Photos From a Beer Fest: Schlafly's 'Repeal of Prohibition' Party at the Bottleworks in Maplewood
Schlafly's Repeal of Prohibition Festival, held Saturday at Schlafly Bottleworks (7260 Southwest Avenue) provided 25 brews, from Schlafly and three Michigan based micro-breweries. $25 got beer-drinkers a festival glass with unlimited refills and a tasting guide.
The Michigan brewers at the event were all state-wide micro brewers, giving St. Louisans an opportunity to try flavors they may not taste otherwise. Mt. Pleasant Brewing Company, Short's Brewing Company and Kuhnhenn Brewing Company brought sixteen kinds of beer to the festival. The three breweries collaborate to get their goods to St. Louis. They rented a yellow Penske van and picked up the beer from each brewery.
Schlafly brought out twelve different beers, along with a very special brew that was made in combination with a German-based brewer. For more of that check out the photos below.