TGIF from Fat Orange Cat: Something for Everyone.

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Maggie the Dog: Spent brew grain peanut butter treats (thank you Deschutes Brewery in Bend, OR for the best recipe).

Maeve & Bobby the Goats: Straight up spent brew grains.

Dexter the Cat: Beer.

Progress in the Brew Barn.

Yesterday was our first day of brewing in the barn. We still have a way to go: building faucet coolers, waiting on the brite tanks and the recycled pallet bar, and so much more to do before we open. But damn this still feels good. Cheers!

So close now…

After getting an East Hampton town Regulation Zone Change, a town Special Permit, the federal Alcohol Tobacco Trade Bureau license and the State of CT distributor license, we take the final step: the LIQUOR PERMIT (Manufacturer Beer Permit).

Please contact us with any questions or concerns – we have always been open to discussing absolutely any issue since we started this process last May. Thank you!

Many Thanks.

Thank you all so much for the terrific feedback and wonderful company. If you missed this tasting, we will be pouring at two fundraiser events coming up this spring prior to our opening. We’ll keep you posted.


Mexican Brown Ale: Black Panther.

…debuts tomorrow.

Plus a Belgian IPA that we love but are putting out there in five different forms. We can’t wait for the critique to begin! Of course we will have glasses of the tried and true recipes to sip on as well.
Black Panther

Jalapeno Jack on fire: Tequila Sheila.

…debuts tomorrow. Not for the faint of heart.
Tequila Sheila


Bottling the Mothra: 9% Belgian Quad with Bourbon Soaked Oak Chips.

MothraWe’ll see next weekend if Mothra belongs in Belgian bombers… also we are out of space as we go through this awkward barn conversion phase… no worries, mates!

Positive Waves Pale Ale: Ready for the tribe to decide at our next and last home tap room tasting.

Positive WavesWe’ll see what the tasting folks have to say about this. We are looking forward to getting feedback on several new brews and variations next month. Stay tuned. Cheers!

Flagship Number Two: Quadzilla Belgian Quad.

10+% ABV but the complex malt backbone hides it extremely well. A Belgian Quad with heaps of tasty fruity esters, compliments of the Belgian Trappist yeast.  This has been a founders club favorite since last Spring!  We use homemade candi sugar in all of our belgian beers.Quadzilla[1]