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Both International Tap House locations will host Summit Brewing Company  “Keep the Pint” nights this week. You can grab these pint glasses made exclusively for the St. Louis market at the Chesterfield location on Tuesday, May 29th starting at 6PM.

Want to stay closer to the city? Well they’ve got you covered at the Soulard location also. Come out to Soulard on Thursday, May 31 at 6PM and you can grab one there.

Summit will be pouring:

  • Oatmeal Stout Nitro
  • Maibock
  • Unchained #9 Dunkel Weizen

For those of you that are looking to add another glass to your ever growing collections, be sure not to miss out on these very special glasses.

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 and 7PM school is being taught by Bruce Studley from Summit Brewing Company. Bruce will be on hand to discuss and sample some Summit beers including the Pale Ale, Oatmeal Stout, Red Ale, and Porter. 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

It’s amazing how quickly the disparity between breweries available in Missouri and Illinois is quickly getting smaller and smaller.  Many beers that were once only available to us in Southern Illinois have quickly found their way into the St. Louis market.

One of those brands that’s made the journey across the river is Summit Brewing Company.  To celebrate the release of the newest brewery in St. Louis, Summit Distributing (no relation) is throwing a few launch parties today and tomorrow around the area.  Here’s a list of events going down:

5:30 – 6:30 Cicero’s  (Extra Pale Ale & Oatmeal Stout)
6:45 – 7:45 Blueberry Hill (Extra Pale Ale)
8:00 – 9:00 Three Kings  (Oatmeal Stout)

5:30 – Chesterfield International Tap House (Extra Pale Ale & Oatmeal Stout)
8:00 – Soulard International Tap House (Extra Pale Ale & Oatmeal Stout)

I’m being told this initial launch will feature only draught product and that bottles won’t be far behind. It’s always great to have another excellent brewery in St. Louis and these launch parties will give you a great opportunity to try some of Summit’s fine beer.