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It was only a few years ago that all of NOLA Brewing’s beer was “small batch.” However, the local brewery’s growth has been nothing short of mercurial and their familiar cans are now ubiquitous. So, harkening back to the roots, NOLA Brewing announced the launch of the Lagniappe Series, limited edition, adventurous beers. 

 

“We are always coming up with great new beers that were only available in our Tap Room, but we knew we wanted to give craft beer fans a taste of our special small batches outside of our own building,” says Kirk Coco, CEO of NOLA Brewing. “The Lagniappe Series allows us to sell those really interesting beers outside the Tap Room and in New Orleans bars and restaurants.”

 

The Lagniappe Series will debut on October 27th with Wandering Eye-PA. NOLA Brewing officially describes the offering as a “Session IPA brewed with five highly sought after hops: Galaxy, Citra, Belma, Zythos and Centennial. This Session IPA has the most hops NOLA Brewing has ever put into a beer and will appeal to the growing number of New Orleans hop-heads. This all-things-hoppy beer has a 4.5% ABV.”

 

Wandering Eye-PA will be available on tap only in South Louisiana. And, “limited”means that when it’s gone, it’s gone.




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