The East Hampton Star
Hoist a Growler or Take Home a Keg or Two
"There are a few basic rules if you want to go into business: Pick something that people want or need, with a strong track record (7,000 years is good), and with an immediate following willing to serve as your guinea pig/test pilots."
Montauk Brewing Company Opens Its Doors For the First Time This Summer
“It's about time Montauk had its own brewery... At least that's the thinking that led East Hampton High School alums and late 20-somethings Vaughan Cutillo, Joe Sullivan and Eric Moss to transform their passion for beer into a business. The Montauk Brewing Company, which opened its gallery and taproom on South Erie Avenue last month, has set up shop in a red barn, which sits across Lions Field and next to St. Peter's Catch restaurant."
Montauk Brewing Co.
A tasting room for homegrown beer-oes
“Montauk's long been the most laid-back of the Hamptons, but you should now prepare for it to be the most laid-all-the-way-down, unable-or-willing-to-move-due-to-delicious-beer-overload of the Hamptons, thanks to The Montauk Brewing Company.
Long Island Pulse Magazine
Introducing...Brewery: Montauk Brewing Company
“Introducing...Montauk Brewing Company, a Montauk-based brewery operated by Vaughan Cutillo, Eric Moss, and Joseph Sullivan. The trio, who attended East Hampton High School together, opened their tasting room, which also functions as a gallery for local artists, on June 30.!”
East Hampton Patch
Montauk Brewing Opens its Doors
“Niko Krommydas, beer blogger for Long Island Pulse magazine, recently took a trip to the end of Long Island to feature local brewers at Montauk Brewing Company.!”
The East Hampton Star
East End Eats: Eats and Beers
“Next on the menu was roasted Long Island duckling with Cumberland sauce, accompanied by a root vegetable gratin and served with Montauk Brewing Company's Driftwood Ale, "an American E.S.B. (Extra Special Bitter) with a harmonious existence between the malt and hop leading this brew to high quaffability." I concur. The duck was tender and delicious, and when is the last time you saw Cumberland sauce on a menu?!”
Heritage Radio Network
Beer Sessions Radio
“Beer Sessions has done it! 100 Episodes! On this milestone episode of Beer Sessions Radio (TM) host Jimmy Carbone welcomes a huge gang to the Roberta's studio. From the trio of Joe, Eric, and Vaughan of the new Montauk Brewing Co...”