There’s a lovely invitation in a recent Schlafly Growler, a monthly newsletter put out by Tom Schlafly, owner of the Saint Louis Brewery and Tap Room. That’s the other St. Louis (MO) Brewery, the second largest brewery in that city. It reads: “Free Beer on Your Birthday. Certain conditions and restrictions apply. Offer is available... View Article
Craft Beer Articles
Beer Enthusiast - Full Pints November 1, 2001 - Fred Eckhardt
Full Pints - Michael Jackson November 1, 2001 - Michael Jackson
A friend calls: “Fancy going to hear some music tonight?” I ask: “What do you have in mind?” He tells me the name of an artist, or a band. I have never heard of them. “It’s not medieval chamber music is it? Like that last gig, where each set was about a year long?” He... View Article
Full Pints - Stylistically Speaking November 1, 2001 - Rob Haiber
Recall the time you were chatting up that stunner down at the pub? You’d just put that gleam in her eyes when you foolishly offered to buy her “a beer.” Whoooosh! Boom! Bite-sized insect food! About the same result you’d get if you’d asked if she wore sexy undies.
Beer Travelers - Full Pints November 1, 2001 - Stan Hieronymus
Consider these two very different scenes: In Munich, Germany, two weeks of celebration begin when the city’s mayor taps a ceremonial keg of beer. By the time it is over, more than 6 million visitors will have consumed about 6 million liters of local beer. In Cullman, AL, “The Fest of Two Worlds” opens October... View Article
Brewing Instructions - Full Pints How to Host a Wickedly Fascinating Bad Beer Tasting November 1, 2001 - Randy Mosher
The cellar door startled the cat with its hoarse creaking, and I felt the rush of cool, earthy air from within. Reaching carefully through the cobwebs, I plucked a seemingly innocent bottle from its long repose and pondered the sleeping golden liquid in the dim subterranean twilight.
Collectibles - Full Pints November 1, 2001 - Dave Gausepohl
Madison Avenue does its best to have us believe that the brewing industry continues to roll out new products. The fact of the matter is that breweries are better recyclers than they are inventors. The “new” categories created by today’s beer marketers are largely reruns of past product introductions. As the cable TV industry tries... View Article