For those of you that attended last week’s Beer School at Cicero’s, you’ll know that I can’t get this one out. So please don’t ask me to pronounce this. But, the harder you work to pronounce the Schurcipefones Festival (taking place Sunday, August 5th at Bridge Tap House and Wine Bar) the more fun you’ll have when you arrive.
This outdoor street festival, which will be taking place from 12PM-6PM will be fun for the whole family. If you’re looking to bring the kids, Dave Bailey promises plenty of activities for young and old alike.
If you’re looking to drink some beer, you’ll need to pony up $25, which will get you unlimited samples from seven different local breweries and one out-of-town guest. The breweries include: Schlafly, Urban Chestnut, Civil Life Brewing, 2nd Shift Brewing, 4 Hands Brewing, Charleville Brewing, Perennial Artisan Ales, and New Belgium.
These may be local breweries, but they’re bringing some never before tasted beers especially for this festival. The special beers will be released every twenty minutes beginning at 12PM. Here’s the current line up of beers:
- Schlafly – Biere de Garde
- Schlafly – AIPA
- Schlafly – Schlafly American Brown
- Schlafly – Belgian Single
- Urban Chesnut – Zwickel
- Urban Chesnut – Magpie
- Urban Chesnut – Sertaozinho Weiss
- Perennial – Bailey’s Chocolate Ale with Vanilla
- Perennial – Peach Berliner
- Perennial – Southside Blonde
- Civil Life – Mild
- Civil Life – ESB
- Civil Life – German Wheat
- Charleville – Unnamed
- Charleville – Belgian Street Water
- Charleville – Hoptimistic
- 2nd Shift – Wheat Freak
- 2nd Shift – Green Bird
- 2nd Shift – El Gato Grande
- New Belgium – Fat Tire Cask (w/Mt. Hood)
- New Belgium – La Folie
- New Belgium – Red Hoptober
- 4 Hands – Breakfast Beer
- 4 Hands – Smoked Pigasus
- 4 Hands – Centennial Red Cask
- 4 Hands – Cast Iron Oatmeal Brown
- 4 Hands – Base Camp
Awesome food from Bailey’s restaurants will also be available including breakfast tacos (from 12-2PM) and BBQ and Brats (from 2-6PM). There will also be safety checks for your bicycle from Big Shark, for those of you using two wheels and your feet to get to the festival.
Food, fun, and plenty of great beer seems like a fantastic way to close out St. Louis Craft Beer Week. Don’t miss out.