On Tap: Fitz’s and O’fallon Brewery Release Hard Root Beer, Central West End Throwing a Cocktail Party

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The hard root beer craze hit STL with two locals—Fitz’s Bottling Co. and O’Fallon Brewery—joining forces. Now available around town at local grocery stores, the new brew was crafted at O’Fallon’s recently expanded 40,000-square-foot brewery in Maryland Heights.

Photo courtesy of Schlafly Bbeer

Photo courtesy of Schlafly Beer

Schlafly Beer launched its American IPA on Memorial Day, making it the third brew of its seasonal rotating IPA series. The AIPA is available at its two locations as well as their entire distribution region and is made of hops sourced directly from hop farmers in Oregon and Washington—giving citrus and fruit flavors, bitterness and a touch of a resin-pine.

June 3: National Donut Day is today and you should celebrate tonight with Strange Donuts, Kaldi’s Coffee, 4 Hands Brewing Co. and Feast Magazine. Not only will you get coffee and donuts with your ticket, you’ll hear from DJs and live performers plus a special edition #StrangeDonutDay beer will be available by 4 Hands Brewing Co. Get your food fix as well from locals Mission Taco Joint and Southern. 3983 Gratiot St., Midtown

June 3-4: Head Downtown as the 8th St. Louis Uncorked takes over to celebrate summer with live music from national recording artists Rachel Platten, Nick Fradiani, Ingrid Michaelson and We the Kings while browsing booths throughout the streets with dozens of wines, spirits and local food selections like Sugarfire Smoke House, Deep Eddy Vodka, Bud Light, Noble Vine Wines and more. Market and Tucker, Downtown

June 4: Hit the streets of the Central West End for a cocktail party you won’t soon forget. In 1917, Mrs. Julius S. Walsh, Jr. held what is believed as the first cocktail party on record from her home right here in STL at 4510 Lindell. To commemorate the occasion, the CWE is throwing a huge cocktail party complete with live entertainment—including family-friendly options like Dancakes—a spirited cocktail competition and some tasty beverage concoctions from local spots such as Gamlin Whiskey House, Drunken Fish, Mission Taco Joint, Brennan’s and many more.

June 6: Enjoy dinner on a night not usually open at Element for a Broadway Brewery Beer Dinner on Monday. There will be a cocktail reception followed by a four-course dinner pairing by executive chef Josh Charles. Tickets are $55 per person and reservations are required. 1419 Carroll St., Lafayette Square, 314.241.1674

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