Most people want their world to be in a proper balance between work and personal life. You don’t want to work too much, but you also don’t want to work so little that you can provide for your family or support your lifestyle. It’s all about balance.
St. Louis craft beer stalwart Saint Louis Brewery, maker of Schlafly Beer, is entering the nonalcoholic beer segment, inking a joint venture with Wellbeing Brewing Co., a local producer of alcohol-free craft beers.
KMOV 4, Great Day had an interview with Anna Beck with @urban.apron to talk about local restaurants and business’ plans for Mother’s Day. Schlafly Beer and NOMIS Chocolates have a Mother’s Day collaboration of beer-infused bon bons.
A beer garden is coming to Tower Grove Park this year – on the weekends, at least. Schlafly Beer is partnering with STL Barkeep to open the Tower Grove Park Beer and Cocktail Garden, a pop-up that will be open Fridays and Saturdays from April 1 through Oct. 29.
Built in 1902, the building that houses the Schlafly Tap Room originally was home to printing businesses – first Lambert Deacon Hull Printing Co. and later the John S. Swift Co. Exploring its basement (now used for brewing) and all of the space’s little side rooms, hallways and dark, dusty corners, one has the feeling that the 32,000-square-foot building is full of secrets known only by owner Tom Schlafly and founding brewer Stephen Hale.
Schlafly beer has been crafting beer and the beer culture in St. Louis since 1991. Inspired by an English ale-fueled Oxford summer, Tom Schlafly returned to St. Louis, longing for the beers he tasted abroad.
Variety packs boxed that experience up, offering the opportunity to try new breweries, new beers, and new beer styles all in one handy purchase. However, with the fast and furious proliferation of craft breweries in the past five years or so, beer drinkers have more options, and are better versed in what they like.
I honestly can eat oysters with anything, but there is an interesting connection between this fruit of the sea, and stouts, begging the question: why do oysters and stouts go so well together?
Schlafly the original, independent craft brewery in St. Louis, announces the release of its new 30th anniversary sampler, Reelin’ in the Beers. The mixed 12-Pack has a line-up of fan favorite brews that represent the past, present and future of the acclaimed craft brewery: