Saturday, May 11, 2013
No, the St. Louis beer makers aren't moving--but they will be offering their products in New York starting Monday.
Schlafly is branching out--the St. Louis craft brewer's beers will make their debut in New York City starting May 13, Evan S. Benn reports for Esquire. "Outside of a small distribution footprint in the D.C. area, New York is the first place to get Schlafly beers beyond a 300-mile radius of St. Louis," according to the report. "For Schlafly co-founder Dan Kopman, this will be his second foray into selling beer in New York. He tried it back in the '80s, when he was a stateside salesman for Young's Brewery in London. It didn't go well. He got lost on the subway and had beer equipment stolen from his rental car." Find out which Schlafly styles Benn recommends to first-timers on Esquire. Catch up on the latest Brentwood and Maplewood business…
Saturday, April 20, 2013
The St. Louis craft brewers new space will be bigger than Schlafly Bottleworks.
St. Louis beer fans have likely heard the good news already--Urban Chestnut will be able to dramatically increase their barrel production with a new craft brewery in The Grove. They are investing $10 million into the former Renard Paper Co. building at 4465 Manchester Ave., St. Louis Business-Journal reports. An opening is not slated until early 2014, according to the report. Keep up with the latest news by subscribing to our free daily newsletter! Urban Chestnut has been open just two years, according to our partners at FOX2. When finished, the new space will be the largest craft brewery in the St. Louis area--an honor currently held by Maplewood's Schlafly Bottleworks, St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. It will allow Urban Chestnut to …
Saturday, July 7, 2012
The steel and wood structure spans 1600 square feet and seats 140 people.
Thursday, May 3, 2012
St. Louis is one of 31 cities nominated for the honor of BeerCity USA 2012. Will you vote?
In honor of the BeerCity, USA contest, Patch wants to know: What's the best beer in St. Louis Patchlandia? Where's the best place to grab some suds? Where do the real beer lovers of your Patch go? Tell us in the comments, or tweet @StLouisLindsay. Maplewood-Brentwood Patch folks: this article is shared around the different St. Louis Patches, so it can't be specific, but here in Maplewood-Brentwood-Land, we've got Schlafly Bottleworks, right? Just saying.