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These are the new, Louisiana-born beers we can’t wait to try this football season
At long last, football is back. After an eight-month drought, the pigskins are once again flying, which means tailgate season is here, too. And since tailgates mean beer, a couple of local breweries have released beers to mark the occasion.
Baton Rouge’s Tin Roof Brewing and Hammond’s Gnarly Barley Brewing are two among a handful of Louisiana breweries that brew officially licensed collegiate beers for their respective hometown universities. Tin Roof has tweaked the recipe for its Bayou Bengal pale lager, which was recently released just in time for football season. This year’s version is lighter, more drinkable and slightly easier on the wallet.
Similarly, Gnarly Barley released this year’s Lion Up, a collaboration with Southeastern Louisiana University, in mid-August. This American wheat ale is refres
Source: The Ale Runner
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