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The Provisions Gourmet Market in Creve Coeur will be holding their Beerfest on September 25th from 12PM-4PM. This festival will feature over 100 different beers to sample.

This event will cost $5 to attend and the first 200 people to sign up will receive a commemorative tasting glass from Schlafly.  Click this link to purchase your ticket online. For more information, be sure to check out the blog post here.

Here’s a preliminary list of beers that have been confirmed for the festival:

  • Schlafly Pumpkin
  • Schlafly Oktoberfest
  • Schlafly Saison
  • Schlafly Kolsch
  • Schlafly APA
  • Schlafly Imperial Stout
  • O’Fallon Pro Am Sweet Nectar Imperial IPA
  • Goose Island Minx
  • Goose Island 312 Urban Wheat Ale
  • Goose Island Honker’s Ale
  • Goose Island India Pale Ale
  • Goose Island Harvest Ale
  • Goose Island Sofie
  • Goose Island Matilda
  • Goose Island Pere Jacques
  • Goose Island Demolition
  • Affligem Dubbel
  • Avery #16
  • Avery Collaboration not Litigation
  • Avery White Rascal
  • Avery New World Porter
  • Great Divide Rumble
  • Great Divide Double Wit
  • Great Divide Espresso Oak Yeti
  • Great Divide Belgica
  • New Belgium LOF Transatlantique Kriek
  • New Beligian LOF La Folie
  • Pyramid Audacious Ale
  • Pyramid Hefeweizen
  • Pyramid Juggernaut
  • Magic Hat #9
  • Magic Hat HEX
  • Magic Hat HI.P.A
  • Magic Hat Fall Odd Notion, Green Apple Wit
  • Sam Adams Octoberfest
  • Sam Adams Black Lager
  • Hofbrau Oktoberfest 5L keg
  • Hofbrau Dunkel
  • Charleville Half Wit Wheat
  • Charleville Hoptimistic IPA
  • Boulevard Bob’s 47
  • Boulevard AMBER ALE
  • Boulevard Single Wide IPA
  • Breckenridge Vanilla Porter
  • Leinenkugels Octoberfest
  • Augusta Farmhouse Tripel
  • Augusta Witbier
  • Delirium Tremens
  • Arcadia Sky High Rye
  • Bear Republic Hop Rod Rye
  • Bear Republic Racer 5
  • Cathedral Square Belgian IPA
  • Cathedral Square Wit
  • Cathedral Square Tripel
  • Cathedral Square Iglesia
  • Corsendonk Brown
  • Founders Breakfast Stout
  • Founders Curmudgeon
  • Founders Red’s Rye
  • Grand Teton Tail Waggin
  • La Chouffe
  • La Fin du Monde
  • Left Hand Milk Stout
  • O’Fallon Hemp Hop
  • O’Fallon Wee Heavy
  • Saison Dupont
  • Ska Decadent
  • Ska Pinstripe Red
  • So Tier Farmers Tan
  • So Tier Pumking
  • Tallgrass Buffalo Sweat
  • Tallgrass Kold CANS
  • Woodchuck Amber
  • Woodchuck Granny Smith
  • Woodchuck Dark
  • Woodchuck Pear
  • Bells Oktoberfest
  • Spaten Oktoberfest
  • Paulaner Oktoberfest
  • Paulaner Pils
  • Paulaner Hefe
  • Paulaner Salvator
  • Ayinger Oktoberfest
  • Abita Wit
  • Bells Pale Ale
  • Rochefort 10
  • Lindemans Faro
  • Lindemans Cassis
  • Rogue John John Juniper
  • Sierra Nevada Torpedo
  • Sierra Nevada Tumbler
  • Fullers Vintage Ale
  • Youngs Double Chocolate Stout
  • Sam Smiths Raspberry
  • Sam Smith Oatmeal Stout

provisions.GIFI’m pleased to announce that the winner for the two tickets to tonight’s Provisions Market Beer Dinner winner is Timothy Schweigerdt! Congrats to Timothy and thanks everyone for entering. As always, if you didn’t win, don’t be too upset, once again I have some cool stuff to give away soon.

I once again want to thank Paul from the The Wine and Cheese Place for donating the two tickets to this fantastic dinner. A few tickets for this dinner still remain, if you’re interested in attending, you can purchase them here.

provisions.GIFTo help celebrate St. Louis Craft Beer Week, Provisions Market wanted to put on a special event just for you. Tomorrow, Tuesday, April 26th at 6PM, Provisions will be hosting a tasting pairing craft beer with a selection of specially designed dishes.

The neat part about this meal is they will be squaring off a “classic” version of a style versus a “new” version. Here’s a look at the menu:

BREAKFAST:
Crab and Cheese Frittata
Saison Dupont vs. Goose Island Sofie

LUNCH:
Chicken Mole Enchilada
Newcastle Brown Ale vs. New Hollands Mole Ocho.

