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repealWhile we’re lucky enough to be able to drink Schlafly beer, the Repeal of Prohibition festival provides a fantastic chance to try beers from around the country that you may not have ever sampled before.  And, even if you have had them, how often have you had a chance to try them in your own backyard?

This year Schlafly invited a state from the west coast that is known for having awesome beer: Washington. The breweries invited are Bale Breaker Brewing Company, Epic Ales, Elysian Brewing Company, and NoLi Brewhouse.  Here’s a list of what they’re bringing:

Bale Breaker Brewing Company

  • ​Field 41 Pale Ale – 4.5% ABV, 38 IBU
  • High Camp CDA (Cascadian Dark Ale) – 8.2% ABV, 70 IBU
  • Kiln Series #001 – 7.8% ABV, 100+ IBU
  • Top Cutter IPA​​ – 6.8% ABV, 70 IBU

Epic Ales

  • ​Farmer’s Brow Ale- 7.5% ABV, 60 IBU
  • Sandy Beaches Scottish Ale – 6.5% ABV, 35 IBU
  • Tart Miso (American Wild Ale)- 4.5% ABV, 10 IBU

Elysian Brewing Company

  • ​​Dark O’ The Moon: Pumpkin Stout –  6.5% ABV, 20 IBU
  • Dayglow IPA – 6.5% ABV, 65 IBU
  • Split Shot: Espresso Milk Stout  – 5.6% ABV, 28 IBU
  • Superfuzz Blood Orange  –  5.4% ABV, 45 IBU

NoLi Brewhouse

  • ​Born & Raised: IPA- 7% ABV, 85 IBU​
  • Empire NO. 8 Session IPA- 5.5% ABV, 67 IBU
  • Jet Star Imperial IPA – 8.1% ABV, 115 IBU
  • Spin Cycle Red  – 5.75% ABV, 49 IBU
  • Sky Rail IPA – 6.25% ABV, 65 IBU​
  • Wrecking Ball Imperial Stout – 9.5% ABV, 100 IBUs

This year’s Repeal of Prohibition will take place on Saturday, April 12th from 12PM-5PM at the Schlafly Bottleworks. Tickets for Repeal are still available, but they’re sure to sell out fast.  Looking forward to this event. It’s one of the best beer festivals all year.

It’s the time of the year where we look back at all of the cool stuff that’s been happening in our lives. For us beer people, it’s time to give a little thanks for all of the cool stuff that’s been going on with the St. Louis beer scene.  We’ve been moving at a warp speed over the past few years, so it’s good to give thanks for how good we currently have it.

It’s amazing to me to think of all of the great places we have to drink awesome craft beer in St. Louis.  It’s also awesome to know that there are more places on the way.  One of those places is Basso, located at 7036 Clayton Avenue.

This space isn’t your typical basement bar as this will truly be one of the most elegant places to have a beer in St. Louis. My picture don’t do this location justice, it’s just a beautiful location.  Basso opens on December 17th.  Check out the photos and the beer menu below:

  • Le Baladin
  • Il Chiostro
  • Grado Plato
  • Birrificio L’Olmaia
  • Pecan Nut Brown
  • 2nd Shift El Gato Grande IPA
  • Six Row Double IPA
  • O’Fallon Hemp Hop Rye Amber Ale
  • Deschutes Mirror Pond Pale Ale
  • Schlafly Pale Ale
  • Schlafly Klsch
  • Civil Life American Brown
  • Boulevard Nut Craker Ale
  • Founders Centenial IPA
  • Founders Dirty Bastard
  • Lagunitas Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’
  • Ska Modus Hoperandi IPA
  • Magners Irish Cider
  • St. Bernardus Prior 8
  • Blue Moon Belgian White Ale
  • Delirium Tremens
  • Deschutes Obsidion Stout
  • Six Row Porter
  • Founders Porter
  • Left Hand Milk Stout NITRO
  • Morgan Street Honey Wheat
  • Weihenstephan Hefe Weissbier
  • Peroni
  • Radeberger Pilsner
  • Sam Adams Winter Lager
  • Stella Artois

The Monsters of Beer Festival is happening this Saturday, October 15th at the The Stable from 2PM-5PM. You can purchase tickets at Brown Paper Tickets.  Tickets this year will cost you $25 in advance and $30 day of. You can also purchase a VIP ticket for $45 which will get you into the event at 1PM and access to a free buffet as well.

