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Long Island’s homebrewing community met up for some friendly competition on Saturday at the 23rd annual BEER Brew-off organized by Brewers East End Revival, Long Island’s oldest homebrew club.
With Long Island now home to more than 40 craft breweries, a great way to sample the diversity of locally produced beer without driving all over is to attend a beer festival, which there are plenty of this summer.
Pubs in bustling downtown Huntington have for decades served the public’s growing demand for craft beers. Now, thanks to Six Harbors Brewing Company, beer lovers in Huntington can enjoy delicious craft beer brewed right in the community.
Over the past decade, a host of gastropubs and upscale burger joints have opened in Massapequa that not only serve tasty burgers but enhance the experience with great craft beer.
Oceanside’s Barrier Brewing Co. took home the prize for Best Brew of New York State.
At the southernmost head of Northport Harbor, the aptly named Harbor Head Brewing Company is producing craft beers that are popular with both boaters and landlubbers.
Waterzooi Belgian Bistro in Garden City toasted its 20th anniversary with a festive six-course dinner billed as the Knights of the Round Table Beer Dinner that also celebrated the Knighthood of Waterzooi co-founder Chris Werle, who was knighted by the Belgian Brewers Guild at a ceremony in Brussels last fall.
The craft beer industry continued to expand across Long Island in 2018, with six new breweries opening taprooms, bringing the total number of brewpubs and breweries with taprooms to 35, compared to just nine at the end of 2012.
"We wanted to share the brewing responsibilities," says Tim Dougherty, a TBC founding co-owner.
Besides making beer, the founders also wanted to support veterans, so they donate 25 percent of BrewSA’s profits to veterans' charities and donate beer to fundraisers for such groups.