Saturday, May 19, 2012

Farm Fresh local eggs

FARM Fresh eggs Non factory produced from right here in Missouri -- in stock now
 In stock now at Forsyth Farm Fresh Eggs, free range

"We grow with nature, not against it" -- Dry Dock
Dry Dock Farm Heritage Breed Farm Fresh Eggs...$4.99 / per dozen

What is Heritage Breed? Basically many of these "heritage" breeds of chickens (and other animals) were becoming threatened because the large egg producers were favoring chickens that produced a quantity of eggs and not quality. To quote The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy (ALBC), "Modern food production now favors the use of a few highly specialized breeds selected for maximum output in a controlled environment. Many traditional livestock breeds have lost popularity and are threatened with extinction. These traditional breeds are an essential part of the American agricultural inheritance." Some of the Heritage breeds that Dry Dock has includes: Ameraucana Chickens - "Easter Egg Chicken" -- produces blue and green eggs Barred Plymouth Rock Chickens -- Brown Eggs - pre-World War II - this was the most popular and most likely the eggs being eaten. Rhode Island Red Chicken -- Light to Dark Brown Eggs New Hampshire Chicken (see picture from Wikipedia above) -- Light brown eggs "Dry Dock Farm is 3 acres of rich river bottom land near the village of Silex, Missouri. We purchased our farm in 2005. We are remodeling our turn of the century farm house and barn. We grow Heirloom vegetables, flowers, and herbs. Our Heirloom tomatoes are bursting with that old time “picked from Grandma’s garden flavor”. We grow our produce and flowers using bio-intensive, no chemicals, no GMO seeds, and we enrich our soil with natural minerals, cover crops, worm castings and compost. We also raise Heritage chickens, turkeys, geese. ducks and assorted other poultry. Our birds are raised on pasture with fresh air and sunshine. They are fed a vegetarian diet, to provide you with the best tasting farm fresh eggs. Dry Dock Farms runs a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) In basic terms, CSA consists of a pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes, either legally or spiritually, the community’s farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production. Members or shareholders of the farm or garden pledge in advance to cover the anticipated costs of the farm operation and farmer’s salary. In return, they receive shares in the farm throughout the growing season as well as satisfaction gained from reconnecting to the land. (USDA definition) Read more about CSA

Friday, May 18, 2012

Great Divide 18th!

In stock now at Forsyth!

Great Divide 18th Anniversary Wood Aged...$8.49

Based on our award-winning beer, Denver Pale Ale, this copper-hued treat is a celebration of everything Great Divide does best. Plenty of malty sweetness provides a backdrop for earthy, floral English and American hops, while French and American oak round off the edges and provide a touch of vanilla. Thanks to everyone who's supported us for the last 18 years - here's to 18 more!

Green Flash Saison Diego and Palate Wrecker

More beer from Green Flash --
now available online

don't have time to do online reservations right now on this one...
come and get it at Forsyth

Green Flash Saison Diego...$7.99 / 22oz
Ale Brewed with Spices

Unfiltered golden farmhouse ale, brewed with Seville orange peels, Chinese ginger and grains of paradise. Light, bright, spicy aromas, lively carbonation and earthy flavors co-mingle with musty notes that add funky complexity.


Palate Wrecker Hamilton's Ale....$7.99 / 22oz
Palate Wrecker was originally brewed for the Hamilton’s Tavern 2nd Anniversary celebration. It’s the most complicated West Coast–inspired IPA we have ever brewed—mashing and sparging with hopped wort, in addition to our hop layering regimen for IPA. By popular demand, it is now released for the world to enjoy.

Lips of Faith Tart Lychee

In stock at Forsyth, Rock Hill and New Ballas 
no limit

available online

New Belgium Lips of Faith Tart Lychee....$11.99
According to Lauren, the imaginator of this pucker-pleasing ale, Lychee Fruit is so insanely sweet and flavorful you almost can’t stand it alone. Sour to the rescue! The combination of our barrel-aged sour beer, Lychee Fruit puree, and cinnamon sticks pours a frothy head of tart perfection.
Just the facts Ma'am...
ABV - 8.5%
IBU - 20
Hops - Target
Malts - Pale, Malted Wheat, Caramel-80, Carapils, Oats
Fruits/Spice - Lychee, Cinnamon

Prichard's Distillery

NEW! Prichard's Sweet Lucy Bourbon CREAM Liqueur...$21.99
This is a new addition to the regular Sweet Lucy -- now with Cream! -- It is delicous!

