A collective of brewers produce a beer free to all who donate two cans of food to Long Island Cares.
We hope you were able to check out our article about BrickHouse in the spring issue of Edible Long Island, where we told you about…
Something Belgian’s brewing in Patchogue.
Dig deep beer lovers! You will decide what you’ll be drinking at this dinner.
How wood came back to beer.
Headed to the game tonight! Who's drinking #BarnRocker? Meet up at Doolins pre-game! See you there! @NYIslanders pic.twitter.com/HIN2TkFMqG — Oyster Bay Brewing (@OysterBayBrewin) January…
Even Communists like beer. Found out how it tastes when the collective opens the taps at the Nutty Irishman.
Pumpkin beer’s been around a lot longer than you thought. Just ask Ben Franklin.
Sticke Handwerker, the Long Island debut from Secret Engine, will be released this Friday at Tap and Barrel, The Black Sheep Ale House and a to-be-determined location in Brooklyn.
Not only does this give people an awesome place to hang out in Farmingdale, it also frees up time for Pominski to make more beer. Turns out it’s kind of hard to brew and fill growlers, but with the brewery and tasting room now separate it allows him to produce beer while someone else mans the taps.
Most notably, on tap was #5, an anniversary Belgian dubbel fermented with tart cherries. Liegey accurately described it as “clean, nice, refreshing; didn’t hang on the palate.” Bitter Monk, a wheat beer using trappist yeast, was the first offering from new brewer Joe Hayes and a crowd favorite. Later in the evening, a keg of their Baltic Porter, which had been aged for two years was unveiled as a treat for those who had stuck around.
Greenport Harbor Brewing Company will be hosting the grand opening of its new Peconic brewery on July 12, but there’s an expansion going on behind the scenes too. DJ Swanson, head brewer since Greenport’s inception five years ago, is now accompanied by Joe Hayes, former brewmaster at Black Forest Brew Haus in Farmingdale.