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Weekly Specials 8/21 - 8/27

Potato Chips w/Chive Oil & Blue Cheese 5.99

A mountain of freshly fried potato chips drizzled with chive oil and topped with crumbled blue cheese.

Hawaiian Pizza 9.99

A true Hawaiian pizza would have Spam. We use ham with our pineapple and put it all on a cheese and tomato sauce base.

Roasted Beet and Goat Cheese Salad 10.99

Breaded and toasted goat cheese, sliced beets, and red onion on a bed of mixed greens tossed in a citrus vinaigrette.

Fish and Chips 11.99

Halibut, dipped in a seasoned beer batter and fried to a golden brown, served with tartar sauce, fries and a side salad.

To Øl beers now at The Bayou!

The latest brewery to hit the Bayou's coolers is To Øl. To Øl is a gypsy brewing co, which means that they are a bunch of cheap ass deadbeats who don't even own their own brewing equipment ;-) That hasn't stopped them for landing a listing in the 2013 Top 50 breweries in the world on Ratebeer.com though. And our initial tasting of the three beers of theirs we now have has made us believers.

We have the following To Øl beers right now:
Sleep Over Coffee IIPA - http://bit.ly/16YlYGp
Mocchachino Messiah - http://bit.ly/14eDWBU
Ov-Ral Wild IIPA - http://bit.ly/19emHaK

Check out their really interesting history on their web site and try their beer in Utah exclusively at The Bayou.

http://to-ol.dk/home/?page_id=6

Every Friday is Firkin Great at The Bayou

Every Friday @3:00 pm The Bayou taps a new firkin from a different brewery.  Each firkin is unique and available for that night only.   We announce each new firkin on our facebook page www.facebook.com/utahbayou the day of tapping so keep an eye out there for the latest info.
 
 
Ok fine you say, but what the heck is a firkin?  A firkin is actually a size measurment for the most commonly used container for cask beer.  A firkin is basically a 9 gallon (or so) keg.  The main way a firkin differs from regular keg beer is how it is carbonated and served.  A cask beer served from a firkin is dispensed without the use of any external carbon dioxide.  The beer is usually simply gravity dispensed via a tap which is hammered into the cask (as seen in the picture).  The beer is naturally carbonated in the cask by the introduction of a small amount of fermentable sugar during the filling process. 
 
 
Most of the firkins we receive for our Firkin Fridays have had something unique added to them in the cask. Our first firkin was from Desert Edge where they added Cedar and Ash wood to their LDS stout which gave it a nice licorish flavor.  The second was from Hoppers where they added Hallertau hops to a beautiful Weiss Kolsh. This weeks is a blood orange wit from Epic brewing.  Who knows what is coming next.  This one off nature of our cask beers is what makes them so exciting.  If you miss one you won't see it again sadly.  
 

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