(St. Louis, MO): This Saturday, July 27th marks the beginning of the fifth annual St. Louis Craft Beer Week. This huge celebration begins with Beer and Brats at 33 Wine Shop and Tasting Bar and the Midwest Belgian Beer Festival at Perennial Artisan Ales and will culminate on August 4th with the Schurcipefones Closing Ceremonies at The Bridge Tap House.
There are now over 80 events spread over nine days during St. Louis Craft Beer Week that will provide beer lovers with an opportunity to immerse themselves in a small sample of what the city’s beer scene has to offer. With events taking place each night throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area, beer lovers and beer novices alike will find something that will not only quench their thirst, but also will teach them a thing or two about the bountiful brew.
Events will include Tap Takeovers, Beer Dinners, Meet the Brewer, Barrel-aged beer tastings, Firkin Fest and the second annual Midwest Belgian Beer Festival. Some of the locations include Quincy Street Bistro, Flying Saucer, Llywelyn’s Pub, Schlafly Tap Room, Milagro Modern Mexican, Perennial Artisan Ales, Cicero’s, International Tap House, The Libertine, 4 Hands Brewing Company, Urban Chestnut Brewing Company, Pastaria, and Handlebar.
The nine days of events have been scheduled to provide non-stop craft beer appreciation. For more information, please visit http://www.stlbeerweek.com/ or call Mike Sweeney at 314-283-8518.
Company: Saint Louis Craft Beer Week
Contact: Mike Sweeney