Tuesday Brewsday Free Beer Tasting Chafunkta

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Chafunkta Brewing Company
Husband and wife team Josh and Jamie Erickson started Chafunkta as a side project to their 'real jobs.' Demand for their beer has seen them steadily grow the business into a fully fledged brewing company which they define as a nanobrewery because "by focusing on small batch brewing, we're able to put our love and attention into each and every batch, giving you the quality and consistency that we demand and expect from EVERY CBC brew. Louisiana owned, Louisiana brewed, Louisiana loved, YOUR Chafunkta Brewing Company is raising the bar, one brew at a time."

This Tuesday, they'll be stopping by with four of their small batch craft beers to sample. Here's the pour list:

A malt forward yet hop-centric Imperial IPA that avoids the extra bitterness found in many other IPAs with similar hop levels by using a 'Late Hopping' brewing technique, which allows for the flavor and aroma of the hops to shine without overpowering your palate with extreme bitterness

OLD 504
A Coffee & Vanilla Infused Robust Porter that uses real Coffee & Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla beans, both imported by 2 local companies in the "new" 504, Orleans Coffee Exchange & Ronald Reginald's Vanillas. Named after the original "old" Louisiana statewide area code, unlike many other Porters, Old 504 is a dark, yet light bodied Porter full of flavor that is enjoyable year round.

A light colored American Cream Ale with minimal hop flavor and a hint of lingering sweetness. It's crisp and refreshing like a lager, with the flavor and complexity of an ale. Named after Louisiana legend Huey P. Long, we proudly say, "Every Can A King!!"

An easy drinking true-to-style traditional Irish Red, this beer provides your palate not only with caramel malt & slight roast flavors, but also has little to no bitterness & and a clean dry finish. Named not only for its red color/hue, Bayou Blaze was also named in homage to Blaze Starr, an American Burlesque dancer in New Orleans, who happened to have a well known affair with Earl Long, Huey P. Long's (The Kingfish!) brother and then Louisiana Governor!
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