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Archive for April 2012

April 30, 2012

Schlafly Hefeweizen Soon To Join Summer Lager In Cans In St. Louis Metro Area

We’re incredibly excited to announce that Schlafly Hefeweizen (Unfiltered Wheat) has made it into cans for the very first time and they are scheduled to arrive in the St. Louis Metro Area in the coming weeks. In addition to our Helles Style Summer Lager, Hefeweizen is now the second Schlafly beer style to be packaged in aluminum can 12-packs.

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April 28, 2012

How to Declutter Your Home with Schlafly

On Saturday, May 26th, The Schlafly Tap Room will host a brand new one centered about a garage sale and pig roast. The event, cleverly titled PORK SHOP, will allow local residents to sell their gently used stuff to festival attendees who can shop, haggle, and hunt for that hidden bargain. At the end of the day, vendors can easily donate anything they have left to Goodwill, whose onsite donation station will take acceptable donations.

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April 23, 2012

Olfactory Education Series Coming to Bottleworks Cask Night

Hi folks, today we’re going to talk about hop aromatic recognition and our sense of smell, otherwise known as the olfactory system. When we smell something, there is a complex series of events that take place in our nose and brain, as we process aromatics into electric signals sent to our central nervous system.

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April 2, 2012

Schlafly Titanium, An Ebay Auction For A Great Cause, And The Schlafly Beer April Fool's Video Tradition

April Fool’s Day was this past Sunday and that meant that once again, I had the opportunity to dust off the trusty video camera (or in this year’s case, an iPhone) to create a online “commercial” for a new, fake style of Schlafly beer to unleash upon an unsuspecting Internet. 2012 marks the fourth year I have done this, and at this point, for those in on the joke, it’s actually become something of an event that a lot of folks look forward to around here with a good deal of anticipation and besides, it’s something that I have a blast doing.

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April 2, 2012

Top Fermentation - April 2012

Thomas Becket, who was the Archbishop of Canterbury in the 12th century, was one of two English saints named Thomas who were killed by kings named Henry, the other being Sir Thomas More, who was beheaded by Henry VIII in 1535. After Becket was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral in 1170, Henry II became remorseful and…

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April 2, 2012

Top Fermentation - March 2012

Thomas Becket, who was the Archbishop of Canterbury in the 12th century, was one of two English saints named Thomas who were killed by kings named Henry, the other being Sir Thomas More, who was beheaded by Henry VIII in 1535. After Becket was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral in 1170, Henry II became remorseful and…

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