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Blonde ale with apricot. Made exclusively for Bailey's Restaurants.
Chocolate Milk Stout with peanut butter.
Baileys' Chocolate Ale

Oatmeal Stout with Cocoa Nibs

Perennial Artisan Ales
Saint Louis, Missouri
Ten Mile Loop

Falconer's Flight IPA

Six Mile Bridge
Saint Louis, Missouri
This beer brings together tow of our favorite ingredients; hops and rye - serious hops up front provide a pungent, floral, and citrus character. We use centennial, Columbus, and Cascades in this hop lovers dream. The rye provides a slightly spicy flavor and a full mouth-feel. Divided Sky pours straw in color with notes of tangerine, grapefruit, and pine. Drink fresh!
A classic American Pale Ale brewed with tart Passion Fruit for an herbaceous and tropical brew.
"A beer experience with a true distinction, our Triple wit is a unique bottle conditioned Belgian style ale. Made from two row barley, white wheat and rolled oats. To compliment the satiating taste only found by using a traditional top fermenting yeast, coriander and oranges are added. This addition during the brewing process lends to the delicate balance of flavors between the malt hops and yeast."
Irish Stout

Irish Stout

Six Mile Bridge
Saint Louis, Missouri
Hoptimistic

American-Style Imperial Stout

Charleville Brewing Company
Xaver

Amber Weissbier

Urban Chestnut Brewing Company
St. Louis, Missouri
This West Coast/Rocky Mountain-style India Pale Ale is back-hopped for a more intense hop bitterness, flavor and aroma without the balance of caramel malts like our Midwest-style Baldock IPA. It has medium-high alcohol content, high fruity, floral and citrus-like American-varietal hop character, deep golden color and medium maltiness.
South City or Southern England…what’s the diff? Regardless of your geographical persuasion, you’re gonna love this Brown Ale. Rich toffee-like sweetness with a nice round bready mouthfeel. Reminiscent of chocolate, molasses, toasted almonds, ripe red berries, dried plums, orange zest, coffee and cream. Medium body and carbonation, with an everlasting dark malty aftertaste. Pour over your Weetabix cereal. Be civil and carry on. UPDATE: This beer is currently being re-named and we are waiting on Federal and then State Approval. It is being re-named in honor of the Great Brian Hencel.
Cranberry Wheat Ale

Witbeir

Six Mile Bridge
Saint Louis, Missouri
Pale ales are ubiquitous and are probably the single most important style of beer to have introduced the concept of 'craft'. Pales are a fairly quick beer to brew- many examples are ready in a couple of weeks- and appeal mainly in that they are quite often balanced beers without too many distractions and without too fine a point on it- they taste like beer! Our Pale Ale is loaded with Rye malt (about 20%) which adds some viscosity, richness, and a slightly spicy finish. We use a fair bit of caramel malt for color and our American hop charge has a slight bite and piney finish. All this said, I think our Pale shares a few finer points with its sister style - Amber. Our 'Pale' is pretty dark and has a pronounced richness from caramel malt.
Superflare

ipa

4 Hands Brewing Company
Saint Louis, Missouri
Elle est Bonne

French Saison

Modern Brewery
St Louis, Missouri
All Black is our tip of the cap to the fiercest ruggers in the world, the New Zealand Men’s National Rugby team. We use all New Zealand hops in this one (Pacific Jade, Kohatu, and Wakatu), which provides a nice pine and citrus (lemon, lime) balance to the chocolatey roasty malts on the nose and flavor. Because Black IPA is sort of a style misnomer (though prevalent in the market place), All Black could also be considered close in style to a “Hoppy Porter” or “Cascadian Dark Ale.”
Coffee stout

Coffee Stout

Schlafly
Brewed with 20% rye. This strong, dark lager is malty, smooth, and clean.
Forest Park Pils

American-Style Pilsener

Urban Chestnut Brewing Company
St. Louis, Missouri
Irish Red

Irish Red Ale

Six Mile Bridge
Saint Louis, Missouri
American style wheat beer with a black walnut aroma and a crisp, black walnut finish. • Imported 2 row malted barley • 55 percent malted wheat and Ozark black walnuts • Specialty malt provides color • Cold conditioned for a smooth, crisp and clean flavor • Pure, limestone filtered Ozark spring water
Reverance Series. Our brewmaster Florian admittedly hasn’t dabbled in ciders too often. So when he described UCBC’s very first cider, Bushelhead, as estery and a little ‘winey’ we weren’t sure if he wasn’t being a bit ‘whiney’ himself. So we’ve declared that besides being a cider, “Bushelhead” is a homonym meaning; ‘winey, ‘strong cider’, or ‘whiney’. Thus our tagline – “Bushelhead – A bushelhead, bushelhead created by bushelhead brewers.” Will's Notes: This is a cider for any person who enjoys alcohol. Boozy (7%, though not evident in the taste), pleasantly sweet (think Honeycrisp apple sweet), and slightly spicy (slight cinnamon bites). All around excellent cider.
White Lager

Kellerbier (Cellar beer) or Zwickelbier - Lager

The Saint Louis Brewery
Maplewood, Missouri
Our flagship Pale Ale is a smooth, balanced, copper-colored session beer with mildly spiced flavor and aroma from the East Kent Goldings hops. The bready, lightly caramel malt complements the hint of fruitiness contributed by the London Ale yeast, making it satisfying and authentic; the perfect flagship beer for Schlafly. Sixteenth century brewers created amber beers by using a form of coal called coke to roast their grains. Coke burns hotter and more steadily than wood without imparting the foul odors from coal. It allowed brewers to produce caramel malts that were paler alternatives to the common brown porters. At about the same time, Flemish migrants introduced hops to English beers and soon this ale became the chosen style of England from the mid-16th century until the end of the 20th century. Today, brewers outside England have adopted the Pale Ale and made it one of the leading styles of the American craft beer movement.
Odinson

American-Style Imperial Stout

Modern Brewery
St Louis, Missouri
Collaboration no. 6

Barrel aged blend

Boulevard Brewing Company
Kansas City, Missouri
Southside Blonde

Pale Ale

Perennial Artisan Ales
Saint Louis, Missouri
How does the big guy get through the holidays? A bit of the nip, and to celebrate Santa’s survival, this imperial stout is spiked with whiskey as well as spices to make that long winter night a lot easier to settle into. By the way, if you are drinking this on Black Friday, the dude in the Santa suit actually brewed this beer, so you know it’s good!
Oak Aged Scotch Ale