We came here on 9.8.2019. This beer bar is located in the garden district. We visited after a Saint’s game in the Super Dome (1.2 miles walking). 2 bars on 2 floors with different beer selection. We enjoyed sitting on the outside terrace. Interesting draft beer selection: not many IPA’s and more Gose and Sours. Huge list of bottled beers, must be in the range of 200-300, a lot of from Belgium and a lot of Farmhouse/Brett Ales. Many are not chilled and you have to give them some notice. Unbelievable this bar is open for 24 hours 7 days a week. Ben would appreciate the opening hours very much !
I don't remember going here when I lived in NOLA from 1998-2000 and was excited to check this place out, but I was underwhelmed. The bartender noticed by my questions that I wasn't a local, and she showed it. Very nice selection, but beers were pricey, especially by NOLA standards. We didn't eat here, so I can't comment on the food. Do yourself a favor and go to The Courtyard instead.
24 hr bar, which is super rare and very welcome for craft-focused beer bars. In a sea of European-style bars opened 4 hours a week, here you have a great selection at any hour. The feel of the place is familiar; dark wood and brick with a divey crowd.
Impressive selection of drafts. The day I visited they had Holy Mountain and Hill Farmstead, as well as a few German rubber-clad gravity kegs with seriously nuts lagers.
Bottle selection leaves something to be desired.
Visited twice while in New Orleans. Dimly lit and a bit run down interior with a second more clean looking bar on the top floor with access to the nice balcony. Very fine tap selection and an extensive bottle list. We mostly stuck to taps for many locals were represented. Half pours available. Friendly personnel, up for a chat or some advice. Some of the visitors can get quite loud. Food is decent but a bit mediocre bar food. Overall a wonderful bar, we enjoyed our time there.
Truly one of the best bars in America. Great vibe, its got a feel that you could hang out there all day. The prices are amazing, best I've seen anywhere and they allow for 4,10, and 16 oz pours. Draft selection balanced between locals and harder to find good beers. The bottle was absurd for stouts, so make sure you check it out.
Lower rating than most. Dive bar which is ok but outside of being old tho didn't really have much charm. There before upstairs open so can't comment. Service ok. Didn't eat there but wouldn't based on my view of kitchen. Bottle list extensive but tap list not long and was ok. Not that impressed
Had a great experience here last night. Solid tap list with great variety and lots of local offerings. Great bottles as well at decent prices. Most of the staff was very friendly and talked to us more or less non stop. Had some great confit chicken too. Tried the bourbon bar upstairs too. The only negative thing I can say is that the cook was sneezing repeatedly directly into his hands. And I woke up with a cold the next day. Coincidence? I think not.
Nondescript dive-ish looking bar on St Charles that you could easily drive past if you didn’t know exactly where you were going. Easily accessible from streetcar or a long but doable walk from FQ. Inside, like previous rater said, "worn-in" yet comfortable enough. Utilitarian for sure. Also a patio and an upstairs area I believe. Mid-day (well, late morning) Tuesday and the place was empty. Bartender says sometimes it is packed at 4 AM which blows my mind. But the beer here is the draw for sure. Many taps (50?) with locals, nationals and Belgians all well represented, but not in the normal way. They may have Stone on tap, but instead of Arrogant Bastard, might be something a bit more obscure like 2012 Saison du Buff or something. Cellar list was like 7 pages, and was very hard to narrow down, and first choice actually no longer existed, but bartender made a fabulous recommendation. Just a ton of stuff you aren’t going to find anywhere in NOLA, much less the rest of the country. The place is an interesting experience. Bartender knew her stuff. Selection will bring you back again and again