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fraisecasseeCollaborations not only allow brewers to work on something together, but also usually provide some unique creations.  Such is the case when Six Row Brewing was approached by The OG, the St. Louis Women’s Craft Beer Collective, to brew up a a special beer they’re calling Fraise Cassèe.

Avid homebrewers Abbey Spencer and Kathy DeLassus developed the recipe for Fraise Cassèe last year and debuted it at the Flying Saucer.  It was such a hit that Evan Hiatt from Six Row was eager to work with Abbey and Kathy to scale this up to a full batch.  Here’s a description of the beer:

Fraise Cassèe (Broken Strawberry) is The OG’s signature Strawberry Saison recipe brewed in collaboration with Six Row Brewing COmpany. A traditional saison with the addition of pureed strawberry makes for a delightfully tart and dry ale with a hint of black pepper and a strawberry finish.

Beginning the first week of April you’ll be begin seeing a limited amount of bottles and draft around the St. Louis area.  And of course you’ll be able to find some at the Six Row tasting room as well. A perfect beer for the beginning of spring!

Today, from 4PM to 6PM the Wine and Cheese Place in Clayton will hold its weekly Friday beer tasting in which they will be pouring: 2nd Shift Mullineaux No.3, To Øl Sleep Over Coffee IIPA, Urban Chestnut Fantasyland, Urban Chestnut SLIPILS, Urban Chestnut H.M.S., and Urban Chestnut Stammtisch. Additional information can be found at their blog.

Today, from 4PM to 6PM the Wine and Cheese Place on New Ballas will continue their Friday beer tastings to celebrate the store’s expanded selection. Tyler from Morgan Street will be sampling the following beers: Avery Out Of Bounds Stout, Sam Adams Winter Lager, New Belgium Accumulation White IPA, and Southern Tier Tripel Cafe. Additional information can be found at their blog.

Cathedral Square‘s Jerad Gardner will be at Fields Foods today from 4-6PM today and Whole Foods Brentwood from 1-3PM tomorrow. He’ll be sampling a variety of Cathedral Square’s products. Go on out and say “hi” to Jerad.

Six Row Brewing will be doing a few tastings this weekend starting with a tasting at Craft Beer Celler in Clayton from 5-7PM today, where they’ll be pouring samples of Vanilla Porter and First Crack. There will also be a tasting at Vom Fass in Maplewood from 2-4PM on Saturday, December 13th where they will be sampling First Crack.

Also on Wednesday, the Naked Vine holds a beer tasting from 5-7PM. This tasting will give you a chance to try some of Naked Vine’s offerings and is absolutely free. Check out their Twitter feed for more updates.

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

oshaysIt’s hockey season and we’re all rooting for the Blues to go all the way this year. (Oh please, stop breaking our hearts!) The best place to watch the Blues this season? O’Shay’s Pub.

Not only does O’Shay’s have a great selection of rotating craft beers, they’re doing something special during the hockey season by pairing with breweries to do special events each month. This month they’re working with another local powerhouse, Six Row Brewing.

To kick off this month’s partnership, O’Shay’s is hosting a Six Row Tap Takeover this Saturday, November 8th from 7-10PM. They’ll be featuring Whale, Double IPA, and Vanilla Porter on tap along with cans of Arch Nemesis Midnight Black IPA and Sunshine Slowdown.

Six Row and O’Shay’s will be giving away swag throughout the tap takeover this Saturday. Thomas from Six Row will also be on hand giving out some samples.

And for every Six Row beer purchased during the month of November, O’Shay’s will put your name in a drawing for two Blues tickets! Drink beer and possibly win tickets? That’s a power play.

tuckersOld school meets new school at Tucker’s Place in Soulard is hosting a tap takeover featuring Six Row Brewing Company. Starting at 6PM tomorrow, Wednesday, September 24th, Six Row will be breaking out some tasty offerings including the Double IPA, Whale, Killer Whale, Punktoberfest, and Arch Nemesis Midnight.

