Royal Brewery New Orleans

New Orleans East

WWII Air, Sea & Land Festival

Join us out in the East on October 12-14 for the WWII Air, Sea and Land Festival!


Come enjoy three days of amazing festivities set against the gorgeous backdrop of the New Orleans Lakefront Airport. Without your support, this event would not be possible. Mark your calendars: this year’s event will be October 12-14!

Alpha Rhythm in the Mercy Circus

Come out this Saturday to Royal Brewery and sip on some 🍻cold craft beer🍻 as we kick off our concert nights Oct. 6th with Alpha Rhythm in the Mercy Circus! These guys are ABSOLUTELY AMAZING! if you missed their interview on Angel Marie’s radio show you missed something special! They ROCKED the station OUT! But luckily you can watch here!


🍻NEW BEER RELEASE🍻 On Saturday, August 18 we will be releasing our newest beer. The Black Panther Moth India Ale is a Black India Ale or Cascadian Ale. A black malty ale with flavors of dark chocolate from toasted grains while retaining a crisp finish. 5.3 ABV / 27 IBU generously dry hopped with organic simcoe.

Father’s Day

Give your Dad the gift of craft beer for Father’s Day!

Purchase a gift card for the following:

  • Brewery Tour and Two Pints of Beer Each for Two People $78
  • Brewery Tour, Two Pints of Beer, Two Souvenir Pint Glasses and T-shirt Each for Two People $138 OR
  • Purchase a gift card in any amount

Reservation required. Tours are only available on Saturdays and Sundays at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Purchase your Father’s Day gift here

Book Talk & Signing with Bruce Snow, author of Memoir Memoir Can Everybody Swim? A Survival Story from Katrina’s Superdome

Writer Bruce Snow will be on hand at Royal Brewery to talk about his new book Can Everybody Swim? A Survival Story from Katrina’s Superdome.  The author will be on hand for a talk as well as a book signing.  The book is available for ordering at, in local stores, and on

Can Everybody Swim? takes you beyond the camera’s lens on a journey through the maelstrom. A shortage of cash combined with a fierce loyalty to protect the Gentilly neighborhood family home purchased by his Ecuadorian immigrant grandparents led the then twenty-five-year-old author and his family to remain in their City to weather the storm, including enduring six days in the infamous Superdome. Follow this family of four and a half as they survive the worst natural disaster of the 21st century.

ENONAC Litter-Free Campaign for the East New Orleans (ENO) community

The East New Orleans Neighborhood Advisory Commission (ENONAC) is initiating a Litter-Free Campaign for the East New Orleans (ENO) community.

It’s an on-going and sustainable effort of area businesses, residents and ENO elementary school children to create a greater awareness of the benefits of a litterfree and well-maintained environment.

This initiative is part of the New Orleans Tricentennial focus on neighborhood quality of life issues and capacity building of our youth.

The Litter Free campaign kicks off Saturday, June 9, 2018 from 9:00am -1:00pm at 5800 Read Blvd. (the old Lake Forest Plaza site), New Orleans, LA. 70127. There will be guest speakers from the city, state, and Orleans Parish School Board. Clean up begins promptly at 9:30am. Refreshments will be available.

ENO residents are encouraged to come and volunteer to help with the cleanup.

For more info: Call 504 218 5949 or email: or your Neighborhood Subdivision President.

Sylvia Scineaux-Richard, President


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