Cajun Cafe on the Bayou is well-known for world-class beer festivals. Festivals at the Cajun Cafe boast short lines for a pour and great company and conversation in addition to outstanding food on the day of the event and beyond. In 2015, Cajun Cafe began a new festival during the fleeting winter weeks of the new year: a cider and mead festival. In typical Cajun Cafe style, owner Paul Unwin has been busy stocking up for festival day and he has racked up an attendance list as well.
Cajun Cafe on the Bayou of Pinellas Park is known for some incredible beer and food. The Pinellas is renowned for its beer and food, preferring the friendly confines of an airy patio over a few pints paired with great food. The respected restaurant is also known for putting on some of the best beer festivals that Florida has to offer. Well, in 2015, Cajun Cafe is trying something new: a Cider and Mead Festival.
Pinellas Park’s Cajun Cafe on the Bayou has built an upstanding reputation for the care and quality of their food and beer. Cajun Cafe built two annual beer festivals from small gatherings to some of the top beer events in Florida. Now, Paul Unwin, the owner of Cajun Cafe, has announced a new festival coming to the Pinellas Park patio on the water: a cider and mead festival.
It seems like every beer festival that Cajun Cafe on the Bayou in Pinellas Park throws gets bigger and better. In this spirit of constant bar-raising comes the 2014 Cajun Cafe Sour Festival. How can one raise the bar on a sour beer festival? Check the highlight reel:
Cajun Cafe on the Bayou owner Paul Unwin tries to put numerous amazing beers on tap and in bottles for Cajun Cafe’s beer festivals, but for the 2014 Spring Beer Festival, it looks like he is trying to outdo even himself.
Beer and crawfish may seem like an unlikely combination, but Seminole’s Rapp Brewing Company will be pouring six of their creations at the 17th Annual Cajun Cafe on the Bayou Crawfish Festival.
Ratebeer.com, one of the top beer rating websites on the Internet, releases annual statistics regarding which breweries rate highest amongst their members. This set of rankings and statistics, the “Ratebeer Best” list, is stacked with names of brewers both up-and-coming and perennial favorites.