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Just in time for Father’s Day, Long Island craft breweries have taken advantage of phase two of New York State’s reopening to open outdoor areas for their taprooms.
The voyage of Long Beach Brewing Company has been a long one, but LBBC overcame rough seas to found its home port on busy Lawson Boulevard in Oceanside.
Two Long Island craft breweries took home virtual medals Thursday at the 4th annual New York State Craft Beer Competition, a hotly contested affair with nearly 1,000 beers in 12 categories, that was hosted on Zoom and live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube.
Long Island’s Big Brew Day activities will be a part of a worldwide event as the AHA has pushed to make this year’s event the largest homebrew event ever.
Long Island craft breweries are helping make critically-needed personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers and first responders, and providing support for local food banks and community groups.
In a nod to his hometown, founder Ken Srubinski named the brewery Secatogue, after the Native American tribe that originally inhabited what is now West Islip.
Long Island’s craft brewing industry, along with bars, restaurants and so many other hospitality businesses, are facing unprecedented challenges from efforts to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Motion Craft Brewed debuted on February 14 on Park Boulevard in Massapequa Park, adding the latest draw for craft beer lovers in the village’s downtown that is home to several popular gastropubs.
Bright Eye Beer Company, Long Beach’s first craft brewery, celebrated its grand opening Friday night with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and hundreds of craft beer lovers packing its taproom on Park Avenue.
Bright Eye Beer Company is planning to open the first craft brewery in the City of Long Beach on Feb. 21.