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Summer Craft & Specialty Beer Guide

Where Beer Is Brewed & Enjoyed In The St. Louis Area

Breweries

2nd Shift Brewing
www.2ndshiftbrewing.com

4 Hands Brewing Co
www.4handsbrewery.com

AB InBev
www.ab-inbev.com

Alpha Brewing Company
www.alphabrewingcompany.com

Augusta Brewing Co
www.augustabrewing.com

Cathedral Square Brewery
www.cathedralsquarebrewery.com

Charleville Brewing Co.
www.charlevillevineyard.com

Crown Valley Brewing & Distilling Co
www.crownvalleybrewery.com

Edg-Clif Brewing Company
Edg-Clif Farms and Vineyard are proud to announce our new Craft Beer line made on site by Edg-Clif Brewing Company. Stop in this summer and taste the smooth rich flavors of beers made with premium ingredients by our dear friend and now Brewmaster, John Stevens! For over 20 years, John has worked with some of the midwest’s most popular craft breweries to perfect his recipes. One of John’s favorites is Edg-Clif Cream Ale, a blonde ale with a delicate, smooth flavor, no bite. This beer is perfect paired with summer salads of fresh greens, berries and creamy cheeses.

Excel Bottling Company
www.excelbottling.com

Exit 6 Brewery
www.exit6brewery.com

Ferguson Brewing Company
www.fergusonbrewing.com

Griesedieck Brothers Brewery Company
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. PO Box 31203, St. Louis. 63131. www.gb-beer.com. 314-966-6061.

Heavy Riff Brewing
www.heavyriffbrewing.com

Kirkwood Station
www.kirkwoodstationbrewing.com

Morgan Street Brewery
www.morganstreetbrewery.com

O’Fallon Brewery
www.ofallonbrewery.com

Perennial Artisan Ales
www.perennialbeer.com

Saint Louis BrewerySchlafly Tap Room
2100 Locust Street, St. Louis, 63103.
www.schlafly.com

Saint Louis Brewery: Schlafly Bottleworks
7260 Southwest Ave, St. Louis, 63143.
www.schlafly.com
The Saint Louis Brewery, makers of Schlafly Beer, are well known for classic styles such as Schlafly Pale Ale, Dry-Hopped Pale Ale, and the award-winning, world renowned Schlafly Kolsch. This summer, enjoy some of their most popular seasonal beers including Summer Lager and Raspberry Hefeweizen. Summer Lager is light, crisp and easy-drinking – perfect for mowing lawns, enjoying a patio, or reclining pool-side. Raspberry Hefeweizen is made with real raspberries which results in a refreshingly tart summer beer, without added sugar or artificial dyes. In addition to making over 50 unique styles of beer, Schlafly has long been a supporter of the local St. Louis community including participation in numerous events and organizations, as well as including local ingredients in beers and restaurant menus. Connect with Schlafly this summer by enjoying the Schlafly Farmer’s Market, Wednesdays from 4 PM to 7 PM at Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood.

Six Row Brewing Company
www.sixrowbrewco.com

Square One Brewery and Distillery
www.squareonebrewery.com

The Civil Life Brewing Company
www.thecivillife.com

Trailhead Brewing Co
www.trailheadbrewing.com

Urban Chestnut Brewing Company
UCBC is known for both our modern, American craft beers and reverential, European beer styles. Our Grove Brewery & Bierhall (4465 Manchester) and Midtown Brewery & Biergarten (3229 Washington) locations are open 7 days a week. Sustainability wise, UCBC works to reduce our carbon footprint by recycling all qualifying materials, composting all biodegradable waste, and donating all of our spent grain to local farmers. Our brewing equipment allows us to reuse water that is normally lost in the brewing process to chill hot wort and to heat up brewing water, which also conserves energy. Finally, both UCBC locations feature solar power arrays, large windows to provide natural lighting, and LED lighting to reduce our energy needs. We are proud to say all of these efforts allowed our Grove Brewery & Bierhall to be awarded Missouri’s first and only LEED Certified Brewery! Urbanchestnut.com.

William K Busch Brewing Company
www.kraftig.com

Brew Pubs/Restaurants

Evangeline’s Bistro & Music House
Evangeline’s Bistro & Music House comes from the mind of a musician. Don Bailey, who got his start in the food business while running a concert venue named Three-1-Three in Belleville, Illinois, brings his latest venture to the Central West End. The menu includes Southern-style dishes alongside live blues, jazz and singer-songwriters. Eats include appetizers like the “Crawfish Carolyn” made with Louisiana crawfish tails, Brandy cream sauce and Parmesan cheese. For a more filling meal, supplement that with entree options including gumbo, red beans and rice, chicken and sausage jambalaya, Louisiana shrimp creole and etouffee. A drink menu features wine by the glass or bottle, several beer options, classic cocktails and Champagne cocktails to drink the night away the New Orleans way. 314-367-3644. 52 North Euclid, Evangelinesstl.com.

Llywelyn’s Pub 
Multiple Locations
At Llywelyn’s Pub, we believe that the backbone to any true pub experience is not just the atmosphere and food, but the beers on tap and spirits on shelf. We pride ourselves in only selecting the beers and whiskeys we would drink, and never would sell something to you that we find inferior. We believe a guest educated in beer and whiskey, can not only help other guests to further explorer their own tastes, but produce great tales and topics of conversations at the pub. There is no judging at Llywelyn’s Pub, we cater to all types of imbibers. We will gladly help and maybe even guide you to your next drinking experience. We offer at least 26 beers on tap, depending on which one of our six locations you are visiting and another 40 varieties in bottle. With our extensive Celtic/American menu, you will be sure to pair the perfect sip with the right choice! Not sure of a certain style? Ask for a sample! We only want you to drink what YOU like. Slainte! For more information, you can check us out online at 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.

Schlafly Tap Room
2100 Locust Street, St. Louis
The Schlafly Tap Room first opened its doors in 1991 and proudly holds the distinction of being the first new brewpub in Missouri since Prohibition. Housed in a beautifully restored turn-of-the-century brick and timber building, The Schlafly Tap Room provides a casual setting to drink and dine downtown. Pair European pub fare with your choice of more than 16 Schlafly draft beer styles. From the day we opened, we have been putting as much care and thought into our food as we have into our beer. Our chef Andy White brings his expertise to the food and beer pairings. Some current staff favorites: Fish and Fries with Pilsner, Fried Bologna and Ham Toastie with Kolsch, Schnitzel with Hefeweizen and Mussels and Fries with Pale Ale….need we say more? The Schlafly Tap Room serves lunch and dinner seven days a week. www.schlafly.com/tap-room. 314-241-BEER.

Schlafly Bottleworks
7260 Southwest Ave. (at Manchester)
Maplewood, MO 63143
314-241-BEER x2
Schlafly Bottleworks has been described as the home of ‘all things local’ and one of the best places in St. Louis to arrive hungry and thirsty. It is fun, friendly, warm and inviting and has become a gathering place for the local community and their families. As St. Louis’s first new production brewery to open since the end of Prohibition, the free tours are not to be missed. We use the freshest and most local produce we can find to celebrate the midwestern table. Best of all, we’re offering provisions from as many local farmers and businesses as possible. Schlafly Bottleworks serves lunch and dinner seven days a week and brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.

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