They’re taking it to the street.
The Village of Patchogue will be closing Railroad Avenue outside Burgerology on Oct. 23 for the Patchogue Fall Beer Fest.
Burgerology’s first two beer festivals were contained to the restaurant property.
So this one is gonna be big.
The party runs from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, when guests will get to sample from over 50 local and regional craft breweries, along with local distilleries slinging spirits, and canned cocktails.
Tickets are $55 online plus a $5.29 fee, or $70 at the door. Click here for tickets.
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“This year the village, by helping shut down Railroad Avenue, is allowing for the biggest Patchogue Beer Fest ever!” said Craig Foote, the area manager for Burgerology, which runs the event. “This is a celebration of our community and a chance for us to thank all our craft beer-loving guests. There will be food, games, raffles and giveaways along with DJ Danja keeping the party going all day long!”
This event is rain or shine. Attendees must be 21 or older, including designated drivers. The address is 11 Railroad Avenue in Patchogue.
Scroll down for more photos from this year’s spring festival at Burgerology.
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GreaterPatchogue file photos by Nicholas Esposito