#stl Archives – PorchDrinking.com
Melvin Brewing’s St. Louis Location Changes Ownership & Launches Renaming CampaignMay 12, 2023 | Brian Margiotta
Since the Roadhouse Brewery Group completed its acquisition of Melvin Brewing Co. last December, the future of Melvin Brewing’s Eureka location in the St. Louis area has been uncertain. This week, both Melvin Brewing & the St. Louis Brewers Heritage Foundation revealed new details on the future of Melvin Brewing Eureka.
Side Project Brewing | M.J.K. BarleywineDecember 22, 2021 | Eric Griffin
It is so difficult to address the true outcome of a beer so heavily shrouded by hype. It’s no secret to the craft beer community that Side Project Brewing boasts one of, if not the best, barrel programs in the world. Even the likes of M.J.K., a beer representing the culmination of their barleywine production, finds itself constantly under scrutiny, for the most part by those who will never actually have a chance to try it themselves. Again provided with an incredibly rare opportunity to open yet another La Coterie exclusive bottle, M.J.K. was one in particular that needed a showcase.
Griesedieck Brothers Brewing | Golden PilsenerSeptember 27, 2021 | Brian Margiotta
When I get a quality Pilsner, I forget all about the juicy Triple IPAs and overly fruited Sours that are often all the rage. There’s something timeless about a quality Pilsner that feels right, from the aroma to the light, crisp mouthfeel.
Wellspent Brewing Company launches “The Well” Membership ProgramMarch 30, 2021 | Brian Margiotta
Having recently celebrated its third anniversary, Wellspent Brewing Company is still considered a relatively young–yet notable–brewery in the already burgeoning St. Louis craft beer scene. This year, after the rollercoaster of COVID, they also launched a new membership program called “The Well.”
Midwest Drinking 2018 | Center Ice Brewery NewsFebruary 5, 2018 | Jordan Palmer
As we finish up another year of beer, it’s time to look ahead to what we’ll be pouring, sipping and loving in 2018. I’ve reached out to a few of the Midwest’s best brewers to see what we can expect from them in the next Year of Beer.
St. Louis Entrepreneur Crafting Take-Home Kegs for Draft Beer LoversAugust 16, 2017 | Jordan Palmer
With so many of us enjoying more and greater craft beer, it’s only natural that we would want to share the great beer we find with others. Bringing a cooler filled with your favorite cans and bottles is fine, but what about the great brew we love on tap? Read More
Event Preview | Pintwood Derby 2017 at Flying SaucerMarch 29, 2017 | Jordan Palmer
I thought I had suppressed the memory. I thought I buried it deep within the micro-depths of my subconscious mind, only to have it shoot straight to the top of my brain after receiving an email that mentioned those three words – Pinewood Derby Race.
RateBeer Honors St. Louis Breweries with Multiple AwardsFebruary 7, 2017 | Jordan Palmer
Ratebeer.com is where millions of beer drinkers go to see how there peers rate beers from all across the world. It is widely recognized as one of the most in-depth, accurate and most-visited source for beer information, outside of PorchDrinking of course. Each year, the site tabulates the results of a year’s worth of reviews and puts together their annual “RateBeer” best list.
St. Louis Favorite American Brown Getting Canned This WeekAugust 17, 2016 | Jordan Palmer
Getting ‘canned’ has never felt so good. Especially if you’re a fan of Civil Life Brewing Company‘s American Brown, one of their most popular brews. Read More
St. Louis Inventor Keeping “Bombers” Colder, LongerFebruary 12, 2016 | Jordan Palmer
You’re in the beer section of your favorite store perusing the selections of six packs, 12 packs, cases of cans or bottles, artistic logos vying for your attention, screaming … Read More
Schlafly BottleworksJune 19, 2013 | Lindsay Krumel
Over President’s Day Weekend I gave up going to Cincinnati Winter Beerfest and made my way west to St. Louis. That Saturday, my friends Christine and Samantha and I decided to venture to Schlafly Bottleworks. Read More