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Cajun Cultural Experience in Brooklyn Once More
Bayou n' Brooklyn presents the 3rd annual Cajun Creole and Zydeco Festival bringing Louisiana's best music, dance, workshops and community jam sessions to Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY, USA.
By: Bayou n' Brooklyn
This year's festival is sponsored in part by Lafayette Convention & Visitors Commission; http://lafayettetravel.com, and Greater New York Arts Development fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council Inc. (BAC).
Bayou n’ Brooklyn announces it’s official brewery sponsor, Acadiana’s Bayou Teche Brewery of Arnaudville, Louisiana USA. Bayou Teche Brewing’s first beer, LA-31 Biere Pale was recently given glowing reviews by two of the world’s most respected beer experts in the April issue of ‘All About Beer’ magazine. For more info: http://bayoutechebrewing.com/
“Red beans and rice, jambalaya, sauce piquant, shrimp Creole, chicken and sausage gumbo, hot boudin, boiled crawfish, fried seafood platters, crawfish bisque and ettoufee and catfish court bouillon – in Louisiana we take our food seriously. No other regional cuisine in this country is more complex, varied, or elegant as ours. Or near as well seasoned. I realized that Louisiana craft beer is the perfect pairing for the Cajun and Creole cuisine of South Louisiana.” -Brewmaster, Karlos Knott
Today, in that converted old rail car near the banks of the Bayou Teche, innovative ales are being crafted true to the brewers’ original intent – beers that compliment the unique foods and lifestyles of South Louisiana.
This year we’re cooking up one pot famous Jambalaya meal for Saturday events, and preparing to complement with Bayou Teche’s biscuity malt center, herbal hop, mellow LA-31 Bière Pâle. a distinct new style of beer which is a mix of Belgian malts and American hops and yeast designed to enhance the unique cuisine.
For more information about Cajun music, culture, and history visit www.bayou-n-
With just a month until the festival, the Bayou n' Brooklyn team sought to spread the word of their Indiegogo campaign entitled "Brooklyn's Only Cajun-Creole-