Video: Happy Zwanze Day 2013!

It’s Zwanze Day.  Learn more here about the brewery that is responsible.  Don’t have your bags packed for Belgium yet?  It’s cool, you can see it here.  (Video Courtesy of the Shelton Brothers.)

Updates From The Old Rail Brewing Company

Shortly after my blog review on The Old Rail Brewing Company was published, I received a very kind email from Matt Horney, the brewmaster at Old Rail.  He wanted to say thanks for the write up and give me a few updates on some of new beer that’s planned for release at Old Rail. “This […]

Will The Mechahopzilla Can Change?

So I ran across some news this morning in my email, the title was: Godzilla Creator Attacks Brewery Over ‘Mechahopzilla’ Beer Apparently, Toho Co. Ltd, the company that owns the rights to Godzilla, and his mechanized counterpart Mechagodzilla is not happy about NOLA Brewery’s use of Mechagodzilla’s similar likeness on cans, packaging, and advertising on […]

Old Rail Brewing Company

The Old Rail Brewing Company

I spend most of my weekends in either Baton Rouge, or New Orleans, but I don’t get to head over to Mandeville quite as often.  Fortunately, my fiancée and I headed over to Mandeville this weekend to have lunch with her father on his birthday.  I took this opportunity to suggest we head over to the […]

Video: Louisiana Craft Breweries

“Our craft beer in Louisiana is as unique as our culture. Learn more about Louisiana’s craft breweries: Abita Brewing, Covington Brewhouse, Tin Roof Beer, Chafunkta Brewing Company, Parish Brewing, NOLA Brewing and Bayou Teche Biere.”

NOLA Brewing Opens Taproom

So this was in the news today, very exciting news for New Orleans any craft beer loving visitors.  Congrats to NOLA brewing, awesome news indeed! New Orleans, LA (August 29, 2013) – NOLA Brewing Co. (New Orleans, LA) will be opening a taproom on September 10, 2013 at 4 p.m. to sell beer directly to […]

Sweetwater is Here!

SweetWater lands in Louisiana today, very exciting news for us indeed.  I’ve had many of these in bottles, but I can’t wait to try them on tap!   Read more at SweetWater’s homepage.