CURRENT BEERS ON TAP
Rotating and limited release. Beers subject to change.
GOLDEN BOI - 6% ABV
A West Coast Golden ale brewed with Cascade hops. Easy-drinking and refreshing with a throwback to the classic West Coast hoppy bitterness. Our lightest beer on tap and great for a hot day!
ECTO 1 - 5.5% ABV
An American Cream ale brewed with Blue Raspberry Sour Punch Straw candy! Blue Raspberries aren’t real, but if they were, they would give this beer it’s bizarre color and an aroma of candied berries mixed with childhood nostalgia. At 5.5%, this beer is light, flavorful, and has a slightly citric bite from the tart candy similar to the AK41.
MELLIFERA - 6% ABV
A Kolsch-style Ale brewed with Raw Kentwood honey. This ale was fermented cool at lager temperatures and hopped with Hallertau Blanc resulting in a balanced, Pilsner-like honey beer. Full of honey and orange flavors. Mellifera means “honey bearing” in latin.
MEGAWEIZEN - 7% ABV
A double Hefeweizen German Wheat Ale! Hefeweizen beer is known for it's banana, clove, and light wheat flavors that help beat the heat in Bavarian beer gardens. Since our summers are more intense than in Bavaria, we decided to make our Hefeweizen to match.
CALATHEA - 7% ABV
A New England IPA brewed with Denali, Azacca, and Pink Boots Blend hops. Oatmeal and wheat give this beer a creamy smooth body while the hops bring tropical fruit, dank oranges, melon, and even a sweet whiff of vanilla to the party.
MOLLY MOO - 7.2% ABV
NEIPA brewed with Caliente, Amarillo, and Centennial Hops. Tangerine and orange with a smooth finish. This beer was brewed for the 3rd Annual BREW FOR MOLLY MOO EVENT in support of Molly Zwiener’s ongoing journey with Koolen-de Vries Syndrome! A portion of the beer sales will be donated to the Koolen de Vries Syndrome Foundation, The Bright School, as well as to Molly’s on going medical and therapy needs.
THE BOCK - 6% ABV
A German Bock lager. This classic style was first brewed in the 14th century by German brewers in the Hanseatic town of Einbeck and is known for it’s light, malty flavors and it’s caramel color. Brewed with caramel malts, dark malts, and fermented with a clean, light lager yeast.
BLUTHWEISS - 6.5% ABV
A German Weisenbock with cocoa nibs and coconut added. This wheat beer is packed with banana, caramel and coconut flavors. Inspired by the chocolate-dipped banana treat, enjoy this beer with your hermano or a couple of hot cops.
Made fresh each day using beer and juice. Beer slushee recipes are rotating and very limited.
Yes, we got them!
Is Miel family friendly?
Yes, all family members of any age are welcome!
Do you allow dogs?
Yes, all dogs are welcome to come visit on-leash. We also sell homemade dog treats using our spent grain!
Is there food?
Do you have anything other than beer?
In addition to fresh beer, we offer: juice boxes, coke/diet coke, Ancora Italian Sodas, Zapp’s Chips, and homemade dog treats.
What is the taproom like?
Our taproom is air conditioned or heated. We also have an outdoor beer garden. Please note that we do not accept cash, credit and debit only. All cards are accepted.
Do you have a TV?
Yes, we have two televisions inside our taproom.
Do you have WIFI?
Yes, we have the password written right on the menu board in our taproom.
What is parking like?
We do not have a parking lot. Because of this we ask that you be mindful of your neighbors’ driveways and really encourage ride-shares such as Lyft and Uber. Parking on Tchoupitoulas is free, just be mindful of the signs.
Do you offer tours of the brewhouse?
We do not have a set tour schedule at the moment. Let us know ahead of your visit so we plan to show you around. Just email: email@example.com
Can I host an event at Miel?
Yes, we love when people put our taproom to use! Please fill out the form in our Contact page.
Tours and Transportation:
Interested in transportation options to visit multiple breweries on Tchoupitoulas? We are now partnering with NOLA BREW BUS on their “Tchoup Hop Brew Tour.” Tours are held: Friday/Saturday at 6:30pm and Thursday/Sunday 5:00pm. Minimum of of 4 people needed to run a tour. For more information visit: