Greenport Harbor Brewing Company

      Good Beer, Great Adventure

      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.

      Greenport Harbor Brewing Company Opens New Peconic Brewery With Special Brews and a Treat for Those Who Stayed Late

      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.