Melba gets to the nitty-gritty on the collaboration between Sail Away Coffee and Barrage Brewing, CMP, a coffee milk stout.
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It’s what defined “craft beer” from “macro” for a long time—craft in glass bottles, big beer in cans. Canning has become cheaper and lighter, but, more importantly, there have been improvements in canning technology so the beer doesn’t react to the can, producing off-flavors. These developments didn’t go unnoticed by small breweries wishing to cut
Over 200 people packed into the main room of Bobbique in Patchogue, New York, on Saturday, June 20, to snack on brunch bites, hoist a pint for a good cause, and to share memories of Ed Hahne, for the Ed Hahne Memorial Beer Brunch.
You read it here first! Long Beard Brewing signs the lease and gets the key to its new home in Riverhead.
Let’s call her Melba Post. Melba lays out the Ferment-Me-Nots, or what not to ask a new brewer.
We’ve got several new breweries opening in 2015 in Long Island. We’ll be looking for them at local bars, restaurants, beer distributors, and in tasting rooms. Here’s where it’s all happening: Farmingdale, New York A Taste of Long Island, a specialty private-use kitchen, and now brewery, will be home to three nano-breweries who will be crafting at