13 Pumpkin Beers To Try Before They’re Gone

You may have had Schlafly’s Oktoberfest lager, but this limited-release fan-favorite is worth a sip (or a bunch of sips) too. It’s fermented in pounds of fresh pumpkin squash and a brewer’s blend of wort and sugar, then filtered through a spiced infusion of cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg. The end result is a brew that’s […]

The Most Balanced Pale Ales in the Market

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.

Schlafly Beer is a St. Louis Landmark

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 makes the ‘Best Soup’ list

Many pubs have a beer cheese soup on the menu, but very few can say that they brew the beer themselves. Using its own Hefeweizen, Schlafly marries an unfiltered wheat ale with pepperjack and white cheddar cheeses for a slightly spicy vegetarian union.

Schlafly Bottleworks to produce 80 cans per minute.

Schlafly is upgrading their Maplewood brewery with a new $1.1 million canning line. They will now be able to produce 80 cans per minute. They were previously limited to 25 cans per minute. The new line also allows the brewer to produce different can and package sizes.