Grappa, shochu and sunchoke liqueur—all produced with local, organic ingredients grown on Long Island? Yes. Really.
At Grey Lady MTK, we recently enjoyed the spirit of summer—captured in two of the summer’s hottest spirits.
A new video and website will promote tourism to our wineries, breweries, distilleries and cideries.
Wölffer Estate is distilling its winery’s essence.
Check out Edible’s curated list of local spirits available for delivery by Drizly.
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.
This time of year it’s particularly important to be well stocked on drinks supplies. So here are the 8 bottles of liquor (and mixers) — all made in the great state of New York — that will keep you and your loved ones in Manhattans through the New Year and beyond.
In a nod to the wealth of high-quality wine, beer and spirits made on Long Island’s East End, these sessions will feature locally made products, served with a locally sourced signature tasting menu prepared by the inn’s executive chef Richard Kanowsky.
New York’s first vermouth maker wants you to think beyond the Martini.