Due to repeated requests for a more accurate current list of beer offerings at The Bayou I have toiled over the ones and zeros on the web and have accomplished it.
Our on-line beer list is now updated every time we receive an order and every night after we close out the restaurant. This means that the on-line list only shows beers that we actually have on hand in the restaurant (give or take a few slight counting/beer breaking accidents).
You can even use our free wifi in the bar to pull it up on your fancy phone and know immediately if the beer you love is in the house.
We are Utah's largest beer bar and have the largest selection of beers in the region. You simply will not find a better selection of beers available anywhere in Utah. We feature all the local Microbreweries on draft and have an extensive selection of beers in the bottle.
Contrary to popular American beliefs, not all lagers are light in color or character. What defines a lager is that they are fermented at cool temperatures (45-56 °F). This cooler fermentation results in a longer fermentation period. Lagers are often, but not always, stored or “lagered” at cool temperatures to further mature and refine the flavor. There are dark lagers, light lagers, bitter lagers, malty lagers and giant high alcohol lagers. Explore the world of lagers beyond Pilsners.
Created in Czech-Bohemia, refined to perfection in Germany and turned into off-flavored crappy water in America, Pilsners are the worlds best selling beers. The finest examples of Pilsner (Pilsener or Pils if you prefer) have a crisp hop bitterness combined with a delicate flowery hop aroma. The international style Pilsners have been brewed with a mass-market in mind and are much lighter and simpler in character.
Hefe means yeast and Weizen means wheat. These are generally wheat beers with a cloudiness from the yeast remaining in the bottle. American-Style Hefeweizen is crisp and clean with a nice grain character. German-Style has a distinctive clove and banana character from the yeast used to ferment them.