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MBSL_117556_ITap_Firestone_R1Sad that you missed out on Firestone Walker Invitational Beer Festival? I can’t say I blame you, it’s one of the best beer festivals I’ve been to and one of the reasons is to try some of the delicious Barrelworks Wild Ales.

Well, you may not be able to go out to Paso Robles, but the International Tap House and Firestone Walker are bringing a little of the FWIBF to you.  This Sunday, February 21st, starting at 2PM iTAP CWE will be tapping four very special funky beers for you to sip on.

The line-up includes:

  • 2015 Sour Opal
  • 2015 Agrestic
  • 2015 and 2016 Bretta Weisse

And funky beer needs funky music, so iTAP’s on Chuck Parson will be playing some funktastic jams to keep you in the mood.

itap-LOGOA lot of people talk about trends in craft beer. One of those trends are funky and sour beers. But let’s be honest, funky beers aren’t a trend, they’re the original beers.

Before the days of stainless steel and caustic, beers were aged in wood and inoculated in the open air. These beers were funky from the get-go. This isn’t a trend, it’s revisiting how beer used to be made.

To celebrate these funky beers, the International Tap House in Soulard is throwing their last monthly Sunday Funkday of the year this Sunday, August 31st beginning at 1PM. Here’s the line-up of beers:

August Sunday Funk Day

itap-LOGOA lot of people talk about trends in craft beer. One of those trends are funky and sour beers. But let’s be honest, funky beers aren’t a trend, they’re the original beers.

Before the days of stainless steel and caustic, beers were aged in wood and inoculated in the open air. These beers were funky from the get-go. This isn’t a trend, it’s revisiting how beer used to be made.

To celebrate these funky beers, the International Tap House in Soulard is throwing their monthly Sunday Funkday this Sunday, June 27th beginning at 1PM. Here’s the line-up of beers:

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sundayfunkday522A lot of people talk about trends in craft beer. One of those trends are funky and sour beers. But let’s be honest, funky beers aren’t a trend, they’re the original beers.

Before the days of stainless steel and caustic, beers were aged in wood and inoculated in the open air. These beers were funky from the get-go. This isn’t a trend, it’s revisiting how beer used to be made.

To celebrate these funky beers, the International Tap House in Soulard is throwing their monthly Sunday Funkday this Sunday, May 25th beginning at 1PM. Here’s the line-up of beers:

Petrus Aged Pale
Petrus Oud Bruin
Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere
Jolly Pumpkin Bam Noire
Liefmans Goudenband
St. Louis Gueuze Fond Tradition
Perennial Regalia
Perennial Hopfentea
Perennial Ginger Pear Regalia
Firestone Walker Opal

And for those of you that like funky music along with your funky beers, STL Hops’ own Jim Leabig (MF Grocery) will be spinning records (I am a liar, Jim will not be spinning records, but there will be tunes) from 2PM-4PM. Celebrate the original beers this Sunday at iTAP.