Schlafly Tap Room

2100 Locust St Saint LouisMO63103
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Our chef Andy White brings his expertise to the food and beer pairings. Some current staff favorites: Fish and fries with pilsner, fried egg and ham toastie with kolsch, schnitzel with hefeweizen, lamb burger with oatmeal stout, mussels and fries with pale ale.
by mapquest on May 27, 2015 from mapquest


The Extras:
With three spaces to choose from, Schlafly is equipped to host all types of private events.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

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St. Louis Brewery/The Tap Room Restaurant Review:
St. Louis’ first microbrewery continues to be one of its most popular and prolific, with more than 50 styles of beer in rotation throughout the year. The current crop of ales includes experiments with American hops and ingredients like fruits (from makrut lime to grapefruit) and seasonings (from nutmeg to Himalayan sea salt). Pub snacks are hearty, rich and eminently shareable, especially the...
by gayot on May 10, 2018 from gayot
A few blocks north of Union Station, in a 1904 brick building that used to house a printing company, this microbrewery brews more than 30 kinds of Schlafly brand beer on the premises (eight or so are usually on offer) and serves a variety of sandwiches and entrees, many of which include beer in their recipes, including Oatmeal Stout steak-and-mushroom pie, and beer-and-cheddar soup. An upstairs...
by frommers on August 20, 2007 from frommers
In an old building in the burgeoning Loft district, Tom Schlafly has put together a microbrewery that's on its way to macrohood. Bare brick walls, windows overlooking the brewing area, glowing wood---no one would mistake this for Anheuser-Busch. Beers are wide-ranging in flavor and always hearty; the food is tasty and bound to get better with the arrival of Clint Whittemore, formerly of...
by gayot on July 09, 2007 from gayot
The town's most ""hop""-ening beer and surprisingly good food make this the city's ultimate microbrewery experience.:
The Scene
Crowds of people from college dudes to retirees surround the three wooden, old-school bars, sipping 10-ounce-, pint- or sampler-sized suds brewed on the premises. Brick walls...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on December 09, 2003 from Citysearch

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Legendary for being the pioneer brew pub in the state, The Schlafly Tap Room has an enviable list of beers. Brewing almost 50 different varieties of beer every year, the tap room caters to every fussy beer-lover. With live music, art shows and BBQ's happening regularly, Schlafly taps all the right notes.
by yahoolocal on August 03, 2015 from yahoolocal