Good Beer is much different than traditional Long Island beer festivals. Instead of a couple guys in shorts and walkie-talkies, you have suited security with earpieces. No tent for Good Beer, we were in a posh New York City venue. The level of detail and production that goes into planning the event made it a truly unique and special occasion.
We Long Islanders are a thirsty bunch and lucky for us there are as many variations on Richard Blechynden’s original iced tea as there are thirsty Long Islanders.
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.
Our Montauk Shandy is half beer, half lemonade and 100 percent refreshing; a perfect summer cocktail.
“You literally can’t pack anymore flavor into this” says homebrewer Chris Kelley’s about Basil in the Rye, his new beer brewed in collaboration with Great South Bay Brewery.
Lament not the loss of the drive-in, for there is now a worthy alternative: the Drink-In Theater.
Hi-Ho Pale Ale, brewed by women and available this summer for limited release at BrickHouse Brewery in Patchogue.
We’ve all drunk them. Maybe for some, more than they’d like to admit, but like Billy Joel, the Big Duck and Jones Beach, the Long Island Iced Tea can take its place in our culture and history here on Long Island. For all you trivia buffs out there, do you know where this smooth, yet potent, world-famous concoction originated from?
We are auspiciously blessed to have as many craft breweries as malls in our neck of the woods. So, come this weekend, instead of heading to the mall to pick out yet another necktie for dear old Dad, hightail it to one of our local breweries for a gift for your beer-loving Pop.
Long Island wine lovers who frequent campsites, pools, Jacuzzis or boats will know the problem: you want to drink your favorite local grape juice,…
From Manhattan to Montauk, Edible’s looking for great bartenders. Here’s the chance to mix it up with your peers and win an Edible profile, prizes and prestige. Plus some money.
Steve Pominski and his son Adam, sole brewers of the newly opened Barrage Brewing in Farmingdale, have been working around the clock to get their beer to local bars and restaurants, as well as filling growlers at the brewery. However, they still find themselves constantly answering the same question: When is the tasting room going to open?