It’s been a long road for Barrage Brewing the past couple years, but finally there is light at the end of the tunnel and beer in the fermenters. After months of construction, roadblocks from Suffolk County and a successful Kickstarter campaign, Barrage has now begun production in their Farmingdale, New York facility.
Owner Steve Pominski says they hope to open the doors this month and are well on their way to making sure the brewery is fully stocked. Craft beer bars and distributors are already eagerly waiting for kegs to be filled, so look for Barrage beer on tap across Long Island very soon. Additionally, Barrage Brewing will have tasting room hours and offer on site growler fills and merchandise.
An official grand opening announcement will be made on Barrage’s website (and ours), though we are sure all of the Long Island craft beer scene will be talking about it on Facebook and Twitter so it’ll be tough to miss. In the meantime, check out a list of all the beers Barrage brews to get ready and figure out which you want to try first. The brewery will likely open with about five varieties on tap with rotating specials and seasonals making appearances.