Prichard's Single Malt Whiskey (80 Proof) ...$42.99
"With the same focus on quality as all our spirits, Benjamin Prichard's Single Malt Whiskey has been reviewed with great acclaim. Steeped in Celtic origins, Benjamin Prichard’s Single Malt whisky is distilled according to true Irish traditions; its rich malt flavors truly reflecting the character of the finest single malt whiskies. This superb whiskey has been distilled in our traditional copper pot stills and aged in our small, fifteen gallon barrels." - Prichards

Prichard's Double Barreled Bourbon...$59.99
Jim Murray 2009 Whiskey Bible provides the following:
“A classy effortless delivery. The corn-rye integration oozes sophistication and the vanilla-themed oak offers the perfect background. Immediate bitter sweet character celebrates both a raisin-fruity juiciness and a much firmer, burned-honeycombed middle; complex, classy and challenging; thuddingly firm with limited yield. Spices from the rye try to probe the wall but this is the metalled hoof a Kentucky thoroughbred; a very different bourbon that ticks the boxes as they should but throws in a few curve balls for the palate to negotiate.”

The high quality expensive taste of Benjamin Prichard’s Double Barrel is no accident. Our bourbon is created using a unique, labor intensive and yes, expensive process. Bourbon is generally barreled at a relatively high 125 proof. However, the final bottle proof may be as low as 80. The question then is “How does the bourbon get from 125 proof to 80 proof?” The answer is that the whiskey has been watered down before you screw off the cork and water dilutes flavor. Our bourbon is taken from 120 proof to 95 proof and re-barreled in new charred oak barrels to reinforce the barrel notes that bourbon is so famous for. To our knowledge there is no other distillery that utilizes this process. Benjamin Prichard’s Double Barreled Bourbon is truly special and has captured the attention of our customers who are virtually demanding that we produce more of this remarkable bourbon. 

Sweet Lucy Bourbon Liqueur (70 Proof)...$22.99
Sweet Lucy’s legacy has been flowing up and down the Mississippi flyway for years, warming the bodies and souls of outdoorsman for generations. Born in a duck blind and a frequent companion on duck hunts, variations of Sweet Lucy were generally homemade elixirs of peaches, oranges and apricots with lots of sugar and whiskey. Great pride would often be displayed by its maker as the bottle made its rounds for a sip among friends. 

Although you may no longer find these same homemade remedies for the chill of a cold winter morning in a duck blind, Prichard's Distillery, Inc. has captured the essence of the original Sweet Lucy. Benjamin Prichard’s Sweet Lucy is an officially licensed product of Ducks Unlimited, Inc. Along with the noted Ducks Unlimited Logo the following statement is proudly printed on each bottle of Sweet Lucy: 

With each purchase of Sweet Lucy, Prichard's Distillery will make a contribution to DUCKS Unlimited for their ongoing wetland conservation efforts throughout North America. Always remember, after the hunt, the best mixer for Sweet Lucy is…just good friends. 

Devil's Heart of Gold!!!

Today is Perennial Artisan Ale day!!!


Perennial Devil's Heart of Gold...$17.99 / 750ml
The barrel yielded 204 bottles (again), that has been the exact same for the first 3 barrels of beer now.

The release party is sold out, reservations were required.
If you have tickets to the release party, do not try to reserve a bottle.  We will have one reserved for you at the party.

Sold out -

  • It will be limited to 1 bottle per person
  • I will post the link in the AM.
  • You will have 7 days to pick up the beer or it will go back out for sale on Saturday May 26 to the shelf. 
  • We will have about 170 bottles available
  • Just getting an order in is no guarantee, wait for a confirmation
  • It will take awhile for me to get confirmations sent out, be patient 
  • Hopefully it should last online for more than a few minutes :) 
  • If you click the link and it does not appear, that means it is sold out
  • If you have it in your cart and it wont let you check out, it is sold out.

Perennial D-HOG Release May 18th

Friday is Perennial Artisan Ale day!!!


Perennial Devil's Heart of Gold...$17.99 / 750ml
The barrel yielded 204 bottles (again), that has been the exact same for the first 3 barrels of beer now.

The release party is sold out, reservations were required.
If you have tickets to the release party, do not try to reserve a bottle.  We will have one reserved for you at the party.

