Schlafly Beer. Brewed in St. Louis.
  • Grapefruit IPA

    American hops and yeast combined with pounds of grapefruit puree create intricate layers of tart aromas and a crisp hoppiness that make this citusy style as approchable as any.

  • Hard Cider

    Our Hard Apple Cider is just the right balance of dry, crisp apple flaor with a bit of sweetness in the finish. This is a great beverage akin to a champagne and not as sweet as some of the ciders on the market today. 

  • House Brown Ale

    Our House Brown Ale is a nice malty sweet brown ale, brewed with tons of  Cascade hops in the whirlpool, after boiling, but before fermentation.  This beer is not dry hopped, but still has a good hop flavor and some hop aroma.  We use a precise amount of dark chocolate malt to achieve the brown (not amber or black) color. 

  • Hefeweizen

    Our Hefeweizen is a light, unfiltered wheat beer, often served with a wedge of lemon.
  • Kölsch

    Our Kölsch is a classic golden ale that uses a centuries old yeast strain sourced from a famous Kölsch brewer in Köln, Germany.
  • Oatmeal Stout

    Our Oatmeal Stout is a classic British-style stout brewed with flaked oatmeal and roasted barley.
  • Pale Ale

    Our flagship Pale Ale is a smooth, balanced, copper-colored session beer with mildly spiced flavor and aroma from the East Kent Goldings hops.
  • Hop Trial: Denali

    We begin the process by combining a base malt and single hop to create a simple SMASH beer. This brings out the individual qualities of each ingredient, making the profile of our featured hop variety the true focus.  The finished beer is then tested by our Quality Assurance team before it’s released to the consumers, whose feedback is crucial (and welcome) in order to determine the future potential of pursuing a particular hop to use in our beers.

  • Farmhouse IPA

    This innovative beer combines the traditional use of a French yeast strain with three American hops, two of which are used for dry-hopping: Centennial for both bitterness and flavor, and the complex Mosaic hop for fruity and earthy aromas. 

  • Double Bean Blonde

    Brewed with Ghanaian cocoa nibs and blended with a coffee toddy with Tanzanian beans roasted by St. Louis’ own Kaldi’s Coffee, this luscious golden ale delivers the unmistakable flavors and aromas of coffee and the smooth richness of chocolate.

  • Raspberry Hefeweizen

    Our Raspberry Hefeweizen is a true fruit beer, not a fruit-flavored beer. We add pureed raspberries to our Hefeweizen during the primary fermentation process.
  • Summer Lager

    Our Helles-Style Summer Lager is a bright, golden beer, perfect for summertime.
  • Walking Tree Wheat

    Our easy-to-drink, flavorful Hefeweizen made its debut as one of the first four beers to be brewed at the Schlafly Tap Room. It’s not a traditional German Hefeweizen with notable clove and yeast aromas; rather, it’s made with 30% American white wheat and balanced with sweet golden malted barley and U.S. hops that evoke a hint of spice. For a tropical twist, we’ve added mango purée during the fermentation stage. The cloudiness comes from the absence of filtration, giving it a smooth, full body and a prominent grain flavor that offers superb drinkability.

  • Continental IPA

    As a tribute to St. Louis’ World’s Fair Exposition in 1904, when people and sights from around the world descended upon the city, our Expo IPA features nine hops from renowned farms across the globe. Our personal relationships with these farmers give us access to rare varieties chosen for their notable attributes, emphasized when blended with quality grains and water sourced from our unique confluence of rivers. To achieve an approachable yet bold and balanced IPA, we showcase Australian hops for their citrus notes, American hops for their piney aromas, and UK/European hops for a clean base bitterness.

  • Europils

    While on the lighter side, this exceptional example of a traditional lager is still rich in flavor with a medium-bodied malt character evened out by earthy aromas, hop bitterness, and an invigorating crisp finish.

Schlafly Bottleworks

Sunday
11am—10pm
Restaurant until 9pm

Monday & Tuesday
11am—11pm
Restaurant until 10pm

Wednesday & Thursday
11am—midnight
Restaurant until 10pm

Friday & Saturday
11am—midnight
Restaurant until 11pm

The restaurant accepts reservations of 25 or less for all hours of business, except for Friday and Saturday after 5:00 p.m and during Beer Festivals. All reservations are forfeit if your party has not arrived by 15 minutes after your scheduled reservation.

We accept all major credit cards. Sorry, no personal checks. No separate checks, but multiple payments are accepted. Cake fee, $2 per person. Corkage fee, $12.

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Hand-crafted in small batches