The matrimony of farmer and brewer births once-a-year brews.
Oktoberfest is hosted in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, but you’re currently in New York. No sweat, though. You can still celebrate with Oktoberfest Bestfest, Edible’s compilation of five Oktoberfest-themed events.
There is a beer-induced buzz on Long Island. The surge of local breweries has heightened a demand for local ingredients, and some farmers have responded with hops.
Keith Luce is building Long Island with his…everything.
A new brewmaster follows tradition while striking out on his own.
Farm-to-table’s inroads in Nassau County.
“Farmers are growing hops for our local breweries, wineries are experimenting with new styles, and I want to showcase all of that. If it’s rare and exclusive, we’re going to carry it.”
NOFO Crunch, a crisp, local-crafted granola created by Deana and Dan Reyburn, contains seven ingredients: organic rolled oats, almonds, walnuts, vegetable oil, wildflower honey…
From the East Village to the East End
After graduation, the trio worked as lifeguards and installed solar panels, but post-school discussions often involved only one topic: beer.
Once Montauk Woodwork, 62 South Erie Avenue is now Montauk Brewing Company, a local beer spot created by Vaughan Cutillo, Eric Moss and Joseph Sullivan. “My dad had no idea he was building a brewery when he started his woodworking business,” says Cutillo, a Montauk native. “With a big showroom in the front, it was a perfect fit. Property can be expensive too, so we really lucked out.”
The Long Island Pine Barrens, an undeveloped expanse of pitch pine, oak and wetland communities within Suffolk County, spans approximately 100,000 acres, encompasses three…