If you do not have a ticket to the release party -- 
Watch for the release Friday May 18 on our blog / facebook / twitter

  • It will be limited to 1 bottle per person
  • I will post the link in the AM.
  • You will have 7 days to pick up the beer or it will go back out for sale on Saturday May 26 to the shelf. 
  • We will have about 170 bottles available
  • Just getting an order in is no guarantee, wait for a confirmation
  • It will take awhile for me to get confirmations sent out, be patient 
  • Hopefully it should last online for more than a few minutes :) 
  • If you click the link and it does not appear, that means it is sold out
  • If you have it in your cart and it wont let you check out, it is sold out.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

New 4 Hands label....

Another label approved tonight from 4 Hands Brewing --

Kevin Lemp of 4 Hands Brewing Co. just posted an update about this beer and others on STLHops.   He has plans to bottle about 40 cases of Prussia -- so watch for it!!!

Also check out the 4 Hands Beer Dinner and Five Bistro - click here
(looks like I will be making it to this dinner!)

Founders next big release...

Watch for it..........
Scheduled to arrive July 2nd -- 
(no pre-arrival reservations, will let you know when it arrives)

Founders Press release:
    Frangelic Mountain Brown To Be Founders Brewing Co.’s Second Backstage Series Release in 2012 Grand Rapids, Michigan, April 19, 2012 - Founders Brewing Co.’s Co-Founder and Vice President of Brand & Education, Dave Engbers, announced today that Frangelic Mountain Brown would be the next release in the brewery’s 750mL Backstage Series, with availability beginning in July. 
     Part of what makes Founders Backstage Series so much fun, for both the brewery and consumers, is the period of speculation before the next release is announced. But the purpose of the series is to bring some of Founders’ most sought-after beers, which have been available primarily in the taproom and at a few select events, to a much larger audience. Frangelic Mountain Brown will be the fourth release in the series, joining Blushing Monk and Canadian Breakfast Stout from 2011 and Curmudgeon’s Better Half, which was released in February of this year.
     Frangelic Mountain Brown is the quintessential taproom “one-off” beer: Founders’ brewers created the Mountain Brown series for their taproom in Grand Rapids in 2007. Frangelic Mountain Brown is the 16th iteration in the series of popular brown ales—and it likely won’t be the last. The singular characteristic of this beer comes from the use of hazelnut coffees in the brewing process. The beer has distinct aromatics with sweet and nutty flavors beautifully balanced. Founders is known for its beers made with coffee (i.e., the Breakfast Stout series), but this is both the brewery’s first brown ale and its first beer brewed with hazelnut coffees to be bottled. It clocks in at 9% ABV. 
     “The goal of the Backstage Series is to allow those beer enthusiasts who don’t have the ability to make it to our taproom an opportunity to experience some of the beers that, historically, have been limited to our taproom and a handful of high exposure events,” Engbers said. “Although these beers are not brewed in large volume, it is our intention to distribute them to all of our markets.” 
     The next beer to be released in the series later this year will be a celebration of the brewery’s fifteenth anniversary, though the style is yet-to-be revealed.

Founders Cerise

Forgot to mention this one came in on Wednesday....
Also online

Founders Cerise...$8.99 / 4 pack

"You'll have a soft spot for this one. Using only fresh Michigan tart cherries, this beauty tantalizes with intense flavors combined with a no hesitation malt bill. Adding fresh cherries at five separate stages of fermentation achieves the ultimate balance between tartness and sweetness." -- Founders Brewing

New vintage of Baladin Sour

Order Baladin online now

"Our search for the world’s most unique beers has brought us to Piozzo, right outside of Torino, Italy. In this village of 1,000 inhabitants, directly across from the town hall, lies Le Baladin, an extremely unusual brewpub and microbrewery. “Baladin” is a French term referring to a “traveling minstrel.” The owner, Teo Musso, thought that this would be a fitting name for his brewery as the townspeople are known for moving around, especially between Italy and France. Upon visiting the brewery and meeting Teo, one finds that he is a very entertaining minstrel and has, thus, chosen the perfect name for his place. Teo studied at some of the best small breweries throughout Europe in order to learn his craft. He has worked most closely with another eccentric B. United International supplier, Jean-Louis Dits of Brasserie a Vapeur. Like Jean-Louis, Teo loves experimentation and never works by the books.

