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For over 30 years we’ve been proud to call Louisiana home & have always understood our responsibility to be a good member of our community. Over the next several months, we plan to keep Culture on Tap by spotlighting & sharing some of our favorite Louisiana artists & local businesses that have the same passion for their work as we do. We hope this helps bring awareness & support to their business when they need it most. The next artist we want to feature is Ameal Cameron. Ameal says he loves creating music because it brings people together & that it always puts a smile on their faces. Ameal is a proud Louisiana Native. He said “Growing up in Louisiana has made me strong and resilient. I love the culture and the music that comes from here.” Wondering how you can support Ameal? Take a minute & visit his Facebook page at https://bit.ly/3b67cDW. If you jump over to his Instagram, you can check out what he has recently been working on. While you are there give him a follow and let his work encourage you. You can find Ameal’s Instagram here: https://bit.ly/2USkVZo
Abita Launches Spiked Sparkling Water Spring Loaded New Line Pays Homage to Its Namesake Abita Springs, La.(April 6, 2020) — Today, Louisiana’s original craft brewery, Abita Brewing Company (Abita), is springing into the spiked sparkling water category with their new product line, Spring Loaded.   “It seems only natural for us to develop a spiked sparkling water since Abita Springs is well-known for our water source,” said David Blossman, President and CEO of Abita. “Our water is a cherished natural resource, drawn straight from the Southern Hills Aquifer. These springs are over two thousand years old and provide water that is pristine and naturally perfect for brewing, which is why we decided to call the brand Spring Loaded.”  “Spring Loaded is crafted with all-natural ingredients and artesian spring water. The base beer is brewed with Louisiana sugar that ferments into alcohol, leaving only 2 grams of sugar. The result is a crisp, refreshing spiked water with natural fruit flavors,” said Abita Brewmaster Mark Wilson. “This formulation has been in the works for a while and we are excited to finally be able to share it with our fans.” Abita Spring Loaded will launch this week with two initial flavors: Splash Berry...
For over 30 years we’ve been proud to call Louisiana home & have always understood our responsibility to be a good member of our community. Over the next several months, we plan to keep Culture on Tap by spotlighting & sharing some of our favorite Louisiana artists & local businesses that have the same passion for their work as we do. We hope this helps bring awareness & support to their business when they need it most. Our next featured artist is no stranger to the Abita social channels. Ian Vandenberg of Southern Capworks is a Louisiana Native who creates bottle cap artwork. He loves combining three of his favorite things together - art, beer & Louisiana, to creat unique & recycled bottle cap mosaics. Wondering how you can support Southern Capworks? Take a minute & visit his Facebook page at https://bit.ly/2JrtxQw. If you jump over to his Instagram you can check out what he has recently been working on. While you are there give them a follow and let his work encourage you. Click here to check out Southern Capworks Instagram here: https://bit.ly/2Utborx
Brunch with Abita! Ingredients Needed: Favorite Abita Beer  Favorite Bloody Mary Mix Hot Sauce  Celery Salt Worcestershire Sauce Lemon Lime Mixing Glass Instructions: Fill glass with ice Pour equal portions of Bloody Mary mixture and beer into glass. Add a dash of celery salt with a splash of hot sauce & Worcestershire sauce. Squeeze in a lemon & lime slice. Mix up the drink! Garnish with your favorite trimmings such as celery, pickled green beans, pickled okra, olives, or dill pickle. Ta Da! Your very own Bloody Abita, ideal for you next at-home brunch!
For over 30 years we’ve been proud to call Louisiana home & have always understood our responsibility to be a good member of our community. Over the next several months, we plan to keep Culture on Tap by spotlighting & sharing some of our favorite Louisiana artists & local businesses that have the same passion for their work as we do. We hope this helps bring awareness & support to their business when they need it most. The next local group we want to feature is Tank and the Bangas. This grammy nominated band is based out of New Orleans and met at an open mic night in the 2011. Almost instantly, this group knew that they had something that stirred crowds that wanted original music from them. They can go as hard as a rock band, but effortlessly transition into a funky groove or softer passages that evoke smooth R&B. If you've been lucky enough to see them live, you know what we're talking about. Be sure to look for them this October at French Quarter Festival 2020! Wondering how you can support Tank and the Bangas? Take a minute & visit their website at https://bit.ly/2R1xr6u. If you jump over to their Instagram, you can check out what they have recently...
For over 30 years we’ve been proud to call Louisiana home & have always understood our responsibility to be a good member of our community. Over the next several months, we plan to keep Culture on Tap by spotlighting & sharing some of our favorite Louisiana artists & local businesses that have the same passion for their work as we do. We hope this helps bring awareness & support to their business when they need it most. Our next local business we want to spotlight is La Louisiane Bakery. La Louisiane is a locally owned bakery in New Orleans. They pride themselves on quality, freshness & creativity. From King Cakes to pastry items for weddings, La Louisiane treat their customers like family and work very closely with them to make sure every occasion is memorable. Wondering how you can support La Louisiane Bakery? Take a minute & visit their website at https://bit.ly/2Jg7AUe. If you jump over to their Instagram you can check out what they have recently been working on. While you are there give them a follow and let their work encourage you. Click here to check out La Louisiane Bakery: https://bit.ly/3aopRe5 
We’ve all been there: The video conference is about to start, and you find yourself searching for a decent corner of the house.. One that preferably doesn’t expose your piles of laundry or dirty dishes. Don't worry, Abita Brewery has got ya covered. See below for a few photos from the brewery to spice up your background for all those at home video chats!
We have partnered up with Bikes & Beers to bring you the virtual cycling event that you can do anywhere, anytime, and support over 80 local craft breweries! So what is a virtual ride? — A virtual ride can be completed on your own, or with friends. It can be done out in the fresh air or on your indoor trainer, etc. Starting on April 1st, track your mileage day to day for one month. On May 1st, riders will submit their total mileage to Bikes & Beers and we will award prizes for age/gender groups based on their total mileage. Click here to sign up and to check out more info! We value how important exercise is in a time like this to continue your fitness goals, stay heathy, and just clear your mind for a few hours. Remember to ride in small groups (less than 6) and maintain a 6-foot distance from one another for safe social distancing practices.
Materials Needed: Abita Can  2 bolts  2 Nuts  1 Washer  1 Eye bolt  Picture wire or fishing line  36” board about 2” wide  Tools Needed:  Can Opener Drill Screw Diver Instructions: Drink your favorite canned Abita Beer.   Remove top of beer can with a can opener---careful with sharp edges!  Drill one hole in the bottom of the beer can and two holes in the back of the beer can. Drill holes at one end of your board and attach can with two bolts.  Thread string through bottom of can. Attach washer at the bottom of the string & can and then an eye bolt at the top. Drill a hole at the top of the board and insert eyebolt. Use a screwdriver to tighten the string by sticking it through the eye bolt and turning it. Voila—your very own canjo! See below for step by step images!        
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