Just to get your taste buds a salivating, he’s a preliminary list of beers that should be available at the festival:

  • Amalgamated Brewing Company Headless Horseman
  • Amalgamated Brewing Company Imperial Pilsner
  • Amalgamated Brewing Company Imperial Rum Porter
  • Augusta Tripel IPA
  • Avery Anniversary Eighteen
  • Bell’s Batch 10000
  • Boulevard Nommo
  • Brewery Ommegang Gnmegang
  • Charleville Barleywine
  • Firestone Walker Double Jack
  • Gouden Carolus Cuvee Van De Keizer Blauw
  • Grand Teton Black Cauldron
  • Great Divide Double Hercules
  • Lagunitas Doppel Weizen
  • Lagunitas Gnarleywine 2010
  • New Belgium Abbey Grand Cru
  • New Belgium Super Cru
  • New Holland Oak Aged Dragon’s Milk
  • North Coast 20th Anniversary
  • Odell Myrcernary
  • Sam Adams Double Pumpkin
  • Schalfly Pumpkin
  • Southern Tier Crme Brulee Stout
  • Southern Tier Pumking
  • Straff Hendrik Quadrupel
  • Brouwerij Riva S.A.

I’ve also been informed that they’ll have a few surprises at the festival, as well. I guess you’re just going to have to show up and see what those surprises are!

PW Pizza is the newest restaurant from the group that has brought you Vin de Set and Eleven Eleven Mississippi. Knowing that few things go better with pizza than beer, they’ve put together a pretty decent beer list spanning different flavors and styles.

Here’s a look at the list:


  • Augusta Blonde Ale
  • Avery Ellie’s Brown Ale
  • Boulevard Tank 7
  • Fox Barrel Pear Cider
  • Left Hand Sawtooth Ale
  • Schlafly Kolsch
  • Schlafly Summer Lager
  • Six Row Whale
  • Urban Chestnut Zwickle

Bottles & Cans

  • Bell’s Two Hearted Ale
  • Fuller’s ESB
  • Grand Teton Bitch Creek
  • Great Divide Titan
  • Founder’s Dirty Bastard
  • Lagunitas Hop Stoopid
  • Left Hand 400 Pound Monkey
  • New Belgium Ranger
  • O’Dells 90 Shilling Ale
  • Southern Tier Phin & Matt’s Extraordinary Ale
  • Redhook ESB
  • Rogue Dead Guy Ale
  • Shmaltz He’brew Genesis
  • Ska Modus Hoperandi
  • Stone Arrogant Bastard Ale
  • Tallgrass Brewing


  • Cathedral Square Abbey Ale
  • Goose Island Demolition
  • Hoegaarden Original
  • Leffe Blonde
  • Ommegang Rare VOS
  • Schlafly Biere de Garde


  • McSorley’s Irish Black
  • Mickey’s Bog Mouth
  • Ray Hill Classic American Pilsner
  • Sam Adams Light
  • Tommyknocker Butthead Bock
  • Stouts & Porters
  • Breckenridge Vanilla Porter
  • Guinness Draught

Hefeweizen & Fruit

  • Magic Hat #9
  • Schlafly Hefeweizen
  • Tin Mill Hefeweizen

I’ve heard some good things about the pizza, so make sure to stop by and check it out. If you visit, make sure to leave a comment, I’d love to hear your thoughts.

A few years ago, my lovely girlfriend Irene and I had a very nice dinner at a restaurant with a very crummy beer list. As all good bloggers do, I registered my complaints online.  Fast forward about three years and I’m still constantly impressed by just how much things have changed in St. Louis.

Not only do we have an influx of new breweries distributing their beers in Missouri, but we also more than a few new local breweries on the horizon.  And, in a sign that craft beer is really starting to take a hold on St. Louis, we’re seeing more and more restaurants update their beer lists to contain craft beer.