Baladin Super Baladin Sour Edition 2008...$16.99 / 750ml

Descrition of the"non" sour edition
"The Super Baladin is the masterpiece of the brewery and is most often the favorite among the customers at Le Baladin. It originated from an old recipe created toward the end of the 9th century following the style of the Belgian abbey beers. It is similar to a Belgian triple. The twist with this beer is that an English yeast strain is used for primary fermentation. Afterwards, it is bottle-conditioned for two months using a Belgian strain." -- importer

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Dansk Mead all in stock

Dansk Mjod 
"This artisan metheglin style Danish mead has hibiscus, which gives its soft, citruslike flavour and very floral aroma. Its finish is hoppy-dry, spicey, and very warming
Mead is probably the oldest known alcoholic beverage in the world. From Europe to Australia mead has been a popular drink, dating back to long before Viking Times. One of the earliest references to mead can be found in the Hindu's of India's holy books, the Veda books, which date back 4000 years and possibly even earlier than that.The oldest known recipe for mead to be written down in the Nordic countries was in 1520 by the Archbishop Olaus Magnus. The recipe comprised of water, honey, hops and brewers yeast, and concludes, that "on the eight day - or earlier in emergencies - the mead may be drunk, but the longer it is left, the purer, better and healthier it will be."Our products are brewed based on a recipe from about year 1700, and the ingredients are pure and 100 pct. natural - guaranteed free from additives of any kind. Honey is the major and most important item in the recipe." -- importer
order online -- click here

We have all three in stock now ---

Viking Blod Mead....$25.99 / 750ml
with hops and hibiscus
GI. Dansk Mjod....$25.99 / 750ml

with hops and Ginger

Klapojster Mjod....$25.99 / 750ml

with hops and Danish Aquavit

BFM 2007 and 2010 in stock

Just received some more 2007 vintage....
2007 BFM Abbaye de Saint Bon-Chien...$23.99 / 750ml
2010 BFM Abbaye de Saint Bon-Chien....$23.99 / 750ml

"Boldly treading the boundary between port, wine and beer, l'Abbaye de Saint Bon-Chien is a unique ale aged in wooden casks which have been used for several years before to age Merlot, Merlot Cabernet, Whisky and then Grappa. It manages to merge into L'Abbaye all the complex aromas of a vintage red wine along with the delicate harmony and flavors of the wood and its former contents. This process requires close monitoring of the beer's evolution. The final version is blended from different casks, to ensure optimal balance, complexity and enjoyment! A mere one thousand bottles have been earmarked for the US market in 2006. [Thus named in fond memory of Bon-Chien, the late brewery cat, deceased in June 2005, whose antics were very popular with brewery visitors] Try it with pan-fried duck breast or foie gras déglacéed with Modena balsamic vinegar… or with a high cocoa contents dark chocolate."--importer

De Dolle from Belgium

Back in stock at Forsyth and online

De Dolle Special Extra Export Stout...$5.49 / 11.2oz
Rated 98 on RateBeer
Stout is one of the oldest styles of beer, but is still very popular in English speaking countries. Even though stout isn't a traditional Belgian beer style De Dolle Brewers have created a "Belgianized" version of it for B.United.  The stout is brewed only a couple of times each year, with roasted malt, caramel malt and pale malt, Nugget hops and the same fermentation as Oerbier. 

The combination of all that is a bitter, tart beer, with character. Unlike modern more typical stout, this beer has high alcohol, tart flavors, and a big, dry body. It has a dark, almost black chocolate color. The nose is musky, slightly sweet and spicy. Flavors of chocolate , coffee and some hazelnut notes on the palate intermingle with notes of licorice. The enhanced, Belgian beer style gives it a high carbonation level that's very lively. It finishes with a dry explosion of black espresso flavors. 

De Dolle Boskeun...$5.49 / 11.2oz 
Rated 98 on RateBeer
Boskeun is the nickname of Jo, one of the two brothers who started the brewery. As a home brewer, some of his favorite beer to produce were strong blond ales. The word Boskeun means "rabbit", or "hare", so they decided to brew one of his favorite types of beer as a celebration of Easter. 

Boskeun is one of the first real Belgian Easter beers. (Slaghmuylder's paasbier being first). It has been brewed with pale malt, Golding hops, cane sugar and re-fermented with native honey. The label shows a lucky rabbit enjoying his namesake brew! 

