We’re now over halfway through St. Louis Craft Beer Week and we’re all still going strong. We’ve really have had some awesome events and this is easily our best STLCBW ever.

But it’s not over yet, there are still 41 events over the next four days. Plenty of things to do, drink, and enjoy.

Also be sure to check out the Chef’s Choice Pairing Menus, these are menus or special dishes put together to celebrate this week. Without further ado, here are Thursday’s events:

  • National IPA Day

    11:30 am – Six Row Brewing

    Celebrate National IPA Day at Six Row Brewing Company. They will be featuring a Chinook Wet-Hopped Double IPA Cask Release. Made with locally grown, fresh Chinook hops. Along with a rotating selection of Single-Hop Double IPA. Includes but not limited to Saaz, Citra, Cascade, and more.

    Free Event (Food and Drink available for purchase)

  • Six Row Citra Dry-Hopped Red Eye Cask

    11:00 am – Llywelyn’s Pub (Wildwood)

    Llywelyn’s in Wildwood will be tapping a very special cask of Six Row Citra Dry-Hopped Red Eye. We suggest you enjoy this IPA on your tongue and not on your eye.

    Free Event (Food and drinks available for purchase)

  • O’Fallon Brewery Pumpkin Release

    4:00 pm – Llywelyn’s Pub (St. Charles)

    The O’Fallon Brewery is proud to announce that in celebration of St.Louis Craft Beer Week they have partnered with some of the area’s most respected craft beer establishments to feature one of the area’s most sought after beers…O’Fallon Pumpkin Beer.

    Be one of the first in St.Louis this year to enjoy an O’Fallon Pumpkin Beer as it is released at various locations during Craft Beer Week.  There will be O’Fallon giveaways and Keep The Pint specials at each location while supplies last.  You may even get to meet someone from the O’Fallon Brewery and tell them how much you love the O’Fallon Pumpkin Beer!

    Free Event (Food and Drink available for purchase)

  • Avery Tap Takeover

    5:00 pm – Everything Wine and Cigar

    Everything Wine and Cigar in O’Fallon, MO will be hosting a Tap Takeover featuring Avery Brewing from Boulder, CO.

    Free Event (Drinks available for purchase) 

  • Cathedral Square Beer Pairing

    5:00 pm – Basso

    Basso at the Cheshire Hotel is hosting Cathedral Square Brewery for a very interesting beer pairing event. They are going to challenge your palate by giving you a chance to be the pairing expert. All items are ala carte and the pairings start at 5pm.

    Free Event (Food and Drink available for purchase)

  • Cathedral Square Tap Takeover

    5:00 pm – Hendricks BBQ

    Hendricks BBQ in St. Charles will be devoting their taps to St. Louis’ Cathedral Square Brewery. Try different beers from Cathedral Square along with some great BBQ.

    Free Event (Food and Drink available for purchase)

  • Hot Spot Beer Dinner

    6:30 pm – Llywelyn’s Pub (Webster)

    Llywelyn’s in Webster Groves  is celebrating three of the hottest locations to find craft beer in the United States by dedicating an entire beer dinner to them.  Tickets will cost you $50 per person and you will receive three 4oz flights of beer with each course. You will receive EVERYTHING listed on the menu below.

    California
    King Louie Salad (Arugula, Fennel, Hard-boiled Eggs, Olives with a Citrus Vinaigrette Dressing)
    Paired with: West Coast Hopodessy Citrus Session Ale

    Fish Taco (Grilled tilapia, cabbage slaw and chipotle mayo)
    Paired with: Firestone Walker Union Jack

    Raspberry Sorbet
    Paired with: Stone IRS 2012

    Colorado

    Llywelyn’s Rocky Mountain Oyster Style
    Paired with: Great Divide Hoss

    Bison Medallion w/ Bleu Cheese Red Beer Reduction Sauce
    Paired with: Avery Out of Bound Stout

    Granola Bar w/ Candied Bacon and Stout Fudge Sauce
    Paired with: Odells Lugene

    St. Louis
    Toasted Ravioli w/ Marinara Sauce
    Paired with: Schlafly Vienna Lager

    Pork Steak w/ BBQ Sauce
    Paired with: Civil Life Brown

    Gooey Butter Cake
    Paired with: Bourbon Barrel aged Prince in Exile

    ($50 per person, tax and gratuity not included.)

  • Great Divide Tap Takeover

    6:00 pm – International Tap House (Chesterfield)

    International Tap House in Chesterfield will be hosting a Tap Takeover featuring Great Divide Brewing Company from Denver, CO. You will also have an opportunity to take home a Great Divide beer glass.

    Free Event (Drinks available for purchase) 

  • Avery Tap Takeover

    6:00 pm – International Tap House (Soulard)

    International Tap House in Soulard will be hosting a Tap Takeover featuring Avery Brewing from Boulder, CO.

    Free Event (Drinks available for purchase) 

  • Brewer’s Table – Perennial Artisan Ales

    6:00 pm – Flying Saucer

    Join the crew from Perennial Artisan Ales as Flying Saucer continues their Brewer’s Tables. Find out about Perennial’s beers and future right from the source.

    Free Event. (Food and Drink available for purchase)

  • Stone Tap Takeover

    6PM – 7PM – Cicero’s

    Cicero's Logo

    Stop by Cicero’s in U-City to enjoy a variety of beers on tap from Stone Brewing Company from  San Diego, CA.

    Free Event (Food and Drinks available for purchase)

  • Beer and Cheese Pairing Spectacular!

    6PM – 8PM – Schlafly Tap Room

    Join Schlafly anytime between 6pm and 8pm for casual sampling of 6 Schlafly Craft Beers expertly paired with 6 distinctive artisan cheeses from The Wine Merchant in Clayton. Take part in the special brewer and cheesemonger discussion at 7pm. Tickets are $15 – Buy them now online or in person at the Schlafly Tap Room and Schlafly Bottleworks.

  • Crafting a Nation Screening

    8:00 pm – Urban Chestnut Brewing Company

    A group of filmmakers have put together the documentary, Crafting the Nation, on the growth of craft beer. This piece features conversations with several local brewers. Come see the film and have a beer at Urban Chestnut Brewing Company starting at 8:30pm. For a $5 suggested donation ticket-holders will receive a bag of popcorn and $3 Zwickels for the night. All proceeds from the ticket sales will benefit the St. Louis Brewers Guild.