Isle Brewers Guild announces partnership with Wash Ashore Beer Company

Isle Brewers Guild announces partnership with Wash Ashore Beer Company

PAWTUCKET – Craft beer cooperative Isle Brewers Guild, at 461 Main St. in Pawtucket, announced Thursday it is launching a brewing partnership with Wash Ashore Beer Company.

Based on Martha’s Vineyard, Wash Ashore is dedicated to producing organic beer embodying "the experience of island living," states a release. In response to increased demand, Wash Ashore will immediately begin using Isle Brewers Guild’s equipment and 100-barrel brewhouse to brew and package three of its craft beer selections: Maya Mae IPA, Love Ale, and Buddha Pale Ale.

“We are thrilled to partner with Isle Brewers Guild and begin brewing Wash Ashore in Rhode Island,” said Michelle Verdi, co-owner of Wash Ashore Beer Company. “We have always wanted to brew here, and The Guild provides our team with a unique, new, cool space to make our organic beer. We’re excited to launch this partnership, and we’re looking forward to seeing what comes next.”

“Isle Brewers Guild is excited to welcome Wash Ashore as our latest partner at The Guild,” said Jeremy Duffy, co-founder of Isle Brewers Guild. “We’re all fans of their beers, and we’re looking forward to working with their team to produce it right here in Pawtucket.”

Beginning with an official welcome celebration on Saturday, Feb. 10, all three Wash Ashore beers will be added to The Guild’s Tap Room, which is open to the public every Thursday through Sunday.

Wash Ashore joins Narragansett Beer, Farmer Willie’s Craft Ginger Beer, Newburyport Brewing Company, Devil’s Purse Brewing Company, Great North Aleworks, and Everett-based Night Shift Brewing on Isle Brewer Guild’s growing roster of brewing partners.