Tornado Surviving Bourbon

Very, very limited, and never to be produced again....

Colonel E.H. Taylor Warehouse C Tornado Surviving....$61.99 / 750ml
"On Sunday evening, April 2, 2006, a severe storm tore through Central Kentucky, damaging two Buffalo Trace Distillery aging warehouses. Fortunately, no one was injured and Warehouse "B" was empty at the time. However, Warehouse "C" sustained significant damage to its roof and north brick wall. Warehouse "C" is one of the most treasured warehouses on property, built by Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. in 1881. While the strong storm raged across the Distillery, the bourbon barrels stood strong, never budging from their resting spots. That summer, the barrels patiently waited while the roof and wall repairs took place. The barrels sat exposed to the Central Kentucky climate for months as the sun and wind took their toll. During the summer of 2006 weather inevitably contributed to increased evaporation, wood interaction and rich flavors in this bourbon whiskey. The angel's share amounted to an astonishingly high 63.9% loss. On nose, the aroma of dried fig and cloves jump from the glass initially along with plenty of baking spice and an oaky dryness provides balance that quickly builds anticipation for a taste. A small sip fills the mouth with jam-like cooked fruit, vanilla and a touch of smoke. The finish quickly builds in dark spices until the end as hints of tobacco leave you with the final impressions of this bourbon." -- distillery

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Doc's Ciders

In stock at Forsyth

Doc's Draft Hard Apple Cider...$2.59 / 12oz

This cider is semi-dry and wonderfully effervescent with a remarkably fresh apple nose. Its crisp, fruit forward taste and a clean, refreshing finish, have won our cider countless awards and praise. (5% alcohol)

Doc's Draft Hard Pear Cider...$4.99 / 22oz 
A traditional cider hand crafted from a select blend of apples and pears. Intense aromas of ripened pear dance from the glass. The taste is light and crisp with a clean, dry finish. (5.5% alcohol)

Doc's Draft Hard Raspbeery Cider...$5.99 / 22oz
Fresh raspberries are added to Doc's Draft Hard Apple Cider and re-fermented to create a delicious spin on traditional cider. We think you'll agree that you can really taste the fresh fruit used in making this cider. (5.5% alcohol)

Some new ciders...

Fox Barrel Rhubarb and Elderberry Pear Cider....$5.29 / 22oz
Pearfectly sharp. A vinous, tart, plum colored pear cider infused with Rhubarb and Elderberry juices and organic honey.
Color: Black cherry; raspberry
Aroma: Heavy sweet notes of elderberry & plum
Flavor: A sweet/tart fruit forward flavor balanced with elderberry on the front, rolling into soft pear that complements the rhubarb tartness in the finish, with elderberry still lingering at the back.

Fox Barrel Ginger and Blackcurrant Pear Cider.....$5.29 / 22oz
Pearfect bite. A bold, spicy red-headed pear cider infused with Natural Ginger extract, Blackcurrant juice and organic honey.
Color: Rich deep rose
Aroma: Soft notes of black currants & delicate pear aromas upfront, followed with a snappy, spicy ginger nose.
Flavor: Rich round berry upfront lending to a crisp snappy ginger mid-palate and a clean, dry finish. Just enough refreshing ginger bite without a heavy burn.

And if you made it to our Beerfest last Saturday, you would have tried this one.  It was a big hit and it sold out during the event, but more has arrived!

Crispin Cho-tokkyu Cider
Naturally fermented with authentic Sake yeast using a premium blend of fresh pressed apple juice, not from concentrate, with no added malt, spirit, or grape alcohol.
A racy, high-speed cider that remains crisp and well balanced. Cloudy and straw colored with an exotic polished complexity. Cho-tokkyu is clean, vibrant with an authentic dry sake nish and a distinctive apple backbone.
Cho-tokkyu Artisanal Reserve cloudy hard cider is unfitered and uses racked apple wine smoothed with pure organic, gluten free, rice syrup. No added colorants, sorbate or benzoate preservatives.
Best served cool to cold.
As with all our Artisanal Reserves, give a full bottoms-up tilt and swirl to disperse unfiltered apple-wine sediment evenly.

A great new label from Boulevard....