Here’s just a small list of restaurants that have given craft beer their due:

Milagro Modern Mexican


  • Bear Republic Racer 5
  • Rogue Mocha Porter
  • Blvd Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale
  • Left Hand Milk Stout
  • Southern Tier 2X IPA
  • Bell’s Pale Ale
  • Bell’s Hopslam
  • Bell’s Two Hearted IPA
  • Bear Republic Red Rocket Ale
  • Lagunitas Lil Sumpin Sumpin
  • New Belgium Ranger IPA
  • New Belgium Fat Tire
  • Arcadia London Porter
  • Founders Double Trouble Imperial IPA
  • Stone IPA
  • Stone Smoked Porter 22oz
  • Schlafly Hefeweisen


  • Bell’s Oberon
  • Stone Arrogant Bastard
  • Founders Centennial IPA
  • Grand Teton Bitch Creek ESB
  • Schlafly Pale Ale
  • Schlafly Summer Lager

Milagro not only has the best beer list of any Mexican restaurant in St. Louis, but has one of the best lists period. While it may seem a bit IPA heavy to some, that’s a wise choice as IPAs definitely lend themselves to pairing particularly well to some of the spicier dishes that Milagro serves up.

Sidney Street Cafe


  • La Chouffe Golden Ale
  • Heineken
  • Bass
  • Guiness
  • Chimay “Red Cap”
  • Sinebrychoff Porter
  • St.Peter’s Porter
  • North Coast “Old Rasputin”
  • Fat Tire
  • Racer #5 (22oz)
  • Schlafly Imperial Stout ’09 (750ml)


  • Dupont Cidre Bouche


  • Schlafly Seasonal
  • Schlafly Kolsch
  • Amberbock
  • Founders Centennial IPA
  • Corsendonk Abbey Brown
  • Stella Artois

Sidney Street’s owner Kevin Nashan has made great strides in expanding their beer list; proving that you can do so even in the shadow of the King. The thoughtful selection does a great job of including things like porters and imperial stouts that will pair wonderfully with some of the heartier dishes, like duck and steak, that Sidney serves up.

Farmhaus Restaurant


  • Avery White Rascal
  • Bells Hopslam
  • Bells Oberon
  • Bells Two Hearted Ale
  • Boulevard Tank 7
  • Cathedral Square Belgian White Ale
  • Founder’s Porter
  • Founder’s Old Curmudgeon Ale
  • Great Divide Oak Aged Yeti
  • He’Brew Messiah Bold
  • Lakefront Big Easy Imperial Maibock
  • Lagunitas Little Sumpin’ Sumpin
  • Lagunitas Pale Ale
  • New Holland Dragon’s Milk
  • Mendocino White Hawk IPA
  • New Belgium La Folie Sour Ale
  • North Coast Scrimshaw Pilsner
  • Odell Easy Street Wheat
  • Pyramid Apricot Ale
  • Schlafly Pilsner
  • Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Barleywine
  • Sierra Nevada Glissade Golden Bock
  • Sierra Nevada Kellerweis
  • Ska ESB
  • Ska Euphoria
  • Southern Tier Old Man Winter Ale
  • Stone IPA
  • Stone Ruination IPA
  • Tallgrass Buffalo Sweat

What Farmhaus loses in draught, they make up in a huge variety of American craft beers. Their bottle selection is as varied as their menu, providing options to pair with every dish. Even better, Farmhaus manager Eric Scholle has taken to Twitter asking for suggestions to always keep their list fresh and exciting.

This is a just a small sample of restaurants that have made upgrades to their lists. Plus, you have places like The Good Pie, Dressel’s Pub, Cicero’s, Iron Barley, Pi, etc. that have been selling great beer for years.

But it’s important to note just how significant these changes are. Fine dining restaurants, for the most part, don’t sell much beer and don’t make nearly the same margin as they do with wine or cocktails. This is absolutely a testament to restaurants realizing that their beer selections are just as important as any other item they put onto their menu.

