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Über-Chef Hubert Keller’s local steak house, SLeeK will be holding a dinner on Thursday, February 4th pairing unique creations with Schlafly beers.

This dinner will be hosted and prepared by world renowned Chef Hubert Keller, Chef Laurent Pillard, and Chef Steven Caravelli in collaboration with Schlafly’s own Chef Andy White.

The cost for this event is $65 and reservations can be made by calling 314-881-7595. I’ve heard that this dinner is filling up fast, so you’ll want to make your reservation today.

Ian Froeb’s review of SLeeK can be found here.

codfestlogo2.gifFish and chips, fresh cod and Real Ale? Where do I sign up? Well, luckily no sign up is required to attend Schlafly‘s 2010 Cod and Cask Festival on Friday February 5th (5PM to Midnight) and Saturday February 6th (5PM to Midnight). Schlafly brings in the freshest cod as well as bringing in Icelandic Chef Hakon Orvarsson to help serve up all of this fish!

If that wasn’t enough, what goes better with Fish and Chips but cask-conditioned ale? These beers are carbonated in the cask and hand pumped up to the bar at “cellar temperature” to provide the most authentic experience this side of the pond.

Schlafly brewer Brennan Greene assures me that he’s is doing his best this year to make sure cask beer is available all weekend, but just to be certain I would show up as early as you can on Friday to make sure you get to enjoy the best of both worlds.

Here’s the line-up of casks that we can be expecting over the weekend:

APA – Dry Hopped with Simcoe
APA – Dry Hopped with Cascade & Chinook
APA – Dry Hopped with Simcoe & Columbus
APA – Dry Hopped with Columbus
Brown Ale
English IPA – Dry Hopped with Goldings
English IPA – Dry Hopped with Northdown
Oatmeal Stout
Scotch Ale
Smoked Porter
Porter – From Sixpoint Craft Ales
Scotch Ale  – From Sixpoint Craft Ales