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A Guide To The Best Brooklyn Brewery Mash Events in Nola

The event takes over New Orleans March 23-29, check out what's in store.

Brooklyn Brewery is coming to New Orleans for beer, food, and general merriment
Brooklyn Brewery is coming to New Orleans for beer, food, and general merriment
Brooklyn Brewery/Reaux Photo

Brooklyn Brewery hopes that New Orleans is ready to Mash. Since this is New Orleans, the response is, "duh." The week of March 23 is crammed full of beer, food, and fun, and there's something for everyone.

Mash Tap Attacks (3/23, 3/24, 3/26)

The Mash Tap Attacks are tap takeovers at the Bulldog UptownThe Avenue Pub, and  d.b.a. The one at Bulldog on Monday, March 23 features two vintages of Brooklyn's Monster Ale barleywine, and the brewers will be busting out some very rare beers for d.b.a event on Tuesday, March 24. On Thursday, March 26, the Avenue Pub will be showcasing Brooklyn beers that get better with age. All the tap takeovers start at 7:00 PM.

[Photo: Brooklyn Brewery/Reaux Photo]

Dinner Lab Slow Food Dinner (3/24)

On Tuesday, March 24, at a surprise location, Brooklyn is partnering with Dinner Lab to present a multi-course, Slow Supper beer dinner prepared by Brooklyn Brewery chef Andrew Gerson, with courses like Pig Skin Pasta with melted leeks & oyster mushrooms, goat cheese mornay, pickled padron, paired with Brooklyn's Wild Streak ale. Featuring local guest artists and live music. Check the Mash website for tickets, menu, and more details.

[Photo: Brooklyn Brewery/Reaux Photo]

State of Craft Beer (3/25)

On Wednesday, March 25, 2015, NOLA Brewing is hosting a State of Craft Beer panel discussion with Brooklyn Brewery, Abita, and NOLA Brewing, (introduced by yours truly, Nora McGunnigle) moderated by Brooklyn Brewery co-founder Steve Hindy with panelists Dylan Lintern (New Orleans Lager and Ale Brewing Company), David Blossman (Abita Brewing Company),Andrew Godley (Parish Brewing and president of the Louisiana Craft Brewers Guild) and John Holl (All About Beer). It starts at 6:00 PM, and tickets are $6.

[Photo: Brooklyn Brewery/Reaux Photo]

Pints & Pies (3/25)

If you're downtown, check out Pints & Pies at Pizza Delicious with Brooklyn Brewery house chef Andrew Gerson and the team at Pizza Delicious as they knead, twirl and top their way to some of New Orleans' best pizza, accompanied by plenty of Brooklyn Brewery beers. Starting at 5:00 PM.

[Photo: Facebook]

Found Footage Festival (3/26)

On Thursday, March 26, one of the most popular events of the Mash tour, the Found Footage Festival, will be at One Eyed Jack's showcasing found video clips from across the country. Curators Joe Pickett (The Onion) and Nick Prueher (Letterman) present their latest and greatest VHS finds, providing live commentary and where-are-they-now updates on the people in these videotaped obscurities. Starts at 8:00 PM, and tickets are $10.

[Photo: Brooklyn Brewery/Reaux Photo]

Chris Gethard Live (3/27)

For comedy and theater nerds, writer, comedian, and actor, Chris Gethard brings together a motley crew of local artists for this highly acclaimed variety show on Friday, March 27 at The New Movement in the Marigny. Doors at 8:00 PM, and tickets are $15.

[Photo: Facebook]

Animation Block Party (3/29)

On Sunday afternoon, March 29, check out the Animation Block Party at One Eyed Jack's at 2:00 PM, tickets: $5. Casey Safron hosts a screening of the world's best independent, professional, and student animation featuring a special guests and audience Q&A with New Orleans animators the world's best independent, professional and student animation.

[Photo: Brooklyn Brewery/Reaux Photo]

Brooklyn Beefsteak (3/29)

Later that night at Republic NOLA will be the gluttonous beef and beer banquet known as Brooklyn Beefsteak. This is a brand new event, so stay tuned for more info on it. Chef Andrew Gerson will be Master of Ceremonies and and Susquehanna Tool & Die Company will be playing. Starts at 5:00 PM, tickets are between $45 - $55.

[Photo: Brooklyn Brewery]

The Bulldog, Uptown

3236 Magazine Street, , LA 70115 (504) 891-1516 Visit Website

NOLA Brewing

3001 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans, LA 70115 (504) 613-7727 Visit Website

One Eyed Jacks

615 Toulouse St, New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 569-8361 Visit Website

d.b.a.

618 Frenchmen St, New Orleans, LA 70116 Visit Website

Republic

12300 Inwood Road, , TX 75244 (972) 385-6004 Visit Website

Avenue Pub

1732 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 586-9243 Visit Website

Pizza Delicious

617 Piety Street, New Orleans, LA 70117 504 676 8482 Visit Website

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