Brewery and Restaurants in St. Louis

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Heather Richards, Demand Media

Approximately 350,000 people tour the Anheuser-Busch brewery in St. Louis, Missouri, each year. The 142-acre site is one of 12 breweries the company operates. The centerpiece building, the Brew House, is recognized by the National Park Service as a National Historic Landmark Building. Even though Anheuser-Busch might be the biggest, it is not the only brewery in town. Many St. Louis restaurants brew and serve their own beer.

Buffalo Brewing Company

Offering a unique mix of comfort and bar food, Buffalo Brewing Company’s menu mixes several culinary themes. A touch of Mexican is found in chimichangas and quesadillas, Southern food influenced the fried pickles and comfort-food classics are represented in the meatloaf and bread pudding. The unifying theme of the menu, however, is that all the items go great with one of the 20 beers brewed in-house weekly. From pale ales to reds to extra stouts, you are sure to enjoy one of the six brews on tap. In addition to enjoying the beer at the restaurant, a growler of beer can be purchased for drinking at home.

Buffalo Brewing Company
3100 Olive St.
St. Louis, MO 63103
(314) 534-2337

The Stable

The Stable has a moderately sized menu offering pizza and sandwiches; a much larger selection of libations is available. Choose from 24 draft beers, at