the second Open House at the State House, hosted by Governor Gina Raimondo and First Gentleman Andy Moffit, on the Saturday following the Governor’s second inauguration. The event will feature tastings from Rhode Island restaurants and food and beverage producers, as well as performances from a diverse variety of local groups. Admission is free with a suggested donation of a non-perishable food item to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.

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Yacht Club Bottling Works Unveils New Label Artwork and a New Flavor “Rhody Red”

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First new labels are on shelves now with the entire line getting new art Yacht Club Bottling Works, The Official Soda and Water Company of Rhode Island, is rolling out new labels for all thirty-three flavors of seltzers and sodas that the company produces. Mixed and bottled in North Providence for over one hundred years, [….]