The Beer Travelers recommend these St. Louis-area beer stops. Locations are in St. Louis unless otherwise noted. Bevo Mill 4749 Gravois, 314-481-2626 Blueberry Hill 6504 Delmar Ave., 314-727-0880 Cicero’s 6691 Delmar Ave., 314-862-0009 Dressel’s 419 N. Euclid Ave., 314-361-1060 Il Vicino 41 North Central, Clayton, 314-727-1333 King Louie’s 3800 Chouteau, 314-865-3662 Llywelyn’s Pub 4747 McPherson... View Article
Beer Travelers - Full Pints November 1, 2000 - Stan Hieronymus
Long before American Beer Month began in July, Kalamazoo Brewing Co. founder Larry Bell began evangelizing. “The most dynamic beer culture in the world is here. There is more going on with brewing in America than anywhere else,” he said. A style “may come from somewhere else, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t a true... View Article
Full Pints - Travel Features November 1, 2000 - Wayne Gabel
In a country where you can buy beer from vending machines, it’s seldom difficult to find a cold brew when you want one. And if you’re content with well-made, but fairly uniform mass-market lagers, you’ll have no trouble quenching your thirst in Japan.
Beer Travelers - Full Pints September 1, 2000 - Stan Hieronymus
You may find quicker ways to sample the delightful beers of Britain’s regional breweries than to head to their brewery-run pubs in the English countryside, but none better. You may find easier ways to visit these pubs than by exploring an entire county or two on foot, but none as satisfying.
Full Pints - Travel Features September 1, 2000 - Ted Bruning
Until the arrival of the “iron way”⎯the railroad network⎯in the 19th century, people traveled by horse-drawn coaches that also carried the mail. Journeys were long and tiring, so a vast network of “coaching inns” offering food, drink and accommodations sprang up all over England. Many survive in all their half-timbered glory, as Ted Bruning discovered... View Article