For the third year, on March 23-29, Brooklyn Brewery is bringing its Mash tour to New Orleans for food, beer, art, music, and fun. It's a week long festival, which will stop in six other U.S. cities, as well as London and Stockholm. Collaborating with local NOLA chefs, entrepreneurs, artisans, craftsmen, artists, comedians, and musicians, Brooklyn Brewery aims to create unique entertainment experiences for the local community to enjoy.
For example, food events include a Dinner Lab Slow Supper collaboration with Brooklyn Brewery in-house chef Andrew Gerson and Pints & Pies at Pizza Delicious. Comedy and artsy stuff include a variety show, an multimedia video extravaganza, and an animation event.
For craft beer nerds, NOLA Brewing is hosting a State of Craft Beer discussion panel which will rely heavily on audience participation. There'll be music at Tips, too... and everything will be accompanied by delicious Brooklyn Brewery beer.
Straight up beer events will be tap takeovers called Mash Tap Attacks and will be at Bulldog Uptown, The Avenue Pub, and
There's a ton of stuff happening, so start getting your game plan together by hitting the NOLA Mash site to read about the events and get tickets. Eater NOLA will be bringing more in depth coverage in the weeks to come, including interviews and event overviews.