Schlafly Beer is proud to be St.Louis’ largest locally owned independent brewery. Each year, they brew about 50 unique styles of fresh beer, roughly half of which is bottled & half of which are exclusively available on draft at their 2 brewery-restaurants. The Schlafly Tap Room in Downtown St. Louis first opened its doors in 1991 & holds the distinction of being the 1st new brewpub to open in Missouri since Prohibition.
The reward for attending this year's Hopfenfest at Urban Chestnut Brewing Co. in St. Louis. Seitz Farm, Terroir Lager, $5.99/bottle.
Home Brew Beer Fridge Sticker 300mm x 210mm on Etsy, $8.30
Lemp Brewery Bottle Corker, 1870. This bottle-corking machine was once used at the Lemp Brewery. Once called the Western Brewing Company, Lemp Brewery was St. Louis’s earliest (and at one time most prosperous) brewing operation. The company was also one of the first in the country to brew German lager beer. Despite its popularity, thriving into the early part of the twentieth century, Lemp was unable to outlast the Prohibition era. The company ended operations in 1920. Missouri History Museum