Welcome the Patchogue Beer Project 1168

With the official opening of The Patchogue Beer Project this Saturday & Sunday, January 6th & 7th, Patchogue welcomes its third brewery. The Patchogue Beer Project is the vision of two Long Island residents: Mike Philbrick, the owner of Port Jeff Brewing Co., and restaurateur Ryan DiSpirito.

The Beer Project seeks to fill a niche in the craft beer market by collaborating with other breweries that have opened across Long Island in the past few years.  Since The Patchogue Beer Project is operating under a farm brewery license, it is is able to also serve New York State made whiskey, ciders and wine.  So, in addition to delicious craft beer, The Beer Project will offer a few specialty cocktails and New York Whiskeys.    Small snacks are currently offered and soon food will be available from neighboring Local Burger Co.

Patchogue Beer Project is located on the East Side of Railroad Avenue across from BrickHouse Brewery, right behind Buttermilks Kitchen and Local Burger Co.  The new tasting room has an open floor plan with plenty of seating and viewing panes which allow visitors to check out the operations of the fermenting room and the cold room.

The tasting room is open from noon to 9 p.m., Mondays through Thursdays, from noon to 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and from noon to 8 p.m. on.

Stop by to check out Patchogue’s Newest Brewery and #DrinkPatchogue!


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National Night Out Draws Over 1000 People 180

 On August 6th, Supervisor Ed Romaine, Councilwoman Jane Bonner and Councilman Michael Loguercio co-hosted the annual National Night Out at Fireman’s Park in Ridge. This free, annual event promotes police-community relationships and neighborhood camaraderie. It encourages adults and children to interact with members of law enforcement to help create a true sense of community. Over 1000 people joined in to play games, win prizes and interact with vendors, organizations and members of the Suffolk County Sheriff and Police Departments, firefighters and first responders. Pictured at left are (left to right) Supervisor Ed Romaine, Suffolk County Sheriff Errol Toulon, former New York Rangers hockey star Ron Duguay and Councilwoman Jane Bonner. Pictured at right are Supervisor Ed Romaine (left) and Councilman Michael Loguercio (center) with Deputies from the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department.

Supervisor Romaine said, “I look forward to National Night Out every year. Most people don’t get to have personal contact with law enforcement, and this is a unique opportunity for them to do so in a relaxed and fun environment. I thank everyone who had a hand is organizing this event and all the residents who came out to enjoy it.”

Sheriff Toulon said, “National Night Out is one of my favorite events of the year because it highlights the ways that communities and law enforcement work together to keep our neighborhoods safe.  This year, we were so fortunate to partner with Councilwoman Jane Bonner to bring National Night Out to Fireman’s Park in Ridge, and along with Supervisor Ed Romaine and Councilman Mike Loguercio, we welcomed nearly 1000 residents of all ages.  I believe everyone had a great time and I look forward to organizing this event in Brookhaven for years to come.”

Councilwoman Bonner said, “National Night Out in the Town of Brookhaven is a great tradition and I was happy to join with Sheriff Toulon to help make this event such a big success in Ridge. It’s important that residents and law enforcement become familiar with each other so we can all work together to make Brookhaven a better place to live.”

Councilman Loguercio said, “As a member of the Ridge Fire Department myself, I understand how important it is for adults and children to get to know and trust those who are out there working every day to save lives. National Night Out is an ideal opportunity for residents to have fun and learn how they can keep themselves and their families out of harm’s way, and I look forward to coming back next year.”



Scenes from the Slack Tide Art Show 137

Swell Taco’s back patio turned into a packed summer art show this Thursday night for The Slack Tide Art Show.  Tucked between neighboring buildings the expansive back patio was the perfect setting for the event.  Over 20 artists had their work on display transforming the space into a collaborative gallery.  The layout provided a great space for artists to showcase their work and engage with patrons. The event was packed with young art enthusiasts enjoying the artwork and atmosphere.  Cocktails were flowing and live music by Rum Punch Mafia, @thezigons and DJ James McGaley kept the vibe going until 11 pm. Here are some highlight photos from the event.



To check out some more from the featured artists, you can view their work on Instagram below.

Name Instagram
Alex Palumbo @alxpalumbo
Candace Ceslow @hellocando
Chris Tomlin @maroonedlines
Drew Forcino @drewforcino
Erik Schwab @saltyvisionz
Gene Rogovitz @salt_n_sea
Hannah Letourneau @hanlet
Jacob Saccone @jacobsaccone
Jade Tantillo @jadetantillo
Joe Leahy @joeleahy
Josh Goetz @jgoetzphotography
Juliet Schreckinger @jettyboards
Kathryn Dziadowicz @kdziadowiczart
Maya Netzer @_deeptime_
Mollly Whalen @whalendesign
Rich Brooks @richbrooksphotography
Robb Leahy @robbleahy
Ronnie Walker @rjwphoto

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