Brought out of retirement for our 2nd Anniversary, the beer that started it all...The Beer Formerly Known as "The Chuck". This easy drinking cream ale has a new name. A cream ale, made using warm fermentation, has a crisp clean flavor, light color, and the perfect balance between hop and malt. These flavors brought to you using Louisiana rice and sugar. Just try and cease and desist from having another one.
This Belgian Single uses noble hops to give you a delicate hop finish, and slightly sweet to toasty malt overtones. The yeast used, brings a slight spice to the palate. The name "single" denotes the strength of the brew.
A collaboration brew with our friends in the rock band Foreigner. This hop forward brew showcases a blend of American Hops. Big citrus and tropical fruit (mango, pineapple, orange) notes dominate with subtle peach, plum, and tea nuances. The fruits fade in the finish leaving a lingering bitterness on the tongue.
Craft-brewed using Louisiana Rice from our local mill, this easy-drinking lager is approved for backyard BBQ’s, crawfish boilin’,tailgating, fishing, and all things Louisiana. It could go by only one name.
Pistol Bridge Porter is brewed with black and caramelized malts, imparting notes of dark chocolate, toffee, and dried fruits. A generous portion of english hops provide balance and make this porter go down easy. We bet Jean Lafitte himself would put down his pistols to enjoy some of this dark ale.
New school meets old school in this American Pale Ale. A true APA, not an IPA. Which means this beer is lighter in body, sessionable, with prominent hops flavor, but you can still taste the grain in the finish. The aromas in this brew are unique. We used two in-demand exotic hybrids in the hop blend: Cashmere and Styrian Dragon (Slovenian origin). Notes of cinnamon covered fruit in the nose. Specifically sapodilla. The flavors range from the same cinnamon covered fruit with more emphasis on a spicy herbal complexity from the noble hop origins of the Styrian Dragon. The Cashmere seems to be providing the lion's share of the tropical range from citrus through to fleshier sub tropicals like mamey sapote.