Montauk Pearls and Old Howling Bastard
This Barley Wine has a robust, malty caramel flavor balanced with a generous amount of hops. With hints of pine, caramel, apricots, raisins, and dates, it has a complexity that pair perfectly with the clean, slightly sweet taste of Montauk Pearls.
Peconic Gold and New York Oyster Stout
This salty and brisk oyster with a smoky iron tang is complemented by the roasted chocolate notes of the Blue Point New York Oyster Stout. The medium-bodied stout has slight espresso notes, mineral hints from the oyster shells, and a slight salinity that is accentuated when paired with raw Peconic Golds.
Fisher’s Island and Blueberry Ale
Our Blueberry Ale may unleash a lively berry aroma but a lot of people are surprised to find it just drinks like a refreshingly well-balanced Golden Ale. And at only 4.5% ABV, you can have a couple without having a blueberry overload like most fruit-forward beers. The crisp seasonal ale is perfect for the crisp clean aftertaste of Fisher’s Island. Most oysters have a land component but Fisher’s Islands aren’t earthbound.