Chafunkta

Our Brews

Here at Chafunkta Brewing Company, we believe our brews should be a representation of us. So that's why when we opened back in March of 2013, we released both an Imperial IPA and a Robust Porter, which are two styles that we LOVE and best reflect Josh (the Hop Head) and Jamie (the coffee lover). Since then we've added 2 more beers to our flagship line, Kingfish Ale & Bayou Blaze! We are betting that you enjoy all 4 of these brews as much as we do, CHEERS!!

Voo Ka Ray IPA

Style: Imperial IPA - 7.5% ABV

Voo Ka Ray, or "Vieux Carré" ("French Quarter"), is a malt forward yet hop-centric Imperial IPA that avoids the extra bitterness found in many other IPAs with similar hop levels by using a 'Late Hopping' brewing technique, which allows for the flavor and aroma of the hops to shine without overpowering your palate with extreme bitterness.

Old 504

Style: Robust Porter - 6% ABV

Old 504 is a Coffee & Vanilla Infused Robust Porter that uses real Coffee & Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla beans, both imported by 2 local companies in the “new” 504, Orleans Coffee Exchange & Ronald Reginald’s Vanillas. Named after the original “old” Louisiana statewide area code, unlike many other Porters, Old 504 is a dark, yet light bodied Porter full of flavor that is enjoyable year round.

Kingfish Ale

Style: American Cream Ale - 5% ABV

Kingfish Ale is a light colored American Cream Ale with minimal hop flavor and a hint of lingering sweetness. It’s crisp and refreshing like a lager, with the flavor and complexity of an ale. Named after Louisiana legend Huey P. Long, we proudly say, “Every Can A King!!”

Bayou Blaze

Style: Irish Red - 5.5% ABV

An easy drinking true-to-style traditional Irish Red, this beer provides your palate not only with caramel malt & slight roast flavors, but also has little to no bitterness & and a clean dry finish. Named not only for its red color/hue, Bayou Blaze was also named in homage to Blaze Starr, an American Burlesque dancer in New Orleans, who happened to have a well known affair with Earl Long, Huey P. Long's (The Kingfish!) brother and then Louisiana Governor!