The law exempting NYS brewers from certain beer taxes was encouraging growth in that market. It can’t be denied. The loss of the exemption will hurt that growth. We don’t think we’re being emotionally fraught by pointing this out.
Duane Reade offers fresh beer on tap in two locations in NYC, with plans to expand into more stores this fall.
Blue Point makes a great rye ale. Why has it taken so long for Fervere to try it? His only excuse is there’s a lot of beers out there and only one him.
The second beer review for the $4 special at our DnU Night Out at The Cortland is an IPA—a double IPA. Fervere has no love for IPAs. Uh, oh. Could this be the first beer that Fervere sends back?
Long Island Craft Beer Week! DnU Night Out on March 10! Oh my! But wait, there’s a beer review here, too—the incredibly complex pale ale, Ground Break by Ithaca Beer Co.
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…