#missouribeer Archives – PorchDrinking.com
Schlafly Beer | Salted Caramel StoutDecember 20, 2021 | Alexis Dickie
Winter is here, so it is time of the year for beers that warm you up – and Schlafly Beer Salted Caramel Stout is the perfect fit. This soft and delicious Stout is part of Schlafly’s Stout Bout Hall of Fame winter sampler pack.
Boys Are From Märzen Podcast | Libby Crider 2nd Shift BrewingJune 10, 2021 | Kindsey Bernhard
In Episode 45 of the “Boys Are From Märzen” podcast, Kindsey Bernhard is joined by Libby Crider, owner and general manager, of 2nd Shift Brewing in St. Louis, Mo. Read More
Boys Are From Märzen Podcast | Sherry Wohlgemuth Missouri Craft Brewers GuildJanuary 26, 2021 | Kindsey Bernhard
In Episode 21 of the “Boys Are From Märzen” podcast, Kindsey Bernhard is joined by Sherry Wohlgemuth, the executive director of the Missouri Craft Brewers Guild.
Sherry Wohlgemuth was hired as the executive director of the Missouri Craft Brewers Guild in October 2018, becoming the guild’s first full-time, paid employee. Currently, the Missouri Craft Brewers Guild has 55 brewery members and four in the planning stages. The state of Missouri has more than 100 independent craft breweries.
Event Recap | The Side Project InvitationalFebruary 14, 2020 | Eric Griffin
An Inaugural to Remember
It’s been almost two weeks since the Side Project Invitational, and attendees’ heads are still spinning over the experience. Subtitled as “A Festival of Barrel-Aged Stouts & Barleywines,” it was immediately advertised as not for the faint of heart. Strategically placed on Super Bowl Sunday, February 2nd, as the kickoff to Side Project’s annual Stout Week, it brought people from all over the United States to Maplewood, Missouri to see what all the hype was about.
Urban Chestnut Gets Its Circus On for Oktoberfest St Louis 2018September 25, 2018 | Jordan Palmer
Urban Chestnut Brewing Company’s annual Oktoberfest St. Louis returns for its eighth year on Friday, September 28 through Sunday, September 30 at its Midtown Brewery & Biergarten. The festival will span three full days, but with a brand new theme “Biergarten to Big Top” and other new surprises.
Schlafly Debuts New Frugi-Four Sampler PackMay 15, 2017 | Jordan Palmer
Fruit or fruity beers are not for everyone. But that could be said about sours or stouts, and I let them into my life, so why not fruit beers?
So how do these popular spring and summer brews fit into my life and how can you, too, welcome them into yours? This is the question I decided to tackle for no other reason than I love exposing myself to new beers or in this case, beers that have been around but I’ve simply avoided.
Logboat Brewing Company | SnapperMay 15, 2017 | Jordan Palmer
I first discovered Logboat Brewing two years ago, about one year into their existence. If memory serves, it was the Centennial Beer Festival in St. Louis and I walked away after sampling Snapper thinking it was one of finest IPAs I’d had in long time. I made a mental note to remember that something very exciting was going on in Columbia, Missouri with this new brewery “LongBoat.”
Soon, I was bringing home Snapper as my go-to IPA as well as its American cousin Lookout. After a few closer looks at the cans, I finally realized they were not Longboat but Logboat and after a good chuckle at myself, I knew I had found something special.
Event Preview | The Wolpertinger FestivalJanuary 17, 2017 | Jordan Palmer
Outside of St. Louis, the city has been known as the beer capital of the world primarily because of the success of the Anheuser-Busch Company and its flagship brew Budweiser. But inside St. Louis, beer drinkers know the city has a deeper connection to the history of suds then just AB. In fact St. Louis has been in the brewing business for more than two centuries with more than 120 breweries operating at one time.
Ultimate 6er | Best Beers to Hibernate with in St. LouisNovember 17, 2016 | Jordan Palmer
Walking down the sidewalk last week with my son, we literally saw a squirrel with an acorn in his mouth. “He’s stocking up for the winter,” said the 12 year old. “How cool would it be to hibernate?” Wow. Hibernate. I could deal with that. Take off for a few months, do nothing but sleep, eat and drink beer. But the key to a successful hibernation is that you can’t go out. Actually I think that is the definition of hibernation.
Crown Valley Brewing | Saddlebag Imperial StoutMarch 22, 2016 | Jordan Palmer
How far would you drive to drink really good beer? That is the question I asked myself as I took to the road, driving the 80 miles south of St. … Read More
Public House Brewing Celebrates 5th AnniversaryJanuary 29, 2016 | Jordan Palmer
In 2010, Josh & Beth Stacy and Josh & Trisha Goodridge — longtime friends — opened Rolla’s first brewpub. But it was a long, long time in the works. Like any business, there were big ups … Read More