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Per Louisiana Law, our tap room will be going to outdoor seating only starting Decmeber 1. No one is allowed at the bar, inside or standing unless going to the restroom. We ask that once you are seated, please remain seated unless going to the restroom. Mask are also required unless seated! We appreciate your understanding during this time. Our hours will remain the same and you can find them below.  Hours: - Monday: 12P - 3P - Tuesday: Closed - Wednesday: 12P - 3P - Thursday- Sunday: 12P - 6P
Starting October 9, our tap room is back open! Per Louisiana Law, we will be doing table side serving ONLY - no one is allowed at the bar or standing. We ask that once you are seated, please remain seated unless going to the restroom. Mask are also required unless seated! We appreciate your understanding during this time. Our hours will remain the same and you can find them below. We can’t wait to see your smiling faces! Hours: - Monday: 12P - 3P - Tuesday: Closed - Wednesday: 12P - 3P - Thursday- Sunday: 12P - 6P
ABITA SPRINGS, LA – Louisiana’s original and largest craft brewery, Abita Brewing Company, is adding a new brew to its annual lineup. Jockamo Juicy IPA, a Double Dry Hopped India Pale Ale that has an intense hop flavor and aroma, will be available beginning this week at retail locations. “Our take on the IPA started over 12 years ago in 2008 when we originally released Jockamo, the first IPA crafted in Louisiana, to celebrate our rich and unique culture through the beer’s bold flavor” said David Blossman, President and CEO of Abita Brewing Company. “This new juicy style of Jockamo is an even bolder IPA, with intense hop flavors and aromas. Featuring brighter, more tropical tones, this beer pours a vivacious gold color with a distinguishing haze.” “Jockamo Juicy IPA is the result of our brewing team testing new experimental hops and piloting numerous combinations and variations,” says Mark Wilson, Brewmaster of Abita Brewing Co. “We used this as an opportunity to highlight a blend of these experimental hops, in addition to Citra and Apollo hops, to give Jockamo its tropical-forward flavor and aroma.” Jockamo Juicy IPA will be available in 6-packs of 12-oz cans and draft in grocery stores,...
While seasonal beer shelves are ruled by pumpkin and marzen efforts this time of year, the Louisiana-based brewery offers something different, that includes some local flavor. Click here to read more!
Americans love beer. In 2018, we quaffed about 6.3 billion gallons of it in all, which works out to an average of roughly 26.2 gallons per adult of drinking age (not that adults of drinking age are the only ones consuming it, of course). The overwhelming majority of what we consume is mass-produced, most of it made by brands owned by one of two companies – Anheuser-Busch InBev or MillerCoors. More than 29 million barrels of the country’s single best-selling beer, Anheuser-Busch’s Bud Light, were shipped in 2018. In addition to Bud Light, these are the biggest beer brands in America. Click here to read more!
ANNOUNCEMENT! We are open for to-go. New temporary hours are as follows: Monday – 12P – 3P Tuesday – Closed Wednesday – 12P – 3P Thursday – Sunday 12P – 6P Brewery tours will not be allowed just yet and we will make an announcement once those are available.
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 spotlight  is culinary extraordinaire, Chef Tory McPhail of Commanders Palace. Originally from Washington State, Chef Tory moved to New Orleans at just 19 and worked his way around the Commander’s Palace kitchen until 2002 when he became the Executive Chef. Currently he & his team are partnered with The Krewe of Red Beans to bring food to front line workers in hospitals & EMS.  He says, “We keep touching base with all of our employees and we're excited to get cooking again just as soon as we can.” Wondering how you can support Chef Tory? Take a minute & visit his website at https://bit.ly/2VtQSYs. If you jump over to his Instagram, you can check out what he has recently been working on. While you...
Frank’s Fantastic Easy-To-Bake Beer Bread Ingredients: - 3 cups self-rising flour - 3 tablespoons granulated sugar - 1 (12 oz) bottle of Abita Amber at room temp - 1 tablespoon of butter, melted Directions: - Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Lightly oil & flour a 9 X 5 X 3-inch loaf pan. - Combine the flour, sugar & beer in a large mixing bowl and mix well. Put the dough in the prepared load pan. Brush top of dough with melted butter. Cover with plastic wrap & let stand for 5 minutes. - Remove plastic wrap. Bake in 375-degree oven until brown & crusty, 40 to 45 minutes. Serve hot. Extra Tip: After the bread has cooled completely, wrap in plastic wrap and store in a cool place. Try roasting slices of bread & serve with your favorite jams or use to make your favorite sandwich! Click here to shop our Cooking Louisiana True cookbook to find more recipes! https://bit.ly/3btexOd  
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 musician we want to spotlight is one of our own, Michael Leggett. Mike is apart of the #AbitaBrewery family and is a Louisiana proud singer/songwriter that goes by Michael Merlot. He loves to bring soul to the world one song at a time. Mike plays the best in pop, folk, and R&B. Wondering how you can support Mike Merlot? Take a minute and visit his Facebook. You can check out what he has been working on and can even watch some live videos. While you are there give him a follow and let his work encourage you. Check out Mike Merlot’s Facebook page here: https://bit.ly/2J5ZT2S
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 Molly McGuire aka Magwire. Originally from Ontario, Molly (Magwire Circus Banners) is a multi-talented visual artist currently based in New Orleans. She found herself drawn here after spending almost 20 years on the road with a rock band. Her paintings center around the theme of “Circus Banners of the Mind.” In 2014 Molly created the complete line of circus banners for the television show “American Horror Story Freak Show.” Her work has also been shown around the country & internationally. She is currently the 2020 French Quarter Fest artist, as seen below. Be sure to check out her work for the festival in October! Wondering how you can support Molly? Take a minute & visit her website at https://bit.ly/2VrkeW5....
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