Fervere attends the 2011 North Fork Craft Beer BBQ & Wine Festival and lives to tell the tale.
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I would be lying if I said I wasn’t giddy about this event. To watch—and partake of—the craft brew movement on Long Island has been amazing. It’s come a long way in a short time. I hope Long Islanders come out to support our local breweries and restaurants and to learn more about craft beer.
Our interview with Rich Stabile, founder of Long Island Spirits.
Just at the very beginning of Long Island’s North Fork is a town called Baiting Hollow. Like many towns on the North Fork, Baiting Hollow is charming, rustic, and full of wineries, including the not-so-surprisingly-named Baiting Hollow Farm Winery. I’ve visited that winery and will have an article about it, too, but about 100 yards
Long Island’s own Long Ireland Brewery is growing. Construction has just started on its first official microbrewery in Riverhead. This will expand its current offerings of Breakfast Stout, Celtic Ale (an Irish Red), Pale Ale, and Raspberry Wheat, which is always welcomed.
In which the wife and I take a trip to Peconic Bay Winery.