We still have a long way to go, but we’re getting there.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that starting today, beers from the Stone Brewing Company are now available in Missouri.  But, rather than send you all over the state trying to search for beer, thanks to the fellas over at Major Brands, I’ve compiled a list of where to find Stone in Missouri:

Saint Louis Metro

  • 33 Wine Shop & Tasting Bar
  • Al’s P-X
  • Arena Liquor
  • Atomic Cowboy
  • Balabans
  • BJ’s 3
  • Bleeding Deacon Public House
  • Blueberry Hill
  • Bob’s Liquor
  • Bridge, The
  • Cheese Place Clayton Rd, The
  • Cicero’s
  • Clarkson Square Pharmacy
  • Cork Wine Bar
  • Country Club Express Wash
  • Cyrano’s
  • Dad’s Bottle Shop
  • Demun Oyster Bar
  • Devine Wine & Spirits
  • Dierbergs #06 Clarkson Clayton
  • Dierbergs #12 Market Place
  • Dierbergs #19 Brentwood
  • Dirt Cheap Telegraph
  • Dressel’s
  • Energy Express #1877 Manch
  • Friar Tuck Beverage (Crestwood)
  • Friar Tuck Beverage (Fenton)
  • Friar Tuck Beverage (O’Fallon)
  • Gabi’s Wine & Spirits
  • Good Pie, The
  • Grapevine Wines
  • Growlers Sunset Inn
  • Gustine Market
  • Handlebar
  • Hilton STL Airport
  • Hot Spot Market
  • Hyatt Regency STL Riverfront
  • International Tap & Bottle Hs
  • International Tap House
  • Iron Barley
  • Krieger’s Manchester
  • Llywelyns Pub (O’Fallon)
  • Llywelyn’s Pub (St. Charles)
  • Llywelyn’s Pub (Soulard)
  • Llywelyn’s Pub (CWE)
  • Llywelyn’s Pub (Webster)
  • Local Harvest Grocery
  • Lone Wolf Coffee Company
  • Lukas Liquor Superstore
  • Macklind Ave Deli
  • Mangia Italiano
  • Mango Restaurant
  • Mid Town IGA
  • Pi (Delmar)
  • Post Sports Bar & Grill
  • Provisions
  • Randall’s Wine & Spirits (Florrisant)
  • Randall’s Wine & Spirits (Jefferson)
  • Royal Wine And Spirits
  • Royale Food & Spirits, The
  • Samples STL
  • Sanctuaria
  • Schnucks 101 Florissant
  • Schnucks 105 Butler Hill
  • Schnucks 117 Dorsett
  • Schnucks 118 Telegraph
  • Schnucks 121 Wildwood
  • Schnucks 127 Richardson
  • Schnucks 133 Chesterfield
  • Schnucks 136 Webster
  • Schnucks 137 Affton
  • Schnucks 142 Woodsmill
  • Schnucks 143 South City
  • Schnucks 149 Arsenal
  • Schnucks 188 Ladue
  • Schnucks 191 Bridgeton
  • Schnucks 192 Loughborough
  • Schnucks 193 Concord Village
  • Schnucks 209 Des Peres Corners
  • Schnucks 258 Hampton Village
  • Schnucks 272 Richmond Heights
  • Schnucks 276 Shackelford
  • Schnucks 301 Culinaria
  • Shaved Duck, The
  • Stable, The
  • Starr’s
  • STL Wine Co
  • Straub’s #1 Lockwood
  • Straub’s #3 Kingshighway
  • Straub’s #7 Forsyth
  • Straub’s #9 Clayton Rd
  • Tanglefoot
  • Telegraph Liquors
  • Tilted Kilt
  • T’s Liquor Lane
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Whole Foods Market Group
  • Wine & Cheese Place Pkg, The
  • Wine & Cheese Place, The
  • Wine Chateau
  • Wine Merchant Ltd, The
Kansas City Metro

