Get a taste of the same recipe made at home and at a commercial brewery on Thursday, Nov. 20 at Lark.
Long Island Spirits took six years to perfect its gin recipe, which uses their potato vodka as a base.
The latest mixer behind the bar is a vinegar and fruit concoction once regularly sipped in the 18th century.
Powerhouse distributor picks up another Long Island craft beer.
One in a series of getting to know the wine clubs of Long Island Wine Country.
“Wineries bring so much beauty. There is no ugly wine region in the whole world. That’s what wine brings to an area. It brings passionate people.” • Photograph by Jason Nadler
What did everyone use before they figured out to put hops in beer?
The best way to get to know wine? Drink it. The best way to get to know a winery? Join a wine club.
Noah’s restaurant in Greenport is once again pairing up with local winemakers to present its popular Winemaker’s Dinner series, held on Sundays through the fall.
If there’s one good reason for a big old, bright-red fire truck to come out of a well-deserved retirement after a half-century of fighting fires, it would surely be to quench people’s thirst.
Wölffer’s 1949 Chevy Cider Truck has been making the rounds, starting in New York City. This week, it’s hitting the East End. Meet up with the truck for the winery’s Cider Road Trip and sample Wölffer No. 139 Dry White and Rosé ciders.
For the High Summer Issue of Edible East End, Alex Goetzfried visited with Regan Meador of Southold Farm + Cellar to talk about his new wine venture. Meador can be a polarizing character on the East End. He’s got strong opinions and isn’t afraid to voice them in any number of forums.