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Category: Beer Events

This may be it.  This may be your last chance to try the “original” American IPA on cask from Schlafly.

This Thursday, April 1st, starting at 6:30PM, a representative from the St. Louis Brewery will be tapping a cask of the American IPA and will be serving it at the Hair of the Dog Pub on Washington.

This beer will be available until they run out or the pub closes.  My guess is that the won’t have to worry about it not running out.

SixRow_logoYes the date for the first cask beer available from Six Row Brewing Company is on April 1st, but I can assure you that this is no joke. Starting at 6PM, they will be offering up a dry-hopped version of their ESB. Seems like the perfect style for cask treatment.

I’ve also been informed that Six Row will begin having an event each Wednesday called, “Brewmaster’s Special”. Starting this week and following every week thereafter, the brewers of Six Row will be featuring a one of their beers at a special price of $3.50 per pint.  This week’s special choice is the ESB.

Tanglefoot Steakhouse will be hosting a Schlafly beer dinner this Saturday, March 27th from 6PM to 10PM.  This four course meal will include a different Schlafly beer for each course.

This meal will set you back $24.99 (excluding tax and gratuity) per person.  Here’s a look at the menu:

1st Course
Spring Greens Salad
Mixed Greens, Candied Almonds, Sundried Cranberries, Cherry Tomato, Asiago and Hot Bacon Dressing
Served with Schlafly Kolsch

2nd Course
Shrimp & Scallop Brochette
Chargrilled Gulf Shrimp and Diver Scallop, Caramalized Onion Polenta, Roasted Red Pepper Coulis
Served with Schlafly Export IPA

3rd Course
Filet of Tenderloin Napolean
Pan Seared Filet, Maryland Crab Cake and Grilled Asparagus with Rosted Baby Potatoes, Cabernet Demi and Bearnaise.
Served with Schlafly Hefeweizen

Schlafly Barley Wine & Chocolate Fondue Bar

For more information about this dinner, please contact Tanglefoot at 636-931-7373.

Newstead Tower Public House has begun putting together a line of beer dinners on random Sundays being titled GastroSoul. The object of these beer dinners, is to pair craft beer with Soul Food.

This month’s dinner is being held this Sunday, March 28th, and it begins at 6PM. The cost of the meal is $40/person and reservations are required. You can make reservations by calling 314-535-7771.

Brandt’s Cafe, in the University City Loop, will be putting on a Beer Festival every Saturday this March.  Brandt’s will be offering up over 80 different beers from around the globe to try each Saturday including 25 different Belgian beers.

This will be taking place on March 13th, 20th, and 27th of this month from 12-5PM.  Don’t currently have a list of what beers they’ll be trying, but I’ll see if I can get one soon.

Each session will cost $30 per person with a pre-paid reservation or  $35 at the door.  This entitles you to unlimited 3oz samples during the 12-5PM tasting. Call 314-954-2326 for more details.

04oystersingleoysterI know for some of you, this is the festival you’ve been most eagerly awaiting for, the Schlafly 2010 Stout and Oyster Festival. Schlafly is flying in “over 25,000 fresh oysters from both coasts and offer a tantalizing array of dishes, like gumbo, Rockefeller, fried, Po-Boy, and grilled.” They will also be offering up a raw bar as well to give you the ability to try several different vararites.

Schlafly will also be flying in some some celebrity shuckers to open up your oyster fyster than you can blink. With names like “Bimbo, Clam, Rawle, Silky Smooth and Thurman” I think you’re in for some really colorful characters.

Oh, and then there’s the beer. Schlafly will be offering their Nitro Irish, Oatmeal and Kaldi’s Coffee Stout. You’ll be able to combine some of your favorite Schlafly stouts with the briny delight of fresh Oysters.

Schlafly’s festival will be on start on Friday, March 19th from 5:00 p.m.-Midnight and continue on Saturday, March 20th when it will run from Noon-Midnight. Stay tuned tomorrow for a VIP Dinner contest!

On Tuesday, March 23rd, Dressel’s Public House will be hosting a very special collaborative beer dinner which will feature beers from O’Fallon Brewery and Left Hand Brewery.   Beginning at 7PM, this six course meal will be paired with six different beers from O’Fallon and Left Hand.

The cost of this meal will be $40 per person (tax and gratuity not included) and reservations will be required.  You can make reservations by calling 314-361-1060.

Pate de Lapin
Paired With Left Hand Juju Ginger

1st Course
Rabbit Confit Pappardelle With Proscuitto, Fava Beans & Herb Butter Sauce
Served With Left Hand Polestar Pilsner

2nd Course
Duck Bresaola Salad With Arugula, Mizuna, Shaved Gouda and Walnut Vinagrette
Paired With Left Hand Sawtooth Amber Ale

3rd Course
Leg of Venison With Pancetta & Orange On Butternut-Spinach Hash
Served With O’Fallon Cherry Chocolate Ale

4th Course
Smoked Rack of Rabbit & Pork Belly On a Bed of Boxty Potatoes
Paired With O’Fallon Smoked Porter

Left Hand Imperial Stout Float With Chocolate Ice Cream, Stilton Blue, Toasted Pecans and Honey