A Greenport oysterman returns from a train trip to Colorado with an appreciation for the local spirits.
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This merlot, chardonnay and riesling blend “provides very interesting flavors on the palate.”
For our Spring Issue, I talked to David Page of Shinn Estate Vineyards about the new spirits he released early this year. He has also…
http://instagram.com/p/0bPR-kTS2K On March 13 the stage at the Parrish Art Museum was the setting for a lively conversation about rum. Moderated by Brian Halweil,…
The 2014 vintage is a smash, and the first big taste you’re going to get of it is from the #2014rosé. Expect to find most at Brooklyn Uncorked on May 28.
This St. Patrick’s Day, local breweries are giving thirsty Long Islanders a taste of Ireland.
Our local restaurants are realizing East End residents like their beer fresh and local. Townline BBQ is on it, and for the month of March will be drawing only Long Island beer from their six taps.
Guest breweries will be visiting the Speonk restaurant for once-a-month beer dinners.
Local spirits are the new craft beer. See what the fuss is about on March 13 with a panel discussion and a tasting. Order tickets here.
BrickHouse Brewery in Patchogue continues its dry hopping trend.
Stuff your vodka bottle with rhubarb stalks and boil them with sugar and water and then let imagination be your guide.