AFTERNOON SNACK:
Ham and Potato Croquettes, Meatballs, Cheese Straws
O’Haras Irish Red vs. Moylans Danny’s Irish Red

DINNER:
Smoked Beef Brisket with Onion-Tomato Au Jus
Aecht Rauchbier vs. Haandbryggeriet Norwegian Wood

DESSERT:
Caramel Cheesecake
Young’s Luxury Double Chocolate Stout vs. Boulevard Smokestack Dark Truth Stout

A few tickets for this dinner remain, but fortunately for you Paul from the The Wine and Cheese Place was kind enough to give us 2 tickets to give away for this event. So, email contest@stlhops.com with the subject line of: Provisions Market. 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 won passes for the Wine and Cheese Place Beerfest, you can still enter, that doesn’t count.
  • You must be 21 or older to enter.
  • No multiple entries.

As this event is tomorrow, I’ll be picking two random winners tomorrow (04/26/2010) at 9AM. Send your email now if you want to attend!

I’ve made a change in how the beer tastings will be listed in the Friday Round-Up, it’s going to be a week’s worth of tastings starting with the Friday that the list is posted. So if you’re a retail shop, bar, restaurant, brewery or distributor and want me to list your tasting, make sure to email me at mike@stlhops.com.

Today, from 4PM to 6:30PM the Wine and Cheese Place in Clayton will be hosting a tasting featuring Abita Jockamo IPA, 2009 Arcadia Cereal Killer Barelywine, 2010 Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Barleywine, Eurige Classic Alt, Eurige Sticke Alt, Eurige Doppelsticke Alt, and New Belgium Ranger IPA. Additional information can be found at their blog.

Cory from deVine Wines and Spirts, located at 2961 Dougherty Ferry Rd, holds a beer tasting every Wednesday evening from from 5PM to 8PM. Each Wednesday will offer up a few new beers for you to taste. Swing on by and check it out.

Provisions Market in Creve Coeur will be sampling a variety of these beers: Boulevard Collaboration No.1 Imperial Pilsner, New Belgium Ranger IPA, Lakefront Big Easy Imperial Maibock, and Samuels Adams Noble Pils. This tasting will be tomorrow, Saturday, February 6th and will run from 2PM-7PM.

Once again, if you’re a retail shop, bar, restaurant, brewery or distributor and want me to list your tasting, make sure to email me at mike@stlhops.com.

Provisions Gourmet Market in Creve Coeur will be holding a Beer and Food Pairing on Tuesday, November 10 from 6:30-7:45pm.

1st Course
provisions.GIFFontina & Argula Salad with Blackberry Vinaigrette
Paired with Cantillon St. Lamvinus

2nd Course
Chicken and Sausage Gumbo
Paired with Avery DuganA
Plus another IPA

3rd Course
Wiener Schnitzel with Gruyere Spätzle
Paired with Great Divide Tripel

4th Course
Baby Bison Burgers with Tomato Relish & Sharp Cheddar
Paired with Beer Here Pumpernickel Porter

5th Course
Warm Chocolate Bread Pudding with Coffee Mousse
Paired with Dieu du Ciel Aphrodisiac

The cost of this event is $25 per person and reservations can be made by clicking the link here.

I’ve made a change in how the beer tastings will be listed in the Friday Round-Up, it’s going to be a week’s worth of tastings starting with the Friday that the list is posted. So if you’re a retail shop, bar, restaurant, brewery or distributor and want me to list your tasting, make sure to email me at mike@stlhops.com.

Today, from 4PM to 6:30PM the Wine and Cheese Place in Clayton will be having a tasting featuring Laughing Dog Alpha Dog, Lips of Faith La Folie, Lips of Faith Biere de Mars, Lips of Faith Fleur Misseur, Lips of Faith Transatlantique Kriek, and Boulevard Smokestack Seeyoulator Doppelbock (if it arrives.) Additional information can be found at their blog.
Joe Parisi from Schnucks Culinaria will be sampling the current 4 brews from Charleville, including the new Explicit APA, on Saturday from 1-4pm.  They’re calling their Saturday tastings “Beer Study”.

Provisions Market in Creve Coeur will be sampling a variety of these beers: He’Brew Rejewvenator Year of the Date, He’Brew Rejewvenator Year of the Fig, Southern Tier Harvest Ale, Mendocino Autumn Lager, and Bell’s Oktoberfest. This tasting will be today, Friday, August 28th and will run from 5PM-7PM.

Once again, if you’re a retail shop, bar, restaurant, brewery or distributor and want me to list your tasting, make sure to email me at mike@stlhops.com.

I’ve made a change in how the beer tastings will be listed in the Friday Round-Up, it’s going to be a week’s worth of tastings starting with the Friday that the list is posted. So if you’re a retail shop, bar, restaurant, brewery or distributor and want me to list your tasting, make sure to email me at mike@stlhops.com.

Provisions Market in Creve Coeur will be sampling a variety of these beers: Breckenridge Small Batch Mighty Brown, Southern Tier Heavy Weizen, Southern Tier Creme Brulee Stout, and Left Hand Oktoberfest. This tasting will be today, Friday, July 31st and will run from 5PM-7PM.

Once again, if you’re a retail shop, bar, restaurant, brewery or distributor and want me to list your tasting, make sure to email me at mike@stlhops.com.