Dining Guide

Raise a Pint at Trinity Brewhouse

Great beers, and food to match in downtown Providence

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One of the first brewpubs in New England, Trinity Brewhouse has been serving up good cheer (and good beer) since 1995, and bringing in awards for their brews for just about that long. The restaurant, in the heart of downtown Providence, offers turned up pub fare. Think starters like Trinity Chicken Wings (with an on-request secret sauce) and their Clam Roast Appetizer,
pizzas, and burgers and sandwiches ranging from the Vegan Sweet Potato and Black Bean Burger to a Bison Patty Melt with hand-cut fries. Entrees, like the Lobster Mac and Cheese, Wild Boar Sausage Plate or Stout and Teriyaki Steak Tips, are always great choices. The best part: they all go well with a house-made beer, and you can see all of the beer being made on the premises.



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The award-winning Trinity beers are brewed in-house under Brewmaster Tommy Tanish. The selection is always changing, and always influenced by the season. Lots of them – you can see the whole list on their website – have brought in Gold and Silver medals at the Great International Beer Festival and other beer competitions.

Every December, Trinity Brewhouse opens up enrollment for their Mug Club, which sells out within weeks. Members get beer and food deals, and invitations to club-only events.

5 Must-Sip Trinity Beers

Trinity RI IPA

Kolsch

Tommy’s Red

Belgian Wit

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186 Fountain Street, Providence 401-453-2337