I read the New York Times daily. I like the food section on a Wednesday and the travel section on the Sunday. I flip through the beer and food magazines and I surf the web. I read about all those “other” places where exciting things are happening and find myself wondering why aren’t more people talking about St. Louis?
The Schlafly Beer Employee Blog
Archive for February 2011
Tonight kicks off the 2011 rendition of our annual Cod & Cask Festival at the Schlafly Tap Room and that means it’s once again time for…Plokkfiskur! That’s right. What? Did you think I was going to say Fish n’ Fries or Cask Beer?
The St. Louis Post Dispatch wrote today that the “Sale of Schlafly Brewer Nears”. This is an update on our succession planning. When you read the article, you will read that we have sent information to some potential local investors, “but it’s not to the point where there are formal discussions with any one party.”
One of the highlights of Richard Nixon’s presidency was his trip to China in February of 1972. While there he met with Prime Minister Chou En Lai in the walled garden of the Forbidden City. In the course of their conversation he asked Chou, “What do you think was the impact of the French Revolution?” After reflecting for a moment the prime minister replied, “It’s too soon to tell.” He made this comment shortly after…