The nature of drinking beer complicates the formulation of a plan to get to or from several places in a short period of time.
How often we were at the brewery A and wanted us to get to the brewery B – the brewery
No more friends.
Four Midtown brewers have recently been united to offer craft beer lovers a free shuttle to take them to
Chestnut Brewing Co., a boat is An excellent way for those familiar with chestnut products to go for small breweries on the route include the Ice Ice Brewery Center, Twisted Roots and Wellspent Brewing Co., both of which were discovered in the last few months.
The pilot program runs until August 19, but it will probably continue, as the route proved to be successful in the drum new bus iness. And the second shuttle in the work, too, to make the loop even faster, said the center of brewer Bill McFarland, who came up with an idea.
If only every brewery in the area were on such a route. ] Hey, wait a minute (the author raises one finger in the air, as if to implement the idea).
It's not as easy as it seems.
Even if you will constantly travel to every brewery listed on the St. Louis Brouwer Guild website – over 80 beermakers in all with some being well outside the borders of St. Louis's area – the quickest route to visit them would take you to the clutter1 .400-mile road trip that would consume all 24 hours of the day and then some
No one has time – or drinking capacity – to pull it out.
I needed to make something more effective. So, I tore off some of the distant breweries (sorry, Brewing from a tin mill in Hermann and Excel Brewing Co. in Breese) and tried to keep each route to a controlled load – assuming you want to take more than one beer in some of these it would be difficult to visit a dozen breweries on the same trip.
It should also be noted that we in Hip Hops do not condone drinking and riding in any form, and this, although these imaginary routes will be made for large shuttle lines, we do not recommend doing it on your own if you do not have a designated the driver
With a careful way, here is my unofficial St. Louis Brewery-Hop map.
Route 1 • St. Louis Loop Loop
With the most famous beer names of St. Louis on this route, this is the main vein for the new and old to the local brewery community.
Beginning with Schlafly Tap Room is the oldest brewery on the block and, in fact, has paved the way for almost everyone else in this list. You want to allocate enough time to go to the brewery at Anheuser-Busch . And the bonus: beer here (the first two, at least) are free. Zoom photo for 2nd Shift is one of the fastest growing producers in the city. And most of the time, provide your own information on beer by providing feedback in the tasting room URB to a research brewery across the United States from to Manchester's massive beer hall in Manchester.
1 • Schlafly Tap Room, 2100 Locust Street
2 • Morgan Street Brewery, 721 North Second Street
3 Brewery 4 Hands, 1220 Southern Eighth Street
4 • Anheuser-Busch Street InBev, 12 and Lynch
5 • Cherokee Street Beer for the World, 2724 Cherokee Street
[19459039 • Civic life, 3714 Holt Avenue
7 • Alpha Pivovarnya, 4310 Fyler Avenue
8 • The second brewery company, 1601 Sublette Avenue 19659006] 9 • Modern Brewery, 5231 Manchester Ave
10 • City Brewer Company Chestnuts, 4465 Manchester Ave
11 3914 Lindell Boulevard
Length of the route • 18 miles
Estimated tour time • Six hours
Beer is required for testing • 4 Brewing for hands Chocolate milk
Route 2 • Inner city
For all the central breweries that we know and love, which could not fit on the main train.
This route includes some of the newest brewing factories that enter the market, for example Center Ice Brewing Cider River Bricks and Root Brewery Brewery One of the stops in Cycle not yet discovered – Rockwell Brewing Co. – a brewery made from ship containers, which will open in September.