You Can Talk On Your Phone At Our Checkout Counter…On One Condition

We don’t care if you’re on your phone when you come up to our counter if you can follow one simple rule.

A lot of businesses have a real hangup about people talking on their phones when they come up to pay for their stuff. Here at Bridge Liquors, we don’t really mind if you talk on your phone. If you found what you were looking for and have your cash or card at the ready, our employees can skip the small talk and get right to the business of scanning your items, giving you a total, processing your payment and sending you on your way. Sometimes these exchanges are even smoother and faster that way.

Underaged Kids: We’re Sick Of Your Crap Fake IDs

We confiscate and display your fake IDs for Newport and the world to gawk and laugh at…plus you might get arrested.

For whatever reason, Newport, RI is swimming in fake Connecticut licenses. As a result, Bridge Liquors is swimming in fake IDs because we know how to spot them and our employees are taking them like it’s going out of style. We’re just running out of ideas of how to deter this behavior.

Imagine that you’re a 19-year old who’s just got their fake ID straight from the Internet. You call up all your friends and they give you a dream list of everything they’ve heard about or tried at a party one time. So you stroll into Bridge, playing it cool as you, a college-aged male, pick up five bottles of different flavored Smirnoff Vodka, a six pack of Mike’s Hard Half-And-Half and a 12 pack of Not Your Father’s Root Beer. Then you put it all on the counter that looks like this:

Fishers Island Lemonade Has The Perfect 4th Of July Cocktail

All you need is Fishers Island Lemonade, Strawberries and Triple 8 Blueberry Vodka!

Fishers Island Lemonade is in its own right a fully armed and operational pre-mixed cocktail made with real vodka and whiskey. That doesn’t mean that it can’t be accessorized in accordance with holiday traditions. The folks over at  Fisher Island realized that while their lemonade could fulfil the “white” part of America’s colors, it is deficient in the red and blue categories.

Bridge Liquors: Proud Sponsor Of The Newport Charter Yacht Show

For two decades, we’ve been sponsoring the Newport Charter Yacht Show, an amazing event for charter professionals.

Year after year, attendees at the Newport Charter Yacht Show know who to turn to for liquor delivery. When the world’s most amazing boats pull into Newport Shipyard for this event, they know they can call Bridge Liquors to provide the alcohol delivery they need to replenish their stores. No matter what wine or spirits a client asks for, we’ll jump through the hoops to find it and get it delivered to your yacht. If it’s available in Rhode Island, Bridge Liquors will get it.

Zima Is Back In Stock (For A Limited Time)

Relive the ’90s with that decade’s most notable malt beverage, Zima!

If you were a fan of the original “Malternative” beverage, you’re in luck. Zima is back at Bridge Liquors for the first time in well over a decade. If you enjoyed it in Newport back in the ’90s, relive that decade with a 6-pack ASAP. Actually, before you do that, check out the “so bad it’s good” website they brought back for the relaunch. The graphics and music are just take you back to a time when the Internet was new and no one really knew what to do with it.

Before there was Twisted Tea and Smirnoff Ice, there was the first and original “malt beverage”.. This clear 5% abv beverage was introduced in the early ’90s and was produced in the United States all the way up to 2008. Since that time, the only place to get Zima was Japan, but now it’s back and we have it at Bridge Liquors!

If you want to spice up your Zima, try adding a shot of Chambord!

 

 

Do You Want To Work At A Newport, RI Liquor Store?

Bridge Liquors is hiring!

Bridge Liquors is looking to fill team positions immediately. If you’ve ever wanted to work in the liquor industry, here’s your chance to start. If you’re capable of combining the routine with the ability to think on your feet and flourish in fast-paced environments, we’re looking for you.

Full- and part-time positions available.

We’ve Been Nominated For A 2017 Mercury Love Award!

Help us win another Mercury Love Award with your vote!

Bridge Liquors is honored to be nominated for a 2017 Mercury Love Award for Newport’s Best Liquor Store. This is the first time we’ve been nominated since last year. As always, we have a lot of competitors looking to snag the award, so we will need all of our amazing customers’ votes on this one. This may come as a shock to some, but we don’t have a lock on it every year and have come up short in the past, most likely as a result of our failure to motivate those who love us the most. This year we won’t let that happen. So get voting!

Bridge Liquors Can Meet All Of Newport’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade Needs

Newport’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is almost here and we’re all sorts of stocked up.

It’s that most wonderful time of the year in Newport as locals and visitors prepare for Newport’s unofficial passage into springtime, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Bridge Liquors is a proud sponsor of the parade and encourages everyone to have a safe and festive time while they get their Irish on. We’ll be open at 8am on Saturday to give you an extra hour of shopping before the parade starts at 11.

We’re all stocked up and ready for Newport’s revelers. Not many things are more Irish than Jameson Irish Whiskey, which is why we have ten cases on the floor, ready to go.

Yes, We Have Fat Tire

New Belgium has arrived in Rhode Island and Newport…and Bridge Liquors.

“Yes, we have Fat Tire.” That’s an answer that we at Bridge Liquors have been wanting to give for almost a decade. Customers would come in and look at our craft beer selection and then ask if we had any Fat Tire.

“Do you have any…what’s it called…my friend told me to try it. Fat…”
“Fat Tire?”
“Yeah! Do you have any?”
“No, they don’t distribute to Rhode Island.”
“Can you special order it?”
“No, they don’t distribute to Rhode Island.”
“Can *I* special order it?”
“Well, you can do whatever you want, but it’s none of our business…”

This conversation was repeated at least once a month for the last seven years…right up until this past Monday.