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New Brews Take Flight at Moriches Field Brewing Company

Rich Flynn of Moriches Field Brewing Company launched the grand opening of its new aviation-themed taproom in Center Moriches on Oct. 15.  

What Is The Best Beer Distributor on Long Island?

Long Island has so many beer distributors to get a tempting selection of beer from lagers to ales to porters and more, but which location is the best?

East End Craft Brewery Pumpkin Ales To Try This Fall

Often served in a cinnamon sugar-rimmed glass, pumpkin beer can be smooth and frothy, as well as smoky and aged in a barrel, infused with fall spaces.

Long Island Oktoberfest Events 2020

Despite the pandemic, revelers can still celebrate the spirit of Oktoberfest on Long Island this fall with traditional beer and food at local craft breweries and German restaurants.

Holbrook-based Spider Bite Spins Gold in NY Beer Competition

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 Homebrewers Celebrate Virtual Big Brew Day

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.

New Craft Beers Brewing on Long Island in 2020

Nine breweries on Long Island opened new taprooms in 2019 and more expansion is coming this year, both from new breweries opening taprooms for the first time and older breweries setting up new locations.  

Barrier Brewing Wins Statewide Best Brews Contest

Oceanside’s Barrier Brewing Co. took home the prize for Best Brew of New York State.

New Long Island Craft Brews on Tap in 2019

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.  

New Brews Join Long Island Craft Beer Boom

Since New York State created a farm brewery license in 2012, the number of craft breweries on LI more than tripled from 12 to 44 today — 26 of which are farm breweries that use locally grown ingredients.