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Abita Louisiana Spiced Ale

Abita® Louisiana Spiced Ale If there’s one season Louisianans look forward to all year, it’s crawfish boiling season.  It’s just the way we live this time of year.  The weather is mild, perfect for gathering outdoors to enjoy one of

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Bayou Teche Saison D’Ecrevisses

With the coming of warmer days South Louisianians herald the arrival of crawfish season. Mounds of the highly coveted crustaceans are poured onto tables along with piles of potatoes, corn, garlic and just about anything else a Cajun has the

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Six Pack of questions with Parish Brewing’s Andrew Godley

Six pack of questions for Andrew Godley of Parish Brewing: 1) I’ve heard your background is in engineering. How did you end up becoming a brewmaster? I was an LSU degreed Chemical Engineer and worked as one for 10 years

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Bayou Teche releases Miel Sauvage Honey Beer

Arnaudville’s Bayou Teche Brewing is releasing Miel Sauvage, a French-style ale crafted with honey sourced near their Arnaudville brewery. In France, farmhouse breweries have crafted a style of beer known as Biere de Miel for centuries – it is an

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$12 million Abita beer expansion could bring new products, more brewery tours

Abita, Louisiana’s largest brewery, is going through a growth spurt. The bottling and canning line which could fill 150 bottles per minute, now it can turn out 400 a minute. “It’s made to be driven,” said David Blossman, Abita’s president. “The

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Sweetwater Brewing to enter Louisiana market

SweetWater Brewing expands distribution to Louisiana SweetWater Brewing recently underwent an expansion and Louisiana will be one of three new states they bring their beer to, along with Kentucky and Virginia. This announcement is on the heels of the news that

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The Beer Buddha™: A New Orleans Beer Blog: The Beer Buddha’s 2012 Worst of Louisiana Beer List

  Here’s a little of The Beer Buddha venting. Go ahead Buddha … let it all out, bro! The Beer Buddha™: A New Orleans Beer Blog: The Beer Buddha’s 2012 Worst of Louisiana Beer List.  

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Beer of the Week – Abita Christmas Ale

Abita Christmas Ale It’s beginning to look a lot like … well, OK … not really. But alas, just because we live in this subtropical climate and barely get below 40 degrees doesn’t mean that we can’t get into the

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Beer of the Week – NOLA Brown

NOLA Brown Ale In the spirit of October and Octoberfest, we thought we’d stick with local brews and those whose characters evoke feelings of fall and cool, crisp Louisiana evenings. We live in Louisiana. We like dark beer. This English

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