  • Allstar Pizza & Pub
  • Blanc Burgers & Bottles
  • Boomer’s Bar & Grill
  • Cellar Rat Wine Merchants
  • Drop, The
  • Flying Saucer
  • Gomer’s Holmes Rd
  • Gomer’s Lee’s Summit
  • Gomer’s Midtown
  • Gomer’s Northland
  • Harry Murphys Ctry Cl
  • Hy Vee #1321 Englewood
  • Hy Vee Belton
  • Hy Vee Gladstone
  • Hy Vee Independence
  • Hy Vee Noland
  • Hy Vee Raytown
  • Hy Vee Rice
  • Hy Vee State
  • Hy Vee Ward
  • Lukas Liquor Superstore
  • Mccoy’s Public House
  • Mikes Cut Rate
  • New Bubbles
  • Pizza Bar
  • Red-X Liquor
  • Riot Room, The
  • Royal Liquors #3
  • Royal Liquors 63rd St
  • Samples KC
  • Smokehouse Bbq
  • Swagger
  • Vino Bello
  • Waldo Pizza
  • Westport Bar & Cafe

Springfield and Southwest Missouri

  • Brown Derby #04 Kearney
  • Brown Derby #10 East Republic
  • Brown Derby #12 Warehouse
  • Brown Derby #15 Nixa
  • Brown Derby #17 E Sunshin
  • Brown Derby #19 Campbell
  • Brown Derby #24 S National
  • Brown Derby #25 Campbell
  • Brown Derby #26 Glenstone
  • Brown Derby #30 Republic Road
  • Farmers Gastro Pub
  • Macadoodles Joplin
  • Macadoodles Pineville
  • Mudlounge
  • Patton Alley Pub
  • Price Cutter Plus (E Battlefield)
  • Price Cutter Plus (S. National)
  • Price Cutter Plus (W Republic )
  • Quincy Magoos Springfield
  • South Street Market
  • Wine Company The

Central Missouri

  • 1839 Taphouse
  • 44 Stone Public House
  • Hy Vee Broadway
  • Hy Vee Conley
  • Hy Vee Jefferson City
  • Hy-Vee Nifong
  • Mo Jo’s
  • Patricia’s Foods Columbia
  • Paul’s Supermarket Lake of the Ozarks
  • Pauls Supermarket Osage Beach
  • Schnucks 714 Columbia
  • Shakespeare’s Pizza
  • Sycamore
  • Ultra Mart Arena Liquor
  • Uprise Bakery

Southeast Missouri

  • Bottle Shop
  • Dirt Cheap Cape Girardeau
  • Grecian Steakhouse Poplar Bluff
  • Mr T’s Liquor Store
  • Northtown Beer Stop
  • Primo Vino
  • Schnucks 702 Cape Girardeau
  • Wine Rack, The

While it’s always fun to drink Schlafly beer, the Repeal of Prohibition festival provides a fantastic chance to try beers from around the country that you may not have ever sampled before.  And, even if you have had them, how often have you had a chance to try them in your own backyard?

At almost 3000 miles the beers from Alaskan Brewing Company and Midnight Sun Brewing Company, are the furthest that beer has ever traveled to appear at Repeal.  Here’s a list of what they’re bringing:

Alaskan Brewing Company

  • Alaskan Amber
  • Alaskan Pale
  • Alaskan White Ale
  • Alaskan Summer Ale
  • Alaskan IPA
  • Alaskan Oatmeal Stout
  • Alaskan Barleywine
  • Alaskan Smoked Porter

Midnight Sun Brewing Company

  • Midnight Sun Kolsch
  • Midnight Sun Kodiak Brown Ale
  • Midnight Sun Sockeye Red IPA
  • Midnight Sun Panty Peeler Tripel
  • Midnight Sun Fallen Angel Belgian Golden Ale
  • Midnight Sun Mammoth Extra Stout
  • Midnight Sun XXX Double Black IPA
  • Midnight Sun Arctic Rhino Coffee Porter

Tickets for Repeal are still available, but they’re sure to sell out fast.  Also, just a reminder that the tickets for the Alaskan/Schlafly Vertical Tasting are also available.  Make sure to pick up a couple for that very special opportunity.