About this Business
From Our Editors
"We do not carry Bud, Coors, or Miller."
So reads a line on the website of Croxley's Ale House, but it might as well be a mission statement: for more than 20 years—long before the crazes of drinking microbrews or having fun took off—thirsty patrons have headed to Croxley's for flavorful tastes of Long Island craft beers. Such dedication to serving local libations earned Chris Werle & Jeffry Piciullo the Pioneer Award at the 2013 Golden Tap Awards Gala, a testament to their "forward thinking" and dedicated spirit.
At all six locations throughout Long Island and New York, Croxley's Ale House serves local and high-end beer on tap paired with hearty feasts of hamburgers, pulled-pork sandwiches, and fish and chips. At Croxley's original location in Franklin Square—offering 60 craft beers on tap—visitors can gather for games around one of 30 HD TVs or belly up to the bar for ten-cent and twenty-cent wing nights throughout the week.