Brewology 295 expertly pairs small-batch craft beer with fresh foods and delicious dishes. The restaurant, which boasts locations in Port Jefferson and Speonk, promises to give diners an interesting twist on traditional bar bites at Long Island Pulse Magazine’s Island Tasting to benefit Island Harvest on Nov. 17. If Brewology 295 brings any of these five dishes to Coindre Hall, we’re in for a delicious night.
A perfectly toasted flaxseed bun and a juicy dry aged beef patty make this dish a must-taste. The handcrafted burger is complete with crispy duck bacon, truffle Gouda cheese, lettuce, tomato and onion. This modern twist on a traditional burger is paired with hand cut fries and is finger-licking good.
Brewology’s take on the traditional Reuben sandwich will have you ordering seconds. Thinly sliced, hand-carved corned beef is topped with beer-kraut, melted Swiss and the chef’s specialty Russian dressing. Sandwiched between marble rye bread, this dish pairs perfectly with their seasonal selection of craft beers.
This local Atlantic salmon is specially roasted on a porter soaked cedar plank for a flavor that will send your taste buds into overdrive. Drizzled with a bourbon mustard glaze, the fresh filet is paired with garlic white asparagus and spiced sweet potato fries.
Apple Harvest Salad
This healthier option offers diners a fresh and flavorful taste of fall. The dish is dressed with a bed of local seasonal greens and red cabbage mixed with fresh apples, walnuts and feta cheese. To top it all off, the veggie combo is drizzled with homemade apple cider vinaigrette.
Bourbon Glazed Ribs
There’s nothing better than a good rack of ribs. Sink your teeth into these beer-braised pork ribs for a new twist on this comfort-food staple. They’re broiled with bourbon barbecue sauce and served with green apple slaw and a fresh and flavorful cranberry corn bread muffin.