I haven't heard much hype about NOLA but that might be changing. The sour beers were on point, not only drinkable but creative flavor profiles. IPA's were solid. They missed on the darker side as everything was too watery. Come for a flight of sours and you'll leave happy.
Right along the river, just south of the French Quarter. Lots of beers on tap, all their own. Had a couple of then, and they were both very good. They have a local BBQ outfit running the food concession. A pretty decent selection, and the sausage I had was excellent. I’d definitely go back!
Brewery on the edge of residential neighborhood in Garden District, on the street that I had to ask how to pronounce. About 16 (?) taps, all their own. Upstairs and downstairs, inside and out. You can fit a lot of people here. Pretty crowded on a nice Sunday afternoon but we easily found a table on balcony overlooking the river (ish), and had a nearby TV to watch NCAA tourney games. Flights are available and reasonably priced, but get them downstairs where they have more taps. Carrying my flight up the stairs and back outside was worth it to get the Donut Coffee beer. Nice atmosphere, albeit a bit younger crowd--which can be a good thing. We walked from Magazine St which may not be recommended at night. Short Uber back to FQ, and apparently Urban South is nearby as well. We will return
Nice place. On our visit the barman was more interested in talking to the local talent than serving customers, which made us leave after a couple of brews. I think that the overall score for this place is way off the mark. Mid-to-high 70s would be more appropriate. Slightly isolated position, but as mentioned, easily reached by public transport.
The brewery is in a quiet open part of town so parking is decent. Lots of places inside to sit as they have upstairs and downstairs and taps on both levels. The food was excellent here as well. Pretty close to Urban South Brewery.