Pop, fizz, clink! — 125th anniversary brew
The special brew will not only be served at interested village
“We’re so excited to partner with the first brewery in Patchogue to commemorate Patchogue’s anniversary,” said Terry Tuthill, associate publisher of the Long Island Advance. “I can’t wait to taste it!”
The batch will start out in the
The only detail left to be decided, Komsic said, is what fruits will be added to the batch as an extra depth of flavor. He suggested seasonal peaches and blackberries might be used from a local farm in Wading River. Also, all the spent grains from the process will be collected and taken to Double D Ranch in Manorville by the Town of Brookhaven as part of the Brew to Moo program.
Once complete, a total of about 18-20 kegs will be available for sale. A restaurant committee meeting was held yesterday to determine which restaurants were interested in serving it. As of press time, the brew will certainly be available at the
Anniversary committee member and chamber of commerce executive director David Kennedy said a lot of the restaurants have been interested in serving the special brew. “Patchogue is one of the leaders on Long Island in craft beer and it’s nice to make this a featured part of celebrating our history,” he said.
Komsic, who has been a Patchogue resident for about six years, has worked at the brewery for about eight and has been
“I am excited to brew with Blue Point, this will be our first collaboration with them,” he said. “It’s always fun working with other brewers and it’s great that we are able to do this as Long Island’s oldest brewery.”
The brew will be made completely on-site at the
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