EVO Craft Bakery is open daily (M-Sat) 7am-4pm ~ located behind EVO, EVO Craft Bakery is the fresh, baked goods complement to EVO Pizzeria
lunch specials 1/29
pimento & pickles $7
housemade pimento goat cheese, assorted pickled vegetables, crostini
sausage & sweet onion panini $11
housemade sausage, sweet onions, banana peppers, provolone, wilted arugula, EVO semolina, side of warm red sauce
banana peppers & calabrese $12/14
garlic pesto, spicy calabrese, banana peppers, red onion, fresh oregano, basil, fontina, mozzarella, parmigiano-reggiano
split creek farms goats milk peanut butter chocolate fudge
king of pops $4
sweet tater soufflé, blackberry ginger lemonade, coconut banana orange,
cranberry apple, coconut lemongrass, chocolate sea salt, strawberry lemonade, banana puddin’
Sierra Nevada “Ovila Abbey Trippel” (Chico, CA)
Toasty malt sweetness balanced by reserved floral hop notes and complemented by a traditional Belgian abbey yeast.
(8.8%) $6.50 (11oz)
Frothy Beard “Zingibier” (North Charleston, SC)
This lighter ale is spiked with fresh ginger to give it a nice, refreshing zing.
Foothills “Hoppy Medium” (Winston Salem, NC)
Combining the best of two great beer styles, Hoppy Medium is an aggressive American Brown Ale. A roasted malty backbone with a hint of sweetness is complimented by a citrusy hop finish. It’s an IPA. It’s a brown ale.
New Belgium “Portage Porter” (Fort Collins, CO)
Coffee and chocolate aromas, with hints of toast and smoked almonds. The taste follows suit, adding an upfront sweetness and a slight, roasty bitterness to back it up.
Coast “Pilsner” (North Charleston, SC)
This is the same base beer as the Coast “SayHeySon” just minus the peppercorns and Belgian yeast, substitute lager yeast.
Coast “La Smoked Porter” (North Charleston, SC)
This is a collaboration beer with John Lewis of “La Barbecue” in Austin, TX, which is home to the best brisket in the world. The malts were smoked in Texas at La Barbecue.