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.
Two North Fork breweries recently celebrated their one-year anniversaries, and after successfully dodging the pandemic’s many curveballs, Peconic County Brewing and übergeek Brewing Company are ready to let the good times roll.
Check out these St. Patrick's Day events and celebrations at craft breweries across Long Island this month.
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.
Montauk Brewing Company announced Wednesday that it is transitioning the name for their LTO (limited time offer) release program from the Ocean Series to the Montauk Brew Barn Series starting next month.
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.
A new, multicultural bar crawl is set to kick off in downtown Riverhead on Friday, Dec. 3.
Riverhead’s übergeek Brewing Co. has partnered with the New York Marine Rescue Center (NYMRC) to create “i never asked to be here,” a brand new, limited-run winter warmer ale that supports the non-profit organization’s mission, with a special focus on the plight of cold stunned sea turtles on the East End.