Bourbon Street Drinkery

This bar features 36 beers as well as some frozen drinks and cocktails on tap.

217 Bourbon St, New Orleans, LA 70130

There is a large liquor selection. There is a 16 seat bar and 7 small tables downstairs as well as a back patio. Upstairs also has a deck (where glasses are not allowed). A small kitchen menu is provided— wings, fries, boudin balls, and salads. 

Live music is featured with multiple performances daily. A couple of televisions downstairs, more upstairs. There are 8 more taps (Mostly macro) and a liquor bar upstairs. 


  • Monday 11AM–4AM
  • Tuesday 11AM–3AM
  • Wednesday 11AM–3AM
  • Thursday 11AM–3AM
  • Friday 11AM–3AM
  • Saturday 11AM–4AM
  • Sunday 11AM–4AM

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24 taps and a large 10 seat bar. There is one television and an open view of brewing operations. Shirts, glasses and hats available. An impressive selection; no flights are available but they do sell 5 oz pours if you want to try several.

Mad Mole Brewing

A dozen taps brewed on site, a 15 seat bar and several tables indoors and out.

6309 Boathouse Rd Unit C, Wilmington, NC 28403

Pints, crowlers and growlers available as well as flights of 4 5oz pours. There is an open view of brewing facility. The beer menu hangs from signs directly from the tanks. They mix some of their beers too, particularly the Raspberry Berliner Weiss which was quite nice.

The name of the brewery is a combination of the two founders names for “mole” and “mad” because they are both scientists.  There are photographs of scientists around the facility including Einstein, Hawking and Tesla. 


  • Monday 4–9PM
  • Tuesday 4–9PM
  • Wednesday 4–9PM
  • Thursday 12–10PM
  • Friday 12–10PM
  • Saturday 12–10PM
  • Sunday 12–8PM

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