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So the headline may be a bit misleading, because Boulevard Brewing isn’t angry about American Craft Beer Week, they’re excited. They’re excited about the fun beer and cheese sampling events they’ve put together with Hautly Cheese. Here’s a look at the events:

Wednesday, May 16  7:00 pm-?
International Tap House Chesterfield
Hosted by Laura Swanson and Adam Hautly
$10 per person includes all samples below:

  • Tank 7 paired with Hautly Aged Provolone
  • Long Strange Triple paired with Hautly Baby Gouda Round and Volpi Un Mondo Dolce Salami
  • Double Wide paired with Hautly Extra Sharp White Cheddar and G&W Sausage Landjager
  • Sixth Glass paired with Hautly Blue Cheese Crumbles and Hautly Whole Milk Ricotta
  • Saison Brett draught paired with Goat Cheese
  • And a special sampling of Saison Noir draught

Thursday, May 17 5:00-5:30, 6:00-6:30 and 7:00-7:30
Lukas Liquor Superstore
Hosted by Laura Swanson and Adam Hautly

  • Tank 7 paired with Hautly Aged Provolone (and a cracker)
  • Long Strange paired with Hautly Baby Gouda Round and Volpi Un Mondo Dolce Salami
  • Pale Ale and Single Wide IPA paired with Hautly Extra Sharp White Cheddar and G&W Sausage Landjager
  • Boss Tom’s Golden Bock with Hautly Colby Longhorn

wineandcheeselogo_128x80.jpgTo help celebrate St. Louis Craft Beer Week, The Wine and Cheese Place wanted to put on a tasting just for you. Thursday, August 4th at 6PM, The Wine and Cheese Place will be hosting a tasting pairing Goose Island beer with a selection of different cheeses.

This is now a sold out event, but fortunately for you Paul was kind enough to give us 2 tickets to give away. So, email contest@stlhops.com with the subject line of: Goose Island Beer and Cheese.

As this event is on Thursday, I’ll be picking one random winners tomorrow (08/03/2011) at 9AM.  Send your email now if you want to attend!

A couple of quick notes:

  • If you’ve won something from STL Hops in the past 6 months, please be cool and let someone else enter.
  • If you can’t attend, please don’t enter.
  • You must be 21 or older to enter.
  • No multiple entries.

Look at this nifty pairing guide that Schlafly helped produce for Wisconsin Cheese and Schnucks.  Pretty slick.  (Click to download the PDF)

wineandcheeselogo_128x80.jpg For all of you drooling over the pairings for the Beer and Cheese tasting that’s going on tomorrow, Thursday, September 2nd at 6PM, at The Wine and Cheese Place, I have a contest for you.

Only a few tickets for this event remain, but fortunately for you Paul was kind enough to give us 4 tickets to give away for this event. So, email contest@stlhops.com with the subject line of: Beer and Cheese. A couple of quick notes:

  • If you’ve won something from STL Hops in the past 6 months, please be cool and let someone else enter.
  • You much be 21 or older to enter.
  • No multiple entries.
  • If you don’t think you’ll be able to attend, please don’t enter. I’d like to make sure that people available to attend have a chance to win.

As this event is tomorrow, I’ll be picking two random winners tomorrow (09/02/2010) at 9AM. Send your email now if you want to attend!

I‘d argue that few things in the world pair better than cheese and beer. With that in mind The Wine and Cheese Place on Forsyth will be holding a beer and cheese pairing this Thursday, September 2nd from 6pm-7:30pm. Each pairing has been hand selected by Certified Sommelier, Angela Ortmann (STLwinegirl) to show you the excellent possibilities that beer provides when pairing to cheese.

Here’s a list of the beer and cheese pairings:

  • Double creme paired with Drie Fonteinen Oude Kriek
  • Aged goat paired with DePreof La Grande Blanche and Boulevard Two Jokers Double Wit
  • Pecorino cheese paired with Sierra Nevada Tumbler Brown and Corsendonk Brown Ale
  • English Cheddar paired with Southern Tier 2XIPA and Lagunitas Hop Stoopid
  • Blue Cheese paired with Amager Batch One Danish Barley Wine and Hofstetten Barley Wine

Tickets for this event are $30 and can be made by calling 314-727-8788 or via the TW&CP website.

The Wine and Cheese Place in Rock Hill will be holding their first Beer and Cheese Festival on October 17th from 1PM-4PM. This festival will allow you to sample beers and cheese from around the globe. Here’s a preliminary list of breweries and distributors that have been confirmed for the festival:
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Blakelee from Magic Hat

  • Magic Hat #9
  • Odd Notion Fall 2009
  • Circus Boy
  • Roxy Rolles

Nick from Schlafly

  • Kolsch
  • APA
  • Oat Stout
  • Quadruple
  • Grand Cru
  • Oak-Aged Barleywine
  • (plus he said he might bring a few surpises)

Jack from Missouri Beverage
Distributor of Founders, Mikkeller, Left Hand, Southern Tier, Jolly Pumpkin, Grand Teton, Moylans, O’Fallon, Nogne, and so many more.

Brian from Major Brands
Distributor of Avery, Greene King IPA, Grimbergen, Kronenbourg, Great Divide, Tin Mill, plus more.

This is an open house event, so be sure to swing by and sample some great beer and cheese!

winemerchant.jpgBeer and cheese, there are few better pleasures in life and few things that pair better together.  Don’t believe me?  Well find out for yourself by attending the Artisan Cheese & Craft Beer Tasting at the Wine Merchant in Clayton this Thursday, September 24th, starting at 6PM.

This class will be hosted by Wine Merchant cheesemonger Simon Lehrer.  Simon has taught many different beer and cheese pairings including the ever-popular Schlafly Beer & Cheese tastings.

The cost of this event is $25 and reservations can be made by calling 314-863-6282.