Please help support small biz on the North Shore of Long Island
Save the Savage: Help Noble Savage Brewing Company
In 2019, Frank Bilello opened Noble Savage Brewing Company in Glen Cove.
While Noble Savage found its first physical location in Glen Cove, it started as a backyard shed brewery in 2014 after Bilello quit his job at an environmental engineering firm. After gaining experience at Oyster Bay Brewing Company, Bilello conducted market research, wrote a business plan, found a location and undertook a renovation, all before opening.
“I knew Glen Cove was poised for a comeback,” Bilello said of his chosen location. “The City of Glen Cove is a nice mix of semi-urban and suburban, with plenty of woods and parks. I grew up in Sea Cliff and Glen Cove and lived here all my life. We have a safe, supportive and diverse community. Glen Cove is quiet, yet has life.”
From March through June, Bilello was forced to close Noble Savage’s doors due to the Coronavirus pandemic and serve through delivery and curbside pick-up only. The revenue incurred was not enough. Then, he offered outdoor seating only until Long Island reached Phase 4 of opening. Due to the loss of funds incurred during the closure, Noble Savage is in danger of having to close its doors.
The community can help Noble Savage stay open by: - Frequenting the brewery, at 27 Glen Street in Glen Cove, for drinks – also, order to-go brews at https://noblesavagebrews.square.site
- Purchasing crowlers, gift cards, and merchandise