Schlafly Beer

Schlafly Beer is proud to be St.Louis’ largest locally owned independent brewery. Each year, we brew about fifty unique styles of fresh beer, roughly half of which we bottle and half of which are exclusively available on draft at our two brewery-restaurants. We have a unique beer style for every beer lover, and hope you’ll enjoy our selections at your favorite local stores, restaurants, and bars. The Schlafly Tap Room in Downtown St. Louis first opened its doors in 1991 and holds the distinction of being the first new brewpub to open in Missouri since Prohibition. Housed in a beautifully restored wood and brick building on the National Historic Register, The Schlafly Tap Room enjoys a reputation as a casual, earthy place to drink, dine, listen to great live music, or host a special event. Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood has been described as the “local home of beer” and one of the best places in St. Louis to arrive hungry and thirsty. It’s fun, friendly, warm, and inviting and has become a gathering place for the local community and their families. As St. Louis’ first new production brewery to open since the end of Prohibition, the free weekend tours are not to be missed (11:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM, on the hour, Friday ­ Sunday). Visit our website for the latest information about events and live music, our beer, restaurant menus, tours, and more. For our Events Calendar, go to: www.Schlafly.com/Events/Calendar/. Join us on Twitter and Facebook.

Schlafly Bottleworks

Schlafly Bottleworks has been described as the “local home of beer” and one of the best places in St. Louis to arrive hungry and thirsty. It’s fun, friendly, warm, and inviting and has become a gathering place for the local community and their families. As St. Louis’ first new production brewery to open since the end of Prohibition, the free weekend tours are not to be missed (11:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM, on the hour, Friday ­ Sunday). Schlafly Beer is proud to be St.Louis’ largest locally owned independent brewery. Each year, we brew about fifty unique styles of fresh beer, roughly half of which we bottle and half of which are exclusively available on draft at our two brewery-restaurants. We have a unique beer style for every beer lover. Visit our website for the latest information about events and live music, our beer, tours, and more.

The Schlafly Tap Room

The Schlafly Tap Room first opened its doors in 1991 and holds the distinction of being the first new brewpub to open in Missouri since Prohibition. Housed in a beautifully restored wood and brick building on the National Historic Register, The Schlafly Tap Room enjoys a reputation as a casual, earthy place to drink, dine, listen to great live music, or host a special event. Schlafly Beer is proud to be St.Louis’ largest locally owned independent brewery. Each year, we brew about fifty unique styles of fresh beer, roughly half of which we bottle and half of which are exclusively available on draft at our two brewery-restaurants. We have a unique beer style for every beer lover. Visit our website for the latest information about events and live music, our beer, tours, and more.

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Address:

Schlafly Bottleworks

7260 Southwest Ave

Maplewood, MO 63143

314-241-BEER (2337) Ext. 2

Schlafly Tap Room

2100 Locust St

St. Louis, MO 63103

314-241-BEER (2337) Ext. 1

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