Lafayette Beer Guide: Your Lafayette guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Lafayette

80 /100 206 RAYBURN ST, LAFAYETTE, LA 70506, USA
“Original review March 2017- Closed September 2018 - Great people operating a fantastic little brewery/taproom hidden from, but near Cajun Field. Very welcoming for some out of the country visitors. i would say that the beer is higher quality than many of their competitors. Cannot recommend highly enough.“
1980olympics 1730 days ago
90 /100 2800 JOHNSTON ST.
“Recently visited twice in the past month and hauled away about 100 new to me beers, so their selection has gotten a lot better. Very helpful service and answered all my questions with knowledgeable answers. They’ve also added brewing supplies as well as wine and cheese making.“
Cajun 1870 days ago
76 /100 3809 AMBASSADOR CAFFERY PARKWAY - SUITE 134 C
“Stopped by during a recent trip to Louisiana. Kind of out of the way if you are traveling down I-10, but this place has a nice selection of beer. Had a selection comparable to some of the better beer stores in the state. The only issue I saw was that there were some very old IPAs on the shelves, including some Stone Best By beers from October 2013 (I visited in March 2014). If you stick to beers that aren’t hurt by a bit of age I don’t think you can go wrong.“
Mora2000 2807 days ago
72 /100 2800 JOHNSTON ST.
“Single bottles (all in cold) selection was very limited. I was looking for Louisiana beers not European ones and it was tricky to get even 6 pack full. Well, there was lots of Abita beers but those are quite well available everywhere... Otherwise rather nice selection. Nice service. What made this a bit funny was the visit to Albertson’s across the street. There was better selection of local singles in cold...“
rosenbergh 3003 days ago
100 /100
E’s Kitchen (Beer Store)
1921 KALISTE SALOOM RD
“E's Kitchen is a kitchenware store that also sell beer, wine and spirits. They specialize in making cooking fun with a unique blend and great service. You have to go in to see. They also have cooking classes and regular tastings.“
eskitchen 3026 days ago
100 /100 2800 JOHNSTON ST.
“These guys are great. They know there product and will help you find what you want, even if its moscato.“
eskitchen 3026 days ago
58 /100
Prejeans Restaurant (Restaurant)
3480 NE EVANGELINE TRWY
“A nice place to get some grub and have a few local brews. And i added it because its one of the only places were you can get a Parrish beer, which is a a new small brewery in Lafayette. They also have 5-6 Abitas on tap, including the seasonals, they also have a few LA31’s on tap. And the food is awesome and the staff is friendly and attentive. They also have a webcam so friends all over the world can see you enjoying some beignets and a beer at 8 in the morning..“
SudsMcDuff 3730 days ago
72 /100 2305 AMBASSADOR CAFFERY
“This place is very convenient, easy to find and close to everything in Lafayette. They can get anything Marcello’s and Phillipe’s can get and the staff is wiling to order specials, seasonals that shelf space limits. The selection is limited, afterall it is Louisiana, however, they have Duvel and Old Rasputin RIS so they are not exactly lacking. Wide variety of Louisiana brews as well.“
Cajun 4003 days ago
78 /100 2800 JOHNSTON ST.
“They have an adequate selection of all the major exports and a few rarities. The bonus for this place is that they sell homebrewing equipment, hops, etc. I’ve been there before when a local beer club was having a brewing demonstration by cooking wort in a heavily modified crawfish pot. I don’t know if they still do that. While Phillipe’s may have a bigger selection of rarer beers, Marcellos has a bigger selection overall.“
Chamrox 5045 days ago
86 /100 3809 AMBASSADOR CAFFERY PARKWAY - SUITE 134 C
“If Christoff is working, he is very knowledgeable about the beer selection. He is more than qualified to make recommendations for the novice.They have a great selection, and they take care with the display, even going so far as to show how the beer rates via a shelf label. Good stuff here, they have Rochfort, Westleven, Aventus, etc...“
Chamrox 5045 days ago
24 /100
The Bulldog (Restaurant)
109 GENERAL MOUTON AVENUE
“This place smells like fresh vomit. The bathrooms are dirtier than the dirtiest truck stop. They have like 6 or 7 beers on tap. Nothing special. Go at night for college age kids, go during the day for old drunks. The burgers are decent and the staff is friendly.“
Chamrox 5045 days ago
78 /100 2800 JOHNSTON ST.
“Great beer selection. Above average cooler selection. Best place in Lafayette for German, British and microbrewed beers.“
Poobah 5100 days ago
70 /100
The Bulldog (Restaurant)
109 GENERAL MOUTON AVENUE
“Pretty cool place I enjoy going, has a very good selection of beers“
Chillaxin 5103 days ago
74 /100 2800 JOHNSTON ST.
“An above average selection, especially in the beer desert that is Louisiana. I stopped by as I was passing through town and loaded up for the long winter season. The staff was friendly and attentive. The only letdown is that there were no pumpkin micro’s for sale, which was my main reason for the trip. I still found a reason to pick up many a sixer, and will be enjoying them through the semi-chilly Louisiana winter.“
pumpkindrunken 5156 days ago
86 /100 3809 AMBASSADOR CAFFERY PARKWAY - SUITE 134 C
“Excellent beer selection, mainly because of the number of obscure Belgian beers available. In fact they have the best Belgian selection in Lafayette. Beer tastings on the first Friday of every month from 5-7pm. Knowledgeable staff.“
Poobah 5450 days ago
86 /100
The Bulldog (Restaurant)
109 GENERAL MOUTON AVENUE
“The crowd of locals and trash absolutely sucks, but it’s a great set-up and this is without a doubt the only place to go in town for a decent selection on tap.“
LAboozehound 5672 days ago
100 /100
The Bulldog (Restaurant)
109 GENERAL MOUTON AVENUE
“I have had a lot of fun in this place for a long time and you will too!“
zach2885 5783 days ago
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