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Many people use homebrewing as a relaxing hobby, but for one New York City firefighter, homebrewing became a burning passion that sparked his founding a brewery in his hometown on Long Island.
Blue Point Brewing Co. of Patchogue will be the title sponsor of the 36th Annual Oyster Festival in Oyster Bay, meaning that the formerly dry event will now feature a beer garden, officials announced Monday.
Here on Long Island there will be plenty of Oktoberfest fun beginning this weekend, with lots of German beer and food along with chances to prove your strength and ability to withstand pain in Stein-holding contests.
While dozens of vineyards have replaced many old potato farms that once dominated the North Fork, enterprising hops farmers rode the farm brewery trend to create Jamesport Farm Brewery two years ago.
The trade group that represents craft breweries from all across New York State held its first annual beerfest on Long Island this past Saturday at Belmont Park Racetrack.
Between festivals celebrating the harvest of apples, pumpkins, oysters, garlic, hops, and pickles, there are dozens of fall fests to take in on Long Island between Labor Day and Halloween.
In just seven years, Montauk Brewing has grown to become one of the top 100 craft breweries in the U.S. based on sales volume.
One of Long Island’s best craft breweries, Great South Bay Brewery, was founded in 2009 by fourth-generation brewer Rick Sobotka, whose family tradition dates back to his great-grandfather distilling whiskey in Poland.
The majority of Small Craft’s output is sold at its tasting room but the brewery has been supplying kegs to a growing number of pubs on the South Shore.
Patchogue’s Blue Point Brewing held a special event on June 5 to celebrate World Environment Day at its new tap room and restaurant, Blue Point Brewpub.