The next time you settle in the sofa for an hour-long escape into a tv drama, be sure to do it right. Enjoy it with the recommended Schlafly beer. And consider my service suggestions for the full experience.
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This weekend we will trial something all together different: no tours. Just tastings. In other words you come in, you sample beers, you walk through the brewery on your way out.
We are getting ready for the Cod & Cask Festival this weekend at the Schlafly Tap Room. On a Tuesday before a festival, everyone is gearing up.
Despite the nearly record breaking heat, BBQ lovers, bargain hunters, and true die-hard fans of Schlafly Beer flocked to the Schlafy Tap Room last Saturday making the inaugural PORK SHOP an unprecedented success.
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.
Dust off your drinking gloves, it’s time for Cabin Fever. For those who do not know, it’s a Schlafly tradition to roll out our strongest beers on the coldest week of the year. I consider it the event that separates the casual Schlafly follower from the die-hard fanatic, one who foregoes the comfort of home for the warmth produced by big beers and fire pits.
Today, we roll out the new look of the Schlafly Imperial Pint (SIP) Club, the program that rewards our restaurant regulars. Members receive great perks: 20 oz. pours, 10% off at the gift shop, special e-mails, and discounts on select events. For $25 a year, it’s a great gift for folks who frequent either the Tap Room or Bottleworks.
Schlafly Bottleworks is a popular place during the holiday season. The free brewery tours are great way for St. Louisans to show off a local favorite to out-of-town guests and visiting relatives. Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your visit…
I love sandwiches. Who doesn’t? They’re portable, convenient, and accessible. Kind of like beer, right? So when I heard about the St. Louis Bread Company Sandwich Showdown, a competition to find the best new sandwich recipe, I had to enter. For a grand prize of $2,500 and bagels for a year, it would be silly not to.
The next two weekends will showcase our two biggest festivals of the year: Art Outside from Friday, Sept. 9th through Sunday, Sept. 11th at Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood and HOP in the City on Sept. 17th at the Schlafly Tap Room downtown.