The Best Pumpkin Beers for Fall

The arrival of fall signals the unofficial start of pumpkin beer season. While the seasonal style certainly isn't for everyone, a handful of creatively-crafted brews are worth a try this autumn.
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Meet St. Louis: Head of Operations Emily Parker chats with KMOV

KMOV's Alexis Zotos caught up with Emily Parker-Lampe, Head of Operations at Schlafly as a part of the new podcast, "Meet St. Louis." Schlafly Brewery has been around since 1991, a long time in the craft beer world and they’re still working to innovate and shape the future of craft beer. Emily Parker started as an intern and is now...
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Sauce Magazine: Schlafly Bottleworks names Executive Chef

  Sauce Magazine's Matt Sorrell sat down with Schlafly Bottleworks' newest Executive Chef Bernard Pilon as he settles into his role. Prior to taking over the Bottleworks kitchen last month, Pilon was the longtime executive chef at Norwood Hills Country Club. He said his first fully original menu will debut in September, and he plans to continue the restaurant’s tradition of...
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STLCBW: Where to Find Schlafly This Week

St. Louis Craft Beer Week is coming in hot this weekend. Keep track of where Schlafly will be all week long with this calendar. [/vc_column_text] Craft Beers & Food Trucks with Schlafly | Friday, July 27, 5 - 9 p.m. | Dierbergs, Des Peres, MO Raise a glass to two local favorites: Frankly Sausages and Schlafly! Menu includes white cheddar pimento...
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Beer Of The Week: Say Helles yeah to Schlafly Summer Lager

Craft lagers are here in a big way, and I could not be more on board. My fellow drinkers looking to explore the non-ale side of the beer spectrum would be smart to start with a well-constructed helles, like this one from The St. Louis Brewery (which brews under the brand Schlafly). And if you’re already a member of Team Pilsner, an...
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Summer Ingredients Found in Summer Craft Beers

Summer Ingredients Found in Summer Craft Beers About a half mile down the road from my house is a fully-functioning farm stand. As the warmer months commence, the farm opens up for flower sales and concludes in the fall with pumpkins and other Autumn-related accoutrements. In between, the farm sells its own produce: corn, tomatoes, squash and a couple dozen...
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Where to Find Schlafly This Weekend – July 13-15

If you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, look no further. Schlafly is participating in several events around the St. Louis area. Come hang out with us, sip on some Schlafly beer and enjoy the weekend! [/vc_column_text] Let Them Eat Art | Friday, July 13, 6 -11 p.m. | Maplewood Take a self-guided tour through the streets of...
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Recipe: Coconut Créme Colada

  We're celebrating National Pina Colada Day with our take on a Beer Colada. Presenting the Coconut Créme Colada, a beer colada featuring the Schlafly's very own Coconut Créme Ale, a summer inspired ale made with REAL coconut and pineapple.  Follow the recipe below to make your own. 2 cups ice 2 ounces pineapple juice 2 ounces rum 1 bottle...
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Drink of the Week: Schlafly’s Frugi Four

    St. Louis Brewery Schlafly has been a stalwart of the Midwest for nearly three decades, producing an expansive roster of classic and experimental beers. An annual release to help beat the summer heat, the Schlafly Frugi-Four sample pack combines a quartet of fresh fruit–infused brews. The brewery team clearly had their mind on the tropics this year, creating a juicy...
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From the Garden: Tips on Growing Swiss Chard with Ally

Tips on Growing Swiss Chard with Ally [/vc_column_text] Chard is a cold season crop, but fairs well in the summer, often continuing production from spring to fall. In early to mid spring, soak your seeds overnight and direct sow 6 to 8 inches apart into well worked and fertile soil. Keep soil moist until germination. In my experience, chard germinates...
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