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The Beer Lover’s Guide to Long Island

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Goose Island is traveling across the country to share some brewery love during Migration Week. But a person can't live on beer alone: In addition to some awesome breweries, the Goose Island team found amazing spots for everything from craft beer to oysters during their stop on Long Island.

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Founders Room @ Paramount

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The dimly lit, Prohibition-style bar underneath the Paramount Theater in Huntington is a great escape into the past. There are several “secret” rooms, each with a theme and a story of its own.

Salt & Barrel

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A swanky new spot in Bay Shore features oysters from all over the world, flown in fresh each morning. We were able to try oysters from New Zealand, and they blew our mind.

Hoptron Brewtique

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Hoptron boasts an impressive bottle list, along with 16 draughts you can enjoy at the bar or take home in a growler. Located right in the heart of Patchogue, there is no reason to not stop by for a pint (or five).

Black Sheep Ale House

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Black Sheep Ale house is actually a charming old house but better, because it is filled with beer. Beer nerds, be forewarned: You may never leave. The bar has more than 80 bottles and 25 taps.

Sand City Brewing Company

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Sand City Brewing is located in the heart of Northport, just a short jaunt from the water. The casual tap room offers several different brews, including a blueberry sour ale we loved, plus growlers to go. Bring your pups; it’s a dog-friendly bar!

Tullulah's

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We ate lunch at Tullulah’s in Bay Shore, but wouldn’t mind eating any and every meal here for the rest of time. The minimalist décor is offset by thoughtful, seasonal dishes which pair well with the drink list.

Blue Point Brewing Company

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We couldn’t wait to stop by and see our good friends at Blue Point. Make sure to pay the brewery a visit — the taproom features exclusive, hard-to-find beers and, during our visit, an experimental blueberry tonic.
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Founders Room @ Paramount

The dimly lit, Prohibition-style bar underneath the Paramount Theater in Huntington is a great escape into the past. There are several “secret” rooms, each with a theme and a story of its own.

Salt & Barrel

A swanky new spot in Bay Shore features oysters from all over the world, flown in fresh each morning. We were able to try oysters from New Zealand, and they blew our mind.

Hoptron Brewtique

Hoptron boasts an impressive bottle list, along with 16 draughts you can enjoy at the bar or take home in a growler. Located right in the heart of Patchogue, there is no reason to not stop by for a pint (or five).

Black Sheep Ale House

Black Sheep Ale house is actually a charming old house but better, because it is filled with beer. Beer nerds, be forewarned: You may never leave. The bar has more than 80 bottles and 25 taps.

Sand City Brewing Company

Sand City Brewing is located in the heart of Northport, just a short jaunt from the water. The casual tap room offers several different brews, including a blueberry sour ale we loved, plus growlers to go. Bring your pups; it’s a dog-friendly bar!

Tullulah's

We ate lunch at Tullulah’s in Bay Shore, but wouldn’t mind eating any and every meal here for the rest of time. The minimalist décor is offset by thoughtful, seasonal dishes which pair well with the drink list.

Blue Point Brewing Company

We couldn’t wait to stop by and see our good friends at Blue Point. Make sure to pay the brewery a visit — the taproom features exclusive, hard-to-find beers and, during our visit, an experimental blueberry tonic.

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