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Scales & Ales Event Guide
The O-fish-al Guide to Scales & Their Ales
If you had Scales, what would be your Ale?
Scales & Ales, Presented by Louisiana Seafood, is an annual event to benefit the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. Scales & Ales will feature local restaurants, Abita beer, and raffle prizes. Limited tickets are available. Purchase your ticket today!
Abita Amber always gets a Catfish’s whiskers twitching.
Queen Angelfish--Abita Light
The sassy Queen Angelfish pairs perfectly with a bottle of Abita Light.
The golden ale Jockamo IPA makes any Lionfish roar.
Jellyfish go with the flow just like the Purple Haze drinker.
Seahorse--Restoration Pale Ale
Abita’s Pale Ale really gives a Seahorse the urge to giddy-up and go!
Abita’s Turbodog is a big beer taste for one of the ocean’s biggest fish, the Barracuda.
Enjoy two of LA’s best resources: Crawfish and our shore line with Abita’s charitable pilsner, Save Our Shore.
Both the Piranha and Abita Satsuma pack quite a bite!
Hammerhead shark--Fall fest
Hammerhead sharks wouldn’t dream of drinking anything but the powerful Abita Fall Fest.
White Alligators aren’t the only gator you’ll find in Louisiana. Don’t forget Andygator, an Abita of the swamp.
Seafood Fun Facts presented by Louisiana Seafood
- One year’s Shrimp catch would wrap around the Mercedes-Benz Louisiana Superdome 95,000 times
- The 2007 Acme Oyster Eating Champion, Patrick Bertoletti, ate 53.5 dozen oysters
- 90% of the nation’s crawfish come from Louisiana
Aquarium Fun Facts
- There are 130,000 gallons of water in the Caribbean tank.
- There are 400,000 gallons of water in the Gulf of Mexico Tank.
- There are more than 10,000 fish in the Aquarium’s collection
- Audubon makes their own salt water to use in the Aquarium. More than 32,000 pounds of Salt are used to create the Aquarium’s Salt Water Mix.
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