Hoptron Brewtique | Patchogue, New York
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Hoptron Brewtique
Currently with 3 ratings
Type: Bar

22 W Main St
Patchogue, New York United States 11772 [ print map ]
631 438 0296

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Hours: Tue - Thu 2:00 Ė 10:00 PM; Fri 12:00 PM Ė 11:00 PM; Sat 12:00 PM Ė 11:00 PM; Sun 12:00 PM Ė 8:00 PM

Mayor: notalush (1) | Taps: 16 | Bottles: 150+

Hoptron Brewtique

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Beer Available At Hoptron Brewtique (arranged by most recent)
Dirck the Norseman Apple Locust , Greenport Harbor #5 Belgian Dubbel Anniversary , Blind Bat Purgatory Porter
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3 reviews for Hoptron Brewtique
 Ambiance  73%
 Service  87%
 Selection  80%
 Food  40%
 Value  85%
 Overall  83%
 Rating  73%

  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 4/10   VALUE 9/10   OVERALL 18/20
Huevos  (8) Middle Island, New York | March 14, 2014
Very unique Growler Bar with good atmosphere & great craft beer selection.
notalush  (382) Denver, Colorado | June 11, 2013
Newish spot on the main strip in Patchogue village - seems very out of place on Long Island - craft beer specialty bar and bottle shop - minimalist, modern decor, mostly hardwood - despite the modern design, it is spacious and comfortable inside - the overall vibe and concept reminded me very much of some of the bars Iíve been to in Portland - although this is a bar and bottle shop, I would not recommend coming here to buy bottles, as they only sell singles and the prices are high (2.50-3.50 per bottle) - you can makes mixed six packs, but at those prices, itís pretty expensive (even with their 3 dollar discount, youíre looking at a 13-15 dollar sixer) - as a bar, however, this place is very nice - they focus primarily on local craft beer - you can buy pints or flights - prices for both are average for the area (which means expensive for me, but they canít be faulted for having prices average for the region) - their focus on local beer is much appreciated and quite needed in this area with such a young and fragile craft beer scene - the management is knowledgeable about beer and is pretty enthusiastic about the business - very willing to talk shop - quite accommodating and friendly - it was nice for this out of towner to come here and try a bunch of local beer in one place, but this is also good for the local scene, as locals can be easily introduced to a bunch of beer made in the metro area - Long Island needs this place - highly recommended if in the area.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 16/20
BrooHa  (6) New York | January 26, 2013
WHAT IS IT? Newest opening in town. I listed it as a "bar" but it also sells HOMEBREW SUPPLIES, albeit with a smaller scope than a full-blown, dedicated homebrew store. Itís also a BOTTLE SHOP. The prices seem on point and the selection is very good though I wouldnít expect to find any rarities or special releases from the bigger craft brewers. For example, I wouldnít expect Goose Island Cherry Rye or Coffee though I might expect Black Ops. I could be wrong. Still, the selection is decent and worth checking out. They offer some snacks like a cheese plate and grilled cheese paninni though I didnít try these yet. The space is large for what it is. They host homebrewing seminars and local brew club meetings. There are a few high table against one wall(which we prefer) and also some funky, low-slung cocktail tables and chairs nearer the entrance. There are also a couple of large, picnic-style tables that generate a biergarten / communal feel and a small stack of games and puzzles encourage interaction and lingering. The do have THE COOLEST GROWLER FILLING STATION. They lock your growler into a a back-lighted plastic tube. It looks like itís gonna be teleported somewhere. Smoke and mirrors, sure, as it fills it no more efficiently than a plastic tube, but itís cool and a nice quirky feature. Since Iím officially middle-aged, I can safely say that, though I like this place, itís got a younger vibe to it and would say 21 to high 30s might enjoy the place more. Still, glad to have it in the neighborhood and I hope it does well.

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