Watch for it sometime this summer 
at The Wine and Cheese Place

Release date: Summer 2012
"You see, most blokes, you know, will be playing at ten.  You're on ten here, all the way up, all the way up, all the way up, you're on ten on your guitar.  Where can you go from there?  Where? [pause] These go to eleven." - Nigel Tufnel, This is Spinal Tap

"To some ears, the term, "imperial pilsner" might sound like an oxymoron.  How can a style as cleanly balanced and refined as a pilsner be "amped up" to imperial status?  Pilsner is arguably, just fine the way it is.    Where do you go from there?  The answer, of course: You go to eleven.
With its classic recipe and impeccable craftmanship, Reverb Imperial Pilsner echoes our Collaboration Number 1 Imperial Pilsner, produced in 2009 when with esteemed Orval brewmaster Jean-Marie Rock.  Like its predecessor, this new Summer Seasonal release is a study in delicately balanced contrasts.  A strakly simple recipe, using only Pilsner malt and Saaz hops, combined with a painstakingly complex brewing process, produce a beer of subtle elegance.  The venerable technique of "first wort hopping," -- adding hops at the beginning of the boil and allowing them to steep for a much longer time---gives the beer a refined hop aroma and flavor.  Pilsner malt makes a clear yet restrained statement up front, answered by try steady, harmonious hum of hop bitterness, traces of which linger in the dry, crisp finish.   Our Reverb Imperial Pilsner pairs melodiously with grilled seafood or chicken, or a wide variety of cheeses.  Really, though, it goes great with whatever is being served backstate.

Devil's Heart of Gold!

Watch for the link to reserve a bottle on Friday, May 18th!
(or try now to win tickets to the release party on STLHops)

The Wine and Cheese Place Barrel Aged Beer Program
An exciting release from Perennial!!!!  

Thanks very much to everybody at Perennial

Perennial Devil's Heart of Gold
Wheat Wine Style Ale aged in bourbon barrels

Release Date --  May 18th 

More info....
The name "Devil's Heart of Gold" comes from what they call the "Devil's Cut".   When a bourbon ages in a barrel, a portion of the bourbon evaporates - this is called the "Angel's share".   Another portion of the bourbon gets absorbed into the new oak barrel -- this is called the "Devil's cut".    Therefore, the Heart of Gold beer aging in the barrel starts to absorb back some of the Devil's Cut and hence the name "Devil's Heart of Gold".

Perennial took their Heart of Gold and aged it in a Knob Creek 9yr Old Barrel back in October 2011.   The beer will have been resting for 7 months in barrel!
Here are some pictures of the barrel being filled - click here

How do you get this beer?
Watch our Blog - right where you are now
"Like" us on Facebook - click here
Follow us on Twitter - click here
Sign up for our beer emails - click here

The release will be announced using all of these resources.   
We will continue with 1 bottle per person to let more get around.   

Southern Hemisphere 2012

Sierra Nevada Southern Hemisphere 2012....$3.59 / 24oz
Fresh Hop Ale

Available online also

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Thank you Missouri Breweries!

I wanted to give a special thanks to all of the Missouri Breweries
 that participated in our 6th annual TWCP Beerfest!   We know there are a lot of events and pressures for your time, and we really appreciate you making this event a great success.

To all of our blog followers and customers --- 
Please support our local breweries whether it is going to imbibe at the brewery or grabbing their beer at one of our four locations!

Thank you,
The Wine and Cheese Place

The Schlafly Tap Room
2100 Locust St. (at 21st)
St. Louis, MO 63103 

Schlafly Bottleworks
7260 Southwest Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63143

Civil Life Brewing
3714 Holt Ave.
St. Louis, Mo 63116
Planet, Earth
Perennial Artisan Ales
8125 South Michigan
4 Hands Brewing Co.
S. 8th Street
St. Louis, MO 63104 

Six Row Brewing Company
3690 Forest Park Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108

O'fallon Brewery
26 West Industrial Drive
O'Fallon MO 63366
phone: 636.474.2337 

Urban Chestnut Brewing Company
3229 Washington Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103

Charleville Vineyard and Microbrewry
16937 Boyd Road
Ste. Genevieve, MO 63670
Phone: 573-756-4537 

Cathedral Square

Augusta Brewing Co.
5521 Water Street
Augusta, MO 63332

Boulevard Brewing Co.
2501 Southwest Boulevard
Kansas City, MO 64108 

Hopefully I did not forget anyone...
Thanks to all the breweries and distributors for helping out!

Plus thank you to Seoul Taco Truck