The Schlafly Beer Employee Blog

August 1, 2011

Meet the Farmer: Three Rivers Community Farm

Three Rivers Community Farm is a small, chemical-free vegetable farm that was started in December 2006 by Amy Cloud and Segue Lara in Elsah, Illinois. Their mission is to provide a local source of naturally grown food through sustainable agriculture practices.

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July 20, 2011

The Mussels From Brussels

This coming Friday and Saturday marks the return of Belgian Beer & Mussel Mania to the Schlafly Tap Room; our annual festival where we cook up close to 2000 fresh mussels (“moules”) flown in direct from Penn Cove Shellfish Co. in Penn Cove, WA. and wash them down with an assortment of Belgian style beers brewed right here in downtown St. Louis, MO.

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July 7, 2011

Meet the Farmer: Marcoot Jersey Creamery

The Marcoot family has lived in the Bond-Madison County area in Illinois since 1840 when they were actually the “Markut” family. The Markuts changed their name to the Old World spelling of “Marcoot” and began raising Jersey cattle by mid-century. Seven generations of Marcoots have raised Jersey cattle and, in March 2010, the family added to their legacy by starting the Marcoot Jersey Creamery.

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July 6, 2011

Schlafly Beer Flys Into Lambert-St.Louis International Airport

Next time you head to the Schlafly Tap Room, make sure to first remove your shoes and remember that all of your liquids and gels need to be in 3 ounce containers. Huh?!

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July 4, 2011

The "A" In AIPA Stands For American

Every year on the 4th of July we celebrate the anniversary of our country declaring independence from Great Britain by lighting off fireworks, getting together with family and friends and treating ourselves to backyard barbecues and beers, and no beer in the history of the United States of America is more patriotic than our Schlafly American IPA. Our American IPA, quite literally, is handcrafted with real bits of America, so you know it works.

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June 30, 2011

Top Fermentation - July 2011

Over the years I’ve often used the term AR as a proprietary acronym when referring to the alert readers of this column. So, imagine my surprise upon reading in The Wall Street Journal that AR is the way techies typically refer to augmented reality. Upon further investigation (with assistance from I discovered that there are literally hundreds of other ARs out there, ranging from animal rights to…

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June 30, 2011

Schlafly Heads North To Iowa Along The Avenue Of The Saints

The travel writer Bill Bryson, when asked where he was from once wrote, “I am from Iowa, someone has to be”.  I was born in St. Louis and I am fortunate to have lived in the north of Scotland and have travelled far and wide but I had never been to Iowa.

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June 22, 2011

Schlafly Beer Soon To Be Brewed in Nashville

For most of the last 20 years, we have focused mostly on just brewing great beer and throwing the odd party or two.  Now, at a time when our Country is facing many challenges, the employees of Schlafly Beer are dealing with what friends tell me are “good problems”.

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June 17, 2011

Where To Find Schlafly Beer At The Stadium

For years, Schlafly Beer could only be found in one or two locations at the home of the St. Louis Baseball Cardinals. If you go back and take a look at some of our old Schlafly “Baseball” t-shirt designs, it’s clear that we had no problem playing up the fact that Schlafly was pretty hard to find at Busch Stadium and in some ways, the search was kind of part of the fun of being a Schlafly Fan at a stadium that, in more than just name, was truly a monument to our much larger brothers in brewing down the street.

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June 14, 2011

Tales From The Interwebs: "Yours truly..........The Head" is our generic email address which as luck would have it, (Spoiler Alert!) flows straight into my InBox.  This is the email address for folks who don’t know who they want to talk to, so it gets everything from legit questions about where to find Schlafly beer to requests from beer label collectors in Eastern Europe (can anyone tell me why everyone in Eastern Europe collects beer labels?).

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