A Watering Hole for Locals and Shoobies Alike
I actually lived in Lewes, Delaware for a minute several years ago. I loved it. It was a wintertime stint; a quiet spell in a community that bursts at the seams with sun- and fun-seeking folk. Many shops and restaurants close during the winter months when tourists only trickle in, a funny time for locals. It is a time when beaches and trails return to being secret spots and locals get first crack at some of the best the area has to offer almost completely undisturbed. I took advantage of just that with a recent visit on a cold and blustery January day. My first time at the Crooked Hammock Brewery provided the beachiest vibe that any summer afternoon could offer .