On Tap: Old Bakery Beer Launches Oktoberfest, Bar Louie Offers Spiked Burgers

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If you’ve never experienced an adults-only burger, Bar Louie now has one. Stop by one of their four St. Louis area locations for the new Spiked Bulleit Bourbon Burger. A 21-and-over ID is required before you can order the all-beef hamburger patty (or chicken breast, turkey burger or portabella) smothered with Bulleit bourbon barbecue jam along with cream cheese, sharp cheddar cheese, bacon and fresh onion strings.

Wash it down one of the bar’s newest cocktails: the Mangria, or “sangria for guys,” combines Maker’s Mark with fresh mint and lemon and the Berry Peach Sangria combines Deep Eddy Peach Vodka, Simi Rosé, blackberries, blueberries and strawberries. Multiple locations, barlouie.com

Aug. 20: Craft-beer-lovers unite at Clayton’s second annual Craft on Tap, which takes place this Saturday from 1-5pm. Browse the street lined up with local beers and food while listening to live music. Downtown Clayton

Aug. 20: As summer’s end draws near, join Urban Chestnut Brewing Co. for the third and final Blues & Que. Head to the Midtown Brewery & Biergarten for smoky barbecue, UCBC bier stein specials and live music from 12-6 p.m. 3229 Washington Ave., Midtown

Aug. 20: Saturday evening, get out your neon gear and head to Ballpark Village for PBR St. Louis’ annual Glow Party. Your neon gets you in for free and starting at 9pm, you can enjoy $3 domestic drafts, $4 wells and $5 bombs while you party with body paint, glow sticks and black lights. 601 Clark St., Downtown

Aug. 21: Head to Alton for Old Bakery Beer Company’s launch of Oktoberfest Lager. Starting at 1pm, you can enjoy the beer both on draft and in cans. There will be German-themed food specials and Hasselhoff on the speakers to keep the spirit truly German. 400 Landmarks Blvd., Alton

Photo courtesy of Old Bakery Beer Company

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