Brothers Jarid and Justin Safell expect their Dogtown brewpub, Heavy Riff Brewing Company, to be open by St. Patrick's Day, Feast Magazine reports.
The maple wood bar is built, and will soon have the finish of an old violin. It will also have electrical outlets within easy reach of anyone on a bar stool. That's so anyone with a low cell phone battery can plug and and stay for another beer, Justin Safell told Patch.
Jarid Safell told Feast about some of their beers.
“Every Halloween we release our Evil Pumpkin Imperial Porter, and we're really excited about that, of course,” Jarid Safell says. “There's also our American Slang with orange peel and honey. It's our unique vibe on classic style American pale ale.” Eight or nine of the pub's 15 taps will be dedicated to house brews, with the remaining featuring beers from around the world.
Read the full article in Feast.
The brewpub is at 6413 Clayton Avenue. Find them on Facebook.
Read more in Patch:
- New Brew Pub to Open in Dogtown in Time for St. Patrick's Day
- New Doughnut Shop Planning to Open in Maplewood
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- Is Maplewood's Boom Slowing Down?
Patch editor Doug Miner's brother-in-law, Matt Walters, was the carpenter of the bar.