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hotdA lot of my worst mornings began with a fantastic evening. I’m starting to thing that is how Avery Brewing Company got the idea for their Heaven and Hell series. If not enjoyed responsibly, these monster beers are sure to provide you with both ends of the spectrum.

If you want to find out for yourself, be sure to head out to Hair of the Dog this Thursday, March 19th as they’ll be featuring a killer line-up of beers from Avery. Beginning at 7PM you’ll have your chance to enjoy The Beast, Mephistopheles, and Lilikoi Kepolo. I’ve been told there will be a few specialties from Avery on hand as well.

Head out to Hair of the Dog on Thursday to enjoy a trip to both heaven and hell.

ciceros.jpg Cicero’s Italian Restaurant continues their fall Beer School semester this Wednesday from 5:30-6:30PM and a second class from 7PM-8PM. Cicero’s Beer School provides background about beers and beer styles usually directly from people directly in the beer industry.

It’s a perfect opportunity to learn more about a style you’re unfamiliar with or to just brush up on a style you haven’t enjoyed in a while.

This week’s 5:30PM school is being taught by Adam Avery from Avery Brewing Company and the 7PM class will be taught by Mitch Turner of Major Brands. Adam and Mitch will be on hand to discuss and sample some four different Avery beers. Go out and take advantage of one of the few places where you can drink and learn!

If you can’t make it out to the Beer School, you can check out all of the classes via podcast at Cicerosbeerschool.com.

Beer dinners are fun. Not only do you get to try some really delicious food, but you also get to drink some awesome beer. But if beer and food aren’t enough to get you to come out to a beer dinner, what about also meeting a very cool brewer/owner?

This Wednesday, October 19th beginning at 7PM, Three Kings Public House will be hosting a beer dinner featuring beers from Avery Brewing Company. They’ll also be hosting the one and only Adam Avery. If you haven’t had a chance to meet Adam, he’s easily one of the nicest people in all of brewing.

This four course meal will set you back $40 per person (not including tax and gratuity) and reservations can be made by calling 314-721-3355. Here’s a look at the menu:

If this meal didn’t look awesome enough, I’ve also been informed that there will be a few special beers being paired with the scallop, pork, and dessert courses. Namely duganA, IMMITIS Barrel Aged Sour Ale, and Rumpkin. Two of these are beers that have never been featured in Missouri before, so this is a very special treat being brought in by Adam.

This dinner is sure to fill up quickly, so don’t mess around and make your reservations now.

Look out canned beer drinkers, looks like we have another option on the horizon.  Received word this morning that Major Brands will be bringing in cans of beer from Avery Brewing in June.  I’ve been told that the first order will include the Avery IPA along with the never before in St. Louis, Joe’s Premium American Pils.  Here’s the description of Joe’s:

Beer Style: Premium American Pilsner
Hop Variety: Magnum, Hersbrucker
Malt Variety: Two-row barley
OG: 1.048 ABV: 4.7% IBUs: 42
Color: Light Golden

A contemporary rendition of a classic style, Joe’s is hopped with purpose: beautifully bitter and dry with an abundance of floral, Noble German hops. Uber sessionable. Utterly American. This is Premiuim American Pilsner.

For those of you looking for a hoppy pilsner, this sounds like it’ll be right up your alley. I’ve also been told there is also the possibility of seeing Ellie’s Brown Ale and White Rascal in cans as well.

Great to have yet another fantastic set of beers available in a can just in time for all of your summer outdoor activities.

ciceros.jpg Cicero’s Italian Restaurant continues their Winter Beer School semester this Wednesday from 5:30-6:30PM. Cicero’s Beer School provides background about beers and beer styles usually directly from people directly in the beer industry. It’s perfect opportunity to learn more about a style you’re unfamiliar with or to just brush up on a style you haven’t enjoyed in a while.

This week’s school will be hosted by the always popular Mitch Turner of Major Brands Distributing. Mitch will be your chance to discuss and sample four different beers from Avery Brewing: Ellie’s Brown, White Rascal, Maharaja and Collaboration not Litigation. Go out and take advantage of one of the few places where you can drink and learn!

If you can’t make it out to the Beer School, you can check out all of the classes via podcast at Cicerosbeerschool.com.

Kind of late notice on this one, but if you’re free this evening Adam Avery brewer/owner Adam Avery of Avery Brewing out of Boulder, CO will be in St. Louis tonight.  This was kind of an impromptu  visit, which is why this is such late notice.

I’ve been told by Brian Dix of Major Brands Distributing that Adam and the Major Brands crew will be visiting Bridge Tap House at about 7PM tonight and then they’ll be heading over to the International Tap House in Soulard later this evening.

Sorry for the lack of specific times, but this is all being played fast and loose.  If you have a free evening, this is a wonderful chance to meet one of the nicest guys I’ve ever met in all of brewing.

ciceros.jpg Cicero’s Italian Restaurant continues their Winter Beer School semester this Wednesday from 5:30-6:30PM. Cicero’s Beer School provides background about beers and beer styles usually directly from people directly in the beer industry. It’s perfect opportunity to learn more about a style you’re unfamiliar with or to just brush up on a style you haven’t enjoyed in a while.

This week’s school is being hosted by Ted Whitney the National Sales Director from Avery Brewing. Ted will be on hand to discuss and sample Avery IPA, The Maharaja Imperial IPA, Ellies Brown Ale, New World Porter, and White Rascal Belgian Style Wheat. Go out and take advantage of one of the few places where you can drink and learn!

If you can’t make it out to the Beer School, you can check out all of the classes via podcast at Cicerosbeerschool.com.