On Tap: Schlafly Releases Farmhouse IPA, 'St. Louis Brews' Documentary Gets Kickstarter
Combining American assertiveness and French sensibility, Schlafly Beer’s limited special release of Farmhouse IPA is now at the brewery and stores around the region. This month’s seasonal IPA combines American hops with a French yeast strain giving a slightly spicy flavor for a refreshing take on an IPA.
A new documentary about our local beer scene called “St. Louis Brews” is in production, and you have a chance to help out. Directed by local filmmaker Bill Streeter, the goal is to complete postproduction this summer in order to premiere at the St. Louis International Film Festival in November. There is a Kickstarter campaign to raise $15,000 by March 15. By pledging to the campaign, you can score some great swag from local breweries and even a chance to own the movie before it’s released.
Feb. 26: If you’re still needing something to do on this Friday night, don’t miss SLAM Underground: Leap from 7-10pm. See the Saint Louis Art Museum transform into an adults-only evening filled with delicious drinks, music and interactive art activities. One Fine Arts Dr., Forest Park
Feb. 27: Join Urban Chestnut and celebrate its sponsorship of the Panger Bobblehead Award. The Grove Brewery & Bierhall will be hosting weekly watch parties on a giant projection in event space. Don’t forget to wear your STL hockey gear for $3 Zwickels and free popcorn. 4465 Manchester Ave., The Grove
Feb. 27: Grab your friends and head to HandleBar to warm the winter away for London Calling – Winter Thaw Dance Party. There will be tunes by DJs Clockwork and Trash Talk, a photo booth by Emily Moore and drink specials by London Vodka. 4127 Manchester Ave., The Grove
March 2: Ladies, get ready for the monthly Women Who Whiskey at Gamlin Whiskey House. In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, there will be plenty of Irish whiskey and dancing for the evening. Tickets are $60 and include dinner and pairings. 236 N Euclid Ave., Central West End
March 12: Head to Cedar Lake Cellars for a Whiskey & Beer Dinner. The four-course meal will include dishes like salt roasted beef tenderloin topped with tobacco onions, paired with The Quiet Man Irish whiskey. Tickets are $50 per person. 11008 Schreckengast Road, Wright City, Mo., 636.745.9500