On Tap: Art Outside Returns to Schlafly Bottleworks, St. Louis Brewers Guild Harvest Festival to Be Held Nov. 1

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This weekend, Art Outside returns to the Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood for its 11th year. The juried alternative art fair takes place over three days, and features local beer, food and art from more than 50 artists. They’ll also have live music Friday, Saturday and Sunday, including Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers, Jungle Fire, Née and The Root Diggers. 7260 Southwest Ave., Maplewood, 314.241.2337

Art Outside at the Schlafly Bottleworks returns this week for beer and music in Maplewood

Art Outside at the Schlafly Bottleworks. Photo courtesy of Schlafly.

Tickets are on sale now for the St. Louis Brewers Guild Harvest Festival, to be held on Saturday, Nov. 1 from 1-5pm in Lafayette Square Park. The fall festival features 21 local breweries, each showcasing beers made with freshly harvested hops, pumpkins and all things fall and festive. Admission includes beer tastings and a commemorative tasting glass. Yoga Buzz STL is offering a yoga session inside the grounds before the festival for a $7 add-on, which gives you the chance to bend and stretch before the fest and start tasting 15 minutes before the rest of the fest-goers. Reduced priced tickets are available now through Sept. 30.

As previously reported by ALIVE, when the Cardinals faced the Boston Red Sox in the 2013 World Series, the makers of Sam Adams and Schlafly placed a wager on who would win. Schlafly paid up in early August, when the two breweries came together to brew the Double Red Rally Cap IPA at the Tap Room. The beer is set to be on draft there this Friday, Sept. 5. 2100 Locust St., Downtown, 314.241.2337

Yoga Buzz STL is taking over 4 Hands Brewing Co. on Tuesday, Sept. 9 from 6-8pm. Certified Yoga Instructor Elle Potter will guide a one-hour yoga class, open to all levels, in the brewery. Stick around after final relaxation Savasana for Sudsasana, an opportunity to sample different beers. They’ll supply the beer, but you’ll need to bring your own mat. 1220 S. 8th St., Downtown, 314.436.1559

The second annual Craft Spirits & Cocktail Week, hosted by local craft distillers and the St. Louis Bartenders Guild, will be held Sept. 13 through 21. It’s aimed at highlighting the growing popularity of craft spirits and craft cocktails through a series of events showcasing local micro distilleries and restaurants, as well as demonstrating the craft of making a great cocktail.

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