Crooked Ladder assistant beer brewer Stevie Czelatka helps move a new 10′ stainless steel fermentor into the West Main Street tasting room. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
Riverhead’s Crooked Ladder Brewing Co. installed three 10-foot tall stainless steel fermentors this week, which will allow the brewery to increase the volume of ales, stouts and porters it produces nearly two-fold.
Read more about what’s next for Crooked Ladder at northforker.com.
Deputy Town Attorney Dan McCormick, center, explains the BID bylaws on elections to BID management association members Wednesday night. (Credit: Tim Gannon)
Electing two candidates to two unopposed seats on a board and two more candidates to two opposed positions on that same board shouldn’t be hard, right?
But when that election is the Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association’s annual elections, the answer to that question is “wrong.” (more…)
A summer networking event is scheduled at the Seaside Grill tonight. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
Celebrate the warm weather with free drinks at a summer networking event on the Peconic riverfront tonight. (more…)
Farmer Phil Schmitt (left) and his sons Matt (center) and Phil Jr. loading boxes of cabbage onto a flatbed at the family’s Riverhead farm (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)
A law aimed at ensuring government agencies are purchasing foods from the businesses they represent has cleared the state Senate and is on track to potentially boost business for local growers, according to a release from state Sen. Ken LaValle, who supported the initiative.
Long Ireland Brewery co-owner Greg Martin (center) harvests hop cones with assistant brewers Liam Hudcock (left) and Fred Keller at Condzella Farm in Wading River in 2012. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)
Shortly after announcing that New York State was loosening some of its restrictions on wineries, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the state will do the same for craft brewers.
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Tasting for the Long Island Merlot Alliance’s annual Merliance blend in 2011. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)
They’ll drink to this!
Local wineries and breweries both got some good news this week, courtesy of New York State. (more…)
Members of the town’s parking committee have called for parking meters downtown, though some board members are hesitant to support the proposal (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch file)
Is there a traffic problem downtown?
It depends on who you ask.
But members of the town’s parking committee believe a problem exists — and that it’s just a matter of time until it becomes a really big one. (more…)