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Six Long Island Beers to Drink This Spring

LongIsland.com

These beers will have you longing for barbecues, lazy days on the beach, and long nights hanging with friends.

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Spring is sprung so grab one of these local brews to remind you that summer is just around the corner.

 

Montauk Brewing Company’s Summer Ale - Summer is right there in the name. This ale is described as a light caramel malt blended with just the right amount of wheat to give it a bold, yet refreshing, finish.

 

Barrier Brewing Company’s Lomax - An American IPA that is made for summer. It’s dry-hopped with simcoe, centennial and mosaic.

 

Great South Bay Brewery’s Blood Orange Pale Ale - An American Pale Ale has a deep golden color with blood orange to make it a crisp refreshing drink for the warmer weather.

 

Blue Point Brewing Company’s Toasted Lager - One of the original microbreweries on Long Island offers a great warm-weather beer with its famous Toasted Lager. Easy drinking with a smooth long-lasting finish.

 

Port Jeff Brewing Company’s Beach Beer - Again, it’s got beach in the name. So if you’re longing for those long summer days in the sand listening to the ocean waves, this is the beer for you.

 

Long Ireland’s Beach, Please - Brewed from April to September this seasonal beer is a crisp refreshing golden ale. It’s brewed with Pacific Northwest hops and lemon peel.

 

If you haven’t yet, check out LongIsland.com’s beer lovers’ guide to local breweries.