On Tap: St. Louis Ranked As A Top Beer City, Drizly App Makes Alcohol Home Deliveries

By Katlyn Moncada
In Food

After searching the nation for the best, we are not surprised that St. Louis recently landed a spot on Livability’s top 10 list of Best Beer Cities for 2014. Ranked number seven, the annual listing took note of St. Louis’ rich beer history from housing the largest and oldest Anheuser-Busch brewery to the more than 15 microbreweries and counting in the city—many of which are garnering national attention.

Photo courtesy of Perennial Artisan Ales

Photo courtesy of Perennial Artisan Ales

Enjoy a little ice cream in your booze? Look to Ices Plain and Fancy to get your fix with its new Boozy Ices menu. The Shaw neighborhood spot known for creating unique ice cream combinations made-to-order with liquid nitrogen, has been making some pretty great local collaborations in their journey so far. For a new treat, try 4 Hands Brewing Co.’s Chocolate Milk Stout Float. 2256 S. 39th St., Shaw, 314.601.3604

Jan. 17: Cedar Lake Cellars in Wright City is planning a series of “Wine and Dine” monthly events starting in the new year on Jan. 17 from 7-10pm. January’s Italian wine dinner will include four courses paired alongside Cedar Lake fine wines with dishes like cacciucco, an Italian fish stew with veal and crimini risotto. Tickets are $70 per person and reservations are recommended.  11008 Schreckengast Road, Wright City, Mo., 636.745.9500

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