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Darling Brewing Co. unexpectedly announced on social media that it has closed its Patchogue brewery and taproom and plans to relocate to an unnamed location on the East End.
Hundreds of cannabis, craft beer, and music lovers came out in full force to celebrate the unofficial 4/20 holiday at Blue Point Brewing’s second annual Shakedown on Main Street festival in Patchogue.
Five years after its founding, Jones Beach Brewing Company has realized its dream of paying homage to Long Island’s beaches, parks, and waterways with great-tasting craft beers made on Long Island.
The month of March is not the only thing roaring in like a lion on Long Island. Our craft beer scene is coming back to life with many beer festivals and other in-person events on tap for March, April, and May.
Necromantic Brew Co., Long Island’s first gluten-free brewery, is putting the finishing touches on its new taproom in Farmingdale ahead of a planned launch in March.
Despite challenges from the ongoing pandemic, Long Island’s craft brewing industry continued to grow in 2021, with new breweries opening and established breweries expanding.
A special anniversary calls for a special celebration, so Port Jeff Brewing marked its 10th anniversary in October with a three-day party featuring 10 bands.
As the first craft brewery in a region primarily known for its vineyards, Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. quickly developed a loyal following for its distinctive beers.
Here on Long Island, there are several in-person events returning this year to help celebrate this season highlighting German beer, food, and culture.
Lithology Brewing marked the fifth anniversary in July of opening its taproom on Farmingdale’s Main Street and is moving forward with plans to increase beer production at the brewery and through contract brewing.