NOLA Brewing Company

NOLA Brewing takes great responsibility in upholding the brewing traditions of New Orleans, as well as matching the culinary talents of the city. Tourists flock to New Orleans from around the world to eat. Mardi Gras, festivals and sporting events are only excuses to travel to the greatest culinary destination on the planet, so brewing beer to match the cuisine is not a challenge taken lightly. NOLA crafts each brew with the purpose of matching audacious flavor with consistency and greatness.

NOLA began with its flagship Blonde Ale, balanced yet full-flavored, brewed with five malts and two hops. Before long, the company added several more beers to their mix. Hopitoulas is a west coast style IPA named after the famous New Orleans street on which the brewery lives: Tchopitoulas. Seventh Street Wheat, made with fresh lemon basil, gets its name from the Seventh Street Wharf right outside the brewery, and Irish Channel Stout is named for the Irish Channel neighborhood where the brewery resides.  NOLA also has a limited release IPA program called the Lagniappe series, in which they release a new IPA every month, as well as a sour line called the Funk Series featuring many different sours aged from six to 18 months.

NOLA Brewing also operates NOLA Pizza Co., a New York City-style pizza joint. Combining its years of fermentation experience with its team's love of New York City-style pizza, NOLA Pizza Co. uses the brewery to its fullest capabilities, from reverse osmosis for water that goes into the ingredients, to the fermentation process that creates incredibly tasty pizza crust.