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World’s Smallest Beer Fest draws beer-lovers, crawfish fans alike

Royal Brewery, based in New Orleans East, was one of ten local and regional breweries at the World’s Smallest Beer Fest at 504 Craft Beer Reserves.

504 Craft Beer Reserves celebrated their second year serving craft beer along Tulane Avenue with a teeny tiny beer fest – complete with crawfish.

The World’s Smallest Beer Fest kicked off Sunday afternoon with ten local and regional breweries, crawfish and cornhole. The party also served as a re-launch of 504 Craft Beer. The beer haven originally opened without the ability to serve alcohol on site, but can now fully function as a tap room with tastings and a bar.

“It’s what we’ve always wanted to be,” said owner Patrick Brown.

Plenty of partiers at the World’s Smallest Beer Fest braved some strong winds on Sunday, March 18.
Mid-City’s own Wayward Owl Brewing Company had plenty of goodies for beer lovers at the World’s Smallest Beer Fest.
It’s not a festival without a crawfish boil, as evidenced at the World’s Smallest Beer Fest at 504 Craft Beer Reserve.
Ten breweries offered up samples Sunday afternoon, including the Finch Beer Co.
504 Craft Beer Reserve offers a huge selection of craft beers under one roof, including 14 tap handles with ever-changing selections. 504 Craft is located at 3939 Tulane Ave.

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