40 Arpent from Arabi, Louisiana, in the United States...

40 Arpent






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40 Arpent from Arabi, Louisiana, in the United States...
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40 Arpent
Address: 6809 N. Peters,
Arabi,
Louisiana,
United States
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40 Arpent from Arabi, Louisiana, in the United States.
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Several years ago, before Bell’s Brewery began distributing here to Louisiana, it was a rare treat when I was able to get my hands on their highly touted double IPA, Hopslam. Today, Hopslam is still a beer that receives a lot of hype when released, which is only once a year in January. How does Hopslam measure up these days? Well, that&rs ... Read more
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It’s a Trappist!
Here’s this (or is it last?) week’s On Tap column for The Advocate. It was originally published here. We’re now officially into Lenten season, when many people make sacrifices like giving up sweets, soda or beer. (Why would anyone give up beer? That’s like giving up oxygen. But I digress.) Instead of giving up this fine ... Read more
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Hazy IPAs from New Belgium & Sierra Nevada
Last week I wrote about the haze craze that isn’t going away any time soon in my bi-weekly beer column for The Advocate (read it here). I mentioned in passing that even classic West Coast-leaning Sierra Nevada had introduced a hazy NEIPA, called Hazy Little Thing. Just after the article was published, a new hazy IPA from New Belgium&rsquo ... Read more
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Clearly the haze craze is here to stay
Here’s this week’s On Tap column for The Advocate originally published here. A decade ago, just about the only cloudy looking beer you could find was a classic German hefeweizen. My how times have changed. Beers once thought of as flawed if they were the least bit cloudy are now purposely unfiltered, hazy and downright opaque. Why t ... Read more
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