On Tap: Shelly's Bar Makes its Debut in Soulard, Standard Brewing Co. Arriving to Maryland Heights

By Katlyn Moncada
In Food

After announcing its arrival earlier this year, new sports bar Shelly’s has finally opened its doors in historic Soulard. Housed in the former Clementine’s Bar, the New Orleans-style building space has been completely updated and remodeled thanks to co-owners Mark Packer and Shelly Rauh. The bar and lounge features a classic wood bar, multiple TVs, plenty of indoor seating and an outdoor patio. The walls are adorned with nostalgic sports memorabilia from signed jerseys to college team photos, signs and more. 2001 Menard St., Soulard, 314.484.3593

Photo courtesy of Shelly's

Photo courtesy of Shelly’s

New brewery Standard Brewing Co. will be opening this weekend in Maryland Heights. As reported by Feast, the brewery comes from a collaboration from homebrewers Jeff Harlan and Jeff “Jonesy” Jones. Two beers will be making a debut this weekend: Standard’s Enigma IPA and Klassisich Hefeweizen. In addition to the house brews, there will be a selection of local breweries, as well as eats from Pulse Pizza. Known throughout STL in bars and as caterers, this will be Pulse’s first time to make a permanent residence. 12322 Dorsett Road, Maryland Heights, 314.548.2270 

Sept. 19: American IPA, Blackberry Cider, Coffee Stout, Oktoberfest. These are just some of the 40 Schlafly beers you can enjoy at this year’s Hop in the City. Located in the Schlafly Tap Room, guests will enjoy food, live music and unlimited beer samples. Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 the day of the event—if it doesn’t sell out. View the full list of brews and purchase tickets in advance here. 2100 Locust St., Downtown

Sept. 19: Experience a wine tasting unlike any other at Saint Louis Science Center for Starlite Events’ Science Uncorked from 7-11pm. Get hands-on with some of wine-making’s most popular ingredients, learn the science behind the wine-making process and experience more than 70 wine tastings—including small plates cooked with wine. Tickets  are $50 for members, $55 for non-members and $60 at the door. 5050 Oakland Ave., Forest Park, 314.289.4424

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