New Orleans slow brewed. Founded October 31, 1907, the historic Tulane Avenue landmark houses one of the twelve remaining regional breweries in America and is, in fact, the only privately held, family-owned regional brewery in the South. As the sole survivor of New Orleans' once flourishing beer industry, Dixie continues to ignore the speeded-up process used by most large American breweries today. Instead, the traditional slow-brewed, hands-on method is maintained in each step of our unique brewing process. Capturing the essence of our proud Southern traditions, the beers of Dixie are characteristic of the gracious charm and the joy of living so inherent in our New Orleans way of life. And more than a Brewery, the Dixie Brewing Company is a tradition, a visible landmark, and it is as much a part of Louisiana culture as Mardi Gras, Creole and Cajun cooking and New Orleans jazz. The century-old Dixie Brewery was almost destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, but restoration is underway. With the help of our friends, we're working hard to re-beer New Orleans and the rest of the country. Inspired by old-world brewing methods, this bewitching all-malt brew is a darkly rich, exotic lager, crafted with a touch of magical New Orleans spirit. Blackened Voodoo. By definition, a word which means to search deeply into the mysteries of the universe: in practice, it has come to have many different meanings, all mysteries, exotic, and beguiling. The brewers of Dixie, delving deeply into the mysteries of brewing and following the traditions of centuries-old European methods, have created the first all-malt beer in Dixie's history. Inspired by the great Old World beers, only the very best of five different malts were used to create the darkly rich and very malty flavor. Through extra aging time in our unique cypress tanks, we have imparted a touch of magical Louisiana spirit, and created the deep color and bewitching character of Blackened Voodoo Lager. We hope you enjoy this rich specialty handcrafted beer as much as we have enjoyed brewing it. Please let us know. Come visit Louisiana. Please visit us at dixiebeer.com.
Government Warning: (1) According to the Surgeon General, women should not drink alcoholic beverages during pregnancy because of the risk of birth defects. (2) Consumption of alcoholic, beverages impairs your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.