A light crisp and traditionally hoppy beer with a soft palate and floral bouquet. Light both in color and taste, it is the "classic" old world beer that will be most familiar to the individual who prefers domestic beers.
A malty, aromatic and hoppy mixture. Copper colored, this beer is medium bodied and full of flavor. Vienna style.
A full-bodied dark mahogany beer, with a rich malty texture. Sparsley hopped, in the traditional munich style.
Golden unfiltered "wheat" beer. Smooth quality with hints of banana and clove and a spicy finish.
A filtered ale with assertive bitterness and aroma of American Hops. Resinous and piney with a hint of citrus notes, the body of the beer is balanced for aggressive hopping.
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Snacks & Starters
Brewhouse Hot Wings 6
blue cheese dip, celery
white remoulade, pickle relish
Baked Oysters Three Ways
crab & saffron, spinach, andouille gratin
pork, rice, crawfish, pickle relish
Smoked Fish Dip
smoked gulf fish, crostini
3 ways- bacon, shrimp, fried onion
shrimp, crab, sausage, okra, rice
Fresh Shucked Oysters
Louisiana oysters shucked to order with cocktail sauce, lemon
house mix, tomato, cucumber, carrot, onion, radish, croutons
Add grilled shrimp
Add grilled chicken
Pan Roasted Shrimp
jumbo head on shrimp, garlic, potatoes, smoked tomato aioli
The Crescent City Brewhouse is located in a legendary French Quarter building on historical property at 527 Decatur Street. The property was included in the earliest known city plan signed in 1722 -- records indicate a two-story, 14 room house was built on this site in the mid 1700's.
The great fire of 1794 devastated much of the French Quarter and burned this house to the ground. After being rebuilt, it was the home of many New Orleans families of distinction until 1916, when it was used for fur processing.In 1991, the Crescent City Brewhouse opened on the site, bringing New Orleans and Louisiana its first brewpub. This represented a revival of the brewing industry that once flourished in the immediate area, and the first brewery to open in more than 72 years.