If you’re one of those people that can’t make a decision, Tuckers will be offering flights to sample all of the beers. All of the beers will be on tap until they run out. So head on out to Tuckers to enjoy a tasty steak and some tasty beer from Six Row.

tigin.stlSix Row Brewing Company has partnered with Tigin Irish Pub to put on a beer dinner this Wednesday, July 16th beginning at 7PM. This meal will be four courses and will run you $35 per person. Reservations can be made by calling 314-241-8666 or via this link. Here’s a look at the menu:

1st Course
Sriracha Infused Handmade Toasted Ravioli
Double IPA

2nd Course
Baby Iceberg Salad with Octo-vinaigrette
Honey Weizen

Main Course
Stuffed BBQ Pork Loin with Potato Salad and Fair Corn
Killer Whale

Mocha Java Gooey Butter Cake


Canned craft beer is big business in St. Louis right now.  We’ve seen Kirkwood Station Brewing Co. and 4 Hands Brewing show up with new cans in the market and I’m happy to announce that Six Row Brewing is canning beer as well.

Utilizing the same mobile canning unit that KSB and 4 Hands are using, Six Row decided to make a splash and bring out a 16oz 4-pack of cans as well.  But new packaging wasn’t enough for head brewer Evan Hiatt, he decided to give Six Row a bit of a refresh and introduce two new beers as well.

If all goes to plan, beginning late next week we should be seeing 4-packs of Whale and two new offerings: Sunshine Slowdown and Arch Nemesis Midnight Black IPA.

Sunshine Slowdown is a Six Row’s take on a American-style Cream Ale, which is perfect for the warm summer months. The Arch Nemesis is a bigger monster, a Black IPA coming in at 8.5% ABV with 80 IBUs.

These are going to be year-round beers and if everything goes the way Six Row expects, a fourth seasonal can should be online later this autumn. Great to have another can option here in St. Louis!

acbw_badge2Chances are if you visit this blog you know that May 13-19 is American Craft Beer Week.  If you did not know this, don’t feel bad, Six Row Brewing Company and Square One Brewery have you covered. Here’s a look at the events happening at these two locations this week:

Square One:

Monday through Friday May 13-17 from 5-7 pm Dr. John Witte will be the guest bartender at Square One Brewery and Distillery.

Enjoy a few pints (try our Maibock, Saison or Our GAL or any of your year round favorites) and pick the brewers brain. Wish John a happy brewers birthday (April 27 was 19 years professionally brewing in St. Louis) and you will get $1.00 off your purchase of any logo glassware.

Saturday May 18 Square One will host its monthly beer and spirits school-with a twist. This month will feature a beer and cheese tasting, hosted by Dr. Witte, along with the usual history lesson and brewery tour. Class is limited to the first 25 who call the restaurant to register and begins at 11 am. A handful of spots are still available.

Six Row Brewing:

All week long we’ll be pouring Llewellyn’s Pretender to the Throne Hoppy Wheat, a beer brewed just for the Llewellyn’s Pubs and available exclusively at their six St. Louis area locations and, for a limited time only, at Six Row’s pub.

Monday, May 13: Killer Whale Returns! After a half-year hibernation, our big, beautiful barleywine resurfaces once again. On tap when we open at 4PM, on the 13th.

Tuesday, May 14: Amarillo dry-hopped cask of Red Eye. Our session Red IPA, cask conditioned with Amarillo hops, available from open to close at a special price of $4/pint.

Wednesday, May 15: Belgians are back! Ambree (our Belgian Single) and our 3rd Anniversary Tripel will be on tap from open to close.

Thursday, May 16: Baumann’s Bacon Porter cask, tapping at 4PM. Don’t miss this rare and popular delicacy. Our regular draft Porter will be back on tap, after a brief hiatus, at the pub as well.

Friday, May 17: TGIPA! All IPAs are $4, including our DIPA, Red Eye and selections from our single dry-hop DIPA series including Simcoe, Mosaic, Warrior, and several others, rotating on tap throughout the day, from open until close.

Saturday, May 18: Stout Saturday! We’ll be serving our Export Stout, Russian Imperial Stout and Oak-aged Sour Export Stout (aged over a year in oak barrels). All Stouts are $4/glass or try all 3 in a specially priced Stout Sampler, from open to close.