After a 3 year long break, Nola on Tap is returning to the city on March 18 from 2-7 p.m. at Lafreniere Park. This iconic beer festival has become one of the most highly anticipated mid-sized events throughout the state of Louisiana. The event has so much to offer those who stop by, with everything from live music to a brand new Doggie Drag Show. The Nola on Tap organizers, Yeah You Right Events, aims to have samples from every local and regional brewery available at the festival, where they will ultimately battle it out to receive the coveted Nola on Tap award for best brewer.
"From Gnarly Barley and Urban South to Nola Brewing Company and Bayou Teche, we now have some of the best breweries in the country right in our backyard," restaurateur and Cinco de Mayo Fest producer Oscar Chimal, who will be taking charge of this year's Nola on Tap event alongside Top Taco and Food Fight producer Shane Finkelstein.
The annual festival is held in support of the Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (LSPCA). The goal of this year's event is to raise a minimum of $100,000 to aid the LSPCA in the wonderful and necessary work that they do. Tickets go on sale starting Dec. 15, with Early Bird tickets starting at $10 and $35, and eventually ending up at $125 at the gate. So don't miss out on the chance to support the LSPCA and purchase your ticket for this can't miss day of beer, fun, and friends.
For more information about Nola on Tap, visit their website here.