We sent local photographer David Benthal to the brewery on Sunday for its annual Valentine’s Day party. We will feature some of the pics on the society page in our first issue of northforker magazine, so be sure to be on the lookout!
Attendees enjoyed beer, oysters and music. Greenport Oyster Company brought the shellfish and Robert Bruey provided the tunes.
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Evan Ackroyd, Sarah Rivas, and Salvatore Campo, all of Southold. (Credit: Katelyn Knapp)
Santa’s belly poking through a too-tight T-shirt and a festive Big Foot appeared on some of our favorite getups at the second annual ugly sweater party to benefit Maureen’s Haven homeless outreach program on Friday night.
The event was once again held at Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. in Peconic.
Guests enjoyed food, a four beer tasting flight and an ice cream bar. DJ Michael from East End Entertainment provided the music.
The artist Peter Treiber poses near a series of his collages involving vintage advertisements for men’s suits. The work is on display at Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. in Greenport. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
A pipe bowl rests atop a men’s suit in place of a head.
The two elements of this collage, a piece of art entitled “Side Effects of Pipe Smoke,” seamlessly blend the images, which were sourced from retro ads in popular magazines.
The collages and sculptures of artist Peter Treiber of Orient, who is exhibiting his first solo show “New Stories Simply Told” at Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. in Greenport, are surreal and satirical. The work also gives a new use and a new story to old materials.
“Everything is two elements put together,” Treiber, 28, said. “I try to find the corresponding piece.”(more…)
A beer is poured from a tap at Greenport Harbor Brewing Co.’s tasting room in Peconic. (Credit: Krysten Massa)
A pair of local business have begun to use an app that allows beer aficionados to more easily seek out the pints they desire.
TapHunter, which was created in 2012, gives businesses a way to manage their beers on tap and also allows customers to follow their favorite restaurants for specials. Users of the app are also given directions to nearby bars and descriptions of the styles currently on tap.
Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. was the first local establishment to utilize the app and Legends in New Suffolk began using it this month. (more…)