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Craft Beer Guide: Where Beer Is Brewed And Imbibed In The St. Louis Area

Breweries

Alpha Brewing Company
14091 Washington Ave., St. Louis.

Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
One Busch Place, St. Louis.

Augusta Brewing Company
5521 Water Street, Augusta.

Buffalo Brewing Company
3100 Olive Street, St. Louis.

Cathedral Square Brewery
3914 Lindell Boulevard, St. Louis.

Crown Valley Brewing Company
St. Genevieve, MO.

Exit #6 Brewery
5055 Highway North, St. Charles.

4 Hands Brewing Company
1220 8th Street, Saint Louis.

Granite City Food & Brewery
11411 Olive Blvd., Creve Coeur.

Griesedieck Brothers Brewery Co.
The Griesedieck family has been involved in the brewing industry for over 245 years, spanning two continents, surviving the Napoleonic Wars, two World Wars and Prohibition. At its peak, Griesedieck Brothers Brewery produced over 1 million barrels of beer and was the hometown brewery of St. Louis, preferred over all other local brands until the brewery’s sale to Falstaff in 1957. Revived in 2002 by the 8th generation of Griesedieck brewers, the new GB proudly continues St. Louis’ rich brewing heritage. www.gb-beer.com. 314-966-6061.
PO Box 31203, St. Louis. 63131.

Hill Brewing Company
11970 Borman Dr. Suite 250, St. Louis.

Kirkwood Station Brewing Company
105 East Jefferson, Kirkwood.

Morgan Street Brewery
721 North Second St., St. Louis.

O’Fallon Brewery
26 West Industrial Drive, O’Fallon.

Perennial Artisan Ales
8125 Michigan Ave, St. Louis.

Saint Louis Brewery / Schlafly Tap Room
www.schlafly.com.
2100 Locust Street, St. Louis, 63103.

Schlafly Bottleworks
Established in 1991, Schlafly Beer has always had a simple mission: to brew great beer and throw great parties. Today, Schlafly brews over 50 styles of beer each year, from its flagship Pale Ale, to seasonal favorites including Summer Lager and Pumpkin Ale. It has two brewery restaurants in St. Louis: the Schlafly Tap Room, built into a reclaimed turn of the century printing house, and Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood, which features a solar panel array, an organic vegetable garden, and regular farmers markets. For more information about Schlafly Beer and events, visit www.schlafly.com.
7260 Southwest Ave,
St. Louis, 63143.

Shock Top
Shock Top is a traditional Belgian-Style wheat ale. Available in six different varieties including Belgian Wheat, Raspberry Wheat, Wheat IPA, Lemon Shandy, Pumpkin Wheat, and Midnight Wheat. Shock Top is left unfiltered creating a natural cloudiness. Some of the ingredients that give Shock Top its unique flavor include coriander and other spices along with fresh orange, lemon, and lime peels. Shock Top has received awards in consecutive years at the North American Beer Festival. Enjoy the refreshing taste of Shock Top at many local restaurants and pubs. You can also purchase Shock Top at area grocery stores, convenience stores, and other retail locations.
Visit www.ShockTopBeer.com to learn more and to find out where to purchase Shock Top today.

Six Row Brewing Company
3690 Forest Park Ave., St. Louis.

Square One Brewery
1727 Park Avenue, St. Louis.

The Civil Life Brewing Company
3714 Holt Ave, St. Louis.

Trailhead Brewing Company
921 South Riverside Drive, St. Charles.

Urban Chestnut Brewing Company
is a craft brewery located in the city of St. Louis, MO. It is our ambition to be a consistent and meaningful contributor to the vibrant craft beer culture and general community of St. Louis. In January 2011, we began brewing our beers, which are available around the St. Louis area both on draught, and in bottles. Our taste room and large outdoor biergarten combine to create a unique destination; a casual place to hang out and experience a ‘litte bit of Bavaria’, offering a wide selection of beers accompanied by small plates of cheeses, meats, featuring authentic German servingware (glasses /steins), imported biergarten tables and of course traditional German biers.
Prost! David Wolfe. www.urbanchestnut.com
3229 Washington Ave, St. Louis.

William K Busch Brewing Company
9216 Clayton Rd Ste 119, St. Louis.

Brew Pubs/Restaurants

International Tap House
161 Long Rd. #107, Chesterfield;
1711 S. 9th Street, St. Louis.

Bridge Tap House And Wine Bar
1004 Locust, St. Louis.

The Royale Food & Spirits
3132 S. Kingshighway, St. Louis.

Iron Barley
5510 Virginia, St. Louis.

The Scottish Arms
6-10 South Sarah St., St. Louis.

Dressel’s
419 N Euclid Ave., St. Louis.

Llywelyn’s Pub
Llywelyn’s Pub is a true Celtic pub serving up Celtic /American fare & world-class spirits. If you’re looking for a place to watch the next big game, we offer HD TV’s, free Wi-Fi, and over 60+ domestic & craft beers to choose from. Or hop aboard Llywelyn’s trolley on your way to the stadium or dome! Plus, enjoy outdoor seating, happy hour specials Sun-Fri and banquet areas for your next party. Ready for a great time? Llywelyn’s features Live Music every Friday and Saturday night highlighting St.Louis’s favorite local bands. With 5 convienent locations, you’re sure to find a pub near you. It’s all at Llywelyn’s Pub. Celtic for good times.
www.llywelynspub.com.
4747 McPherson Avenue, St. Louis;
1732 9th Street, Soulard;
17 Moody Ave., Webster Groves;
7434 Village Ctr. Dr., Winghaven;
100 N. Main St., St. Charles.

Growlers Pub
3811 South Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis.

Blueberry Hill
6504 Delmar, St. Louis.

John D. McGurk’s
1200 Russell Boulevard, St. Louis.

Schlafly Tap Room
2100 Locust Street, St. Louis.

Schlafly Bottleworks
7260 Southwest Ave, St. Louis.

Stores

Friar Tuck Beverage
4635 Highway K, O’Fallon;
9053 Watson Road, St. Louis.

Lukas Liquors Superstore
15921 Manchester, Ellisville.

Whole Foods Market
1601 S. Brentwood Blvd., St. Louis;
1160 Town and Country Crossing Dr.

Randall’s Wine & Spirits
1910 S. Jefferson Ave., St. Louis.

Schnucks Stores
At Schnucks, we’re celebrating FeBREWary because we love beer! We’re showcasing our selection that includes everything from popular craft beers to microbrews. We’re proud to carry beers from some of the most respected brewers including an impressive variety brewed right here in St. Louis! Don’t forget to ask about ordering barrels or kegs for parties. Check in-store for craft beer tastings and seminars! www.schnucks.com

Trader Joe’s
48 Brentwood Promenade Court, Brentwood.

Home Brewing

St. Louis Wine and Beermaking
St. Louis Wine & Beermak-ing is this regions largest and premier supplier of knowledge, equipment and ingredients for Wine and Beermaking. They also provide for making Mead and Saki. Classes for teaching the art and science of brewing happen Monthly at the store which also has Testing/Lab equipment and chemicals. Everything for beginners and professionals alike is available at St. Louis Wine & Beermaking, your one stop shop at 231 Lamp & lantern Village in the NW corner of Hwy 141 and Clayton Rd. intersection. On line at http://www.wineandbeermaking.com
251 Lamp and Lantern Village, Chesterfield.

Worm’s Way
1225 North Warson Rd., St. Louis
Worm’s Way Missouri offers a great selection of Home Brewing and Wine-making supplies, including equipment kits, ingredient Kits, malt extract, fruit bases, bottles, yeast and hops. We are the purveyor of indoor organic gardening supplies, including high-intensity lighting, fluorescent lighting and nutrients for soil and hydroponics. We have been in business for more than twenty-five years and are happy to offer our expertise to our customers. They are open Mon-Fri. 10AM-7PM and Sat.,Sun. 10AM-6PM. 314-994-3900. www.wormsway.com.
1225 N. Warson, Saint Louis, MO 63132 

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