New Orleans/ Pensacola

Discussion in 'South' started by Scarysun, Jun 18, 2017.

  1. Scarysun

    Scarysun Initiate (166) Apr 13, 2015 Missouri
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    Going on vacation to New Orleans and Pensacola and curious if there are any juicy New England style ipas available.
     
  2. Nhens0016

    Nhens0016 Aspirant (290) Aug 23, 2013 Louisiana
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    Numerous forum posts already on this topic, would probably divert you to those since there's a good bit of spots.
     
  3. NolaHopHead

    NolaHopHead Poo-Bah (1,581) Mar 29, 2014 Louisiana
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    A sure bet in New Orleans will be Envie by Parish, delish NE style pale ale and readily available on tap and bottles. If you get lucky you may find these in tap:
    Parish DDH Envie
    Parish Opus Vert
    Gnarly Barley Jucifer
    Also check out Courtyard brewery and hopefully they'll have one of their juicy IPAs such as Preach on tap.
    A couple other solid IPAs are:
    Urban South Holy Roller
    Tin Roof Voodoo
    NOLA Syncopation
     
  4. will_eye_e

    will_eye_e Aspirant (232) Jul 29, 2013 Florida
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    No NE Style IPAs in Pensacola. If you have transportation and time, your best bet would be to drive out to Idyll Hounds in Santa Rosa Beach. They should have three NE IPAs on draft right now - Green Thizz, Slizard, and White Bronco.
     
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