Attendees enjoyed samples of different beer from various breweries such as Abita Brewing, Gnarly Barley, Great Raft, Lagunitas, Port Orleans, Shock Top and many more. The two levels of the event center allowed people to spread out and have a great time as they enjoyed the stylings of the 610 Stompers and an outdoor stage hosted Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes, The Roots of Music Marching Crusaders and DJ Brice Nice. Even though the weather was inclement, that didn’t keep the crowd away and everyone had a great time. This event will be happening again next year at NOLA Motorsports, so if you didn’t make it out this year, make plans to attend the Westbank Beer Fest next year- you won’t be disappointed.
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Marielle Songy was born and raised on the Westbank and currently resides in Gretna. She is a graduate of Archbishop Blenk High School and UNO. A true Louisiana girl, Marielle enjoys creole food, jazz music and the occasional swamp tour.