Eastern Front Microbrewery is hoping to move into a white storage facility on Westphalia Road. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
Mattituck could be the latest North Fork hamlet to become home to a brewery.
Eastern Front Microbrewery owner Douglas Pearsall said he and his girlfriend are looking to convert an existing 70 x 31 foot storage building they are leasing on Westphalia Road into a brewery and 312-square foot retail space.
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Brian Zimmerman inspects his barley crop on Twomey Avenue in Riverhead. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
Already being hailed as a “fanatic idea” for the local craft beer industry, plans are in the works to bring Long Island’s first malted barley production facility to Riverhead by the summer.
In the coming months, the Brian Zimmerman is hoping to find a location in Riverhead where he could establish the Island’s first malt house, which is considered a missing component to the region’s emerging craft breweries and their goals of using all locally grown products.
Zimmerman, the owner of Z’ Barrel House, said the company is looking to grow and process its own barley, rye and wheat for area breweries by July.
And he’s already planted the seeds.
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Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. chef Brian Russell, co-owner Rich Vandenburgh and brewer’s assistant Asa Davis prepare kegs of Flat Iron Ale, a colloboration between GHB and 212 Brewing. Co., for distribution. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
The rise of the craft beer industry in the past few years has been well documented by the national media.
In fact, The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Budweiser is shifting its marketing strategy to combat the proliferation of microbreweries — and even smaller nanobreweries — and enhance its appeal to a younger audience as loyal Bud fans age and a new generation of beer lovers gravitates toward specialty brews. (more…)
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