Schlafly Stout & Oyster Festival returns, moves to Maplewood

The largest oyster festival in the Midwest returns next month with a new location in the St. Louis area. Schlafly Beer announced Monday the return of its annual Stout & Oyster Festival that will be held at Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood. The festival was previously held at the…

February 2024

The birthday of the Scottish poet Robert Burns has been celebrated at The Schlafly Tap Room every year without interruption since January of 1992. The celebration includes culinary delicacies such as haggis, Scotch eggs, shepherd’s pie and cock-a-leekie soup, washed down with our own Scotch Ale

Schlafly Brings Back Live Music

For the first time since that nasty COVID-19 shut down in-person entertainment, the local microbrewery will have live music in both its city and county locations: Fridays at the Schlafly Tap Room (2100 Locust St) and Saturdays at Schlafly Bottleworks (7260 Southwest Ave)

Schlafly Beer Releases New Non-Alcoholic Pale Ale

Pale Ale NA is a nonalcoholic analogue of Schlafly’s year-round Pale Ale. It tastes similar and taps the same authentic English-style ingredients such as London yeast and English hops, but the NA version is only 35 calories. Its flavor profile leans toward fruitiness that is balanced…

January 2024

Ever since the opening of The Schlafly Tap Room in 1991 one of the common tropes has been that of David vs. Goliath in telling the story of an upstart microbrewery that opened in the shadow of the world’s largest megabrewery. Thirty-two years later the figurative David now has a literal David at the helm.

December 2023

Most alert readers (ARs) are undoubtedly familiar with the term “Trial of the Century”, which has been used to describe hundreds of legal proceedings over the years, few of which attained more notoriety than the trial of Harry Kendall Thaw in 1907 for the murder of the renowned architect Stanford White.