This may be one of the most epic Tuesdays in the history of Tuesdays. With St. Louis Craft Beer Week in full swing, this is a day the definitely demands your attention.

But, where will you go tonight? There are plenty of fantastic options. But don’t get overwhelmed, there are still 67 events to go the rest of this week. Choose wisely.

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 Tuesday’s events.

  • Class of 88 Release Party

    3:30 pm – Llywelyn’s Pub (Webster)

    Deschutes Brewing partnered with other breweries that opened in 1988 to create some special releases. Come out to Llywelyn’s in Webster Groves to try these tasty collaborations.

    Free Event (Food and drinks available for purchase) 

  • 4 Hands Brewing Company Volume 1 Release

    3:00 pm – 4 Hands Brewing Company

    4 Hands Brewing Company will be releasing Volume #1 their first release in the Wood Series, an ongoing series focusing on high gravity ales aged in American spirit barrels. Volume #1 is an Imperial Stout with cocoa nibs and a single origin coffee aged in American whisky barrels of 16 months. Volume #1 will be released at the tasting room on Tuesday, July 30th at 3PM in both draft and bottles.

    Free Event (Food and Drink available for purchase) 

  • Firestone Walker Tap Takeover

    3:00 pm – Crafty Chameleon

    One of the newest beer bars in St. Louis is getting in on the STLCBW fun. The Crafty Chameleon is hosting a Firestone Walker tap takeover. Head on out to Ellisville to enjoy some tasty beers from this fantastic Californian brewery.

    (Free event. Drinks available for purchase.)

  • Schlafly Tap Takeover

    4:00 pm – Handlebar

    Enjoy a variety of Schlafly Beers as they takeover all 20 taps at The Handlebar in The Grove.

    Free Event. (Food and Drink available for purchase)

  • Lagunitas Keep the Growler Night

    4PM-6PM – Exit 6 Pub

    Lagunitas does things bigger. Anyone can give away a glass, but what about a growler? Visit Exit 6 and get a very special Lagunitas growler with a beer purchase.

    Free Event (Food and drink available for purchase)

  • Baumann’s Bacon Porter Cark Release

    5:00 pm – Six Row Brewing

    Stop by and try Six Row Brewing Company’s Baumann’s Bacon Porter on Cask. The cask will be tapped at 5pm. Be sure to get there early, this will be gone quickly.

    Free Event (Food and Drink available for purchase.)

  • Cathedral Square Beer Pairing

    5:00 pm – Cugino’s Italian Restaurant

    Meet the brewer from Cathedral Square Brewing at Cugino’s Italian Restaurant. Get your Cathedral Square Brewing questions answered and enjoy Cathedral Square’s Ave Maria.

    Free Event (Food and Drink Available for Purchase)

  • An Evening Between the Barrels

    6:00 pm – Perennial Artisan Ales

    Visit the Perennial Tap Room starting at 6pm as they showcase their special barrel aged releases along with a special selection from Side Project Brewery. The event will feature the following special releases available for purchase. Barrel Aged Abraxas, Barrel Aged 17, Barrel Aged Sump, Savant, and Kriek. Also featuring from Side Project Saison du Fermier (art, rustic Saison that was fermented and aged for 3 months in Missouri oak Chardonnay barrels with Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus.) and Side Project Fuzzy (Wild Ale aged in oak with peaches)

    Free Event. (Food and drink available for purchase)

  • Dogfish Head/Sierra Nevada IPA “Keep the Glass”

    6:00 pm – International Tap House (Chesterfield)

    Sierra Nevada and Dogfish Head Brewing are known for their hoppy beers. They worked together to create a special glass just for drinking their hoppy monsters. Visit the International Tap House in Chesterfield to get one of these special glasses.

    Free Event (Food and drink available for purchase)

  • Dogfish Head/Sierra Nevada IPA “Keep the Glass”

    6:00 pm – International Tap House (Soulard)

    Sierra Nevada and Dogfish Head Brewing are known for their hoppy beers. They worked together to create a special glass just for drinking their hoppy monsters. Visit the International Tap House in Soulard to get one of these special glasses.

    Free Event (Food and drink available for purchase)

  • Dogfish Head/Sierra Nevada IPA “Keep the Glass”

    6:00 pm – International Tap House (CWE)

    Sierra Nevada and Dogfish Head Brewing are known for their hoppy beers. They worked together to create a special glass just for drinking their hoppy monsters. Visit the International Tap House in the Central West End to get one of these special glasses.

    Free Event (Food and drink available for purchase)

  • Brewer’s Table – Urban Chestnut Brewing Company

    6PM-8PM – Flying Saucer

    Join the crew from Urban Chestnut Brewing Company as Flying Saucer continues their Brewer’s Tables. Find out about Urban Chestnut’s beers and future right from the source.

    Free Event. (Food and Drink available for purchase)

  • Three Monkeys Craft Beer Week Dinner with Cathedral Square

    7:00 pm – Three Monkeys

    Three Monkeys will be hosting their first beer dinner with a pairing of four different beers from Cathedral Square Brewery. Beers will include Hail Mary Belgian IPA, Belgian White Ale, Repent Rye DRIPA, and Ave Marie. This event is limited to 30 people.

    Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 day of. Tickets are still available. 

  • Sour Tap Takeover

    7:00 pm – Hair of the Dog

    Come on out to Hair of the Dog as they devote their taps to the highly sought after Sour Beers. Taps will include Grand Teton Oud Bruin, Cantillon Iris 2010 and several other sour beers.

    Free Event. (Food and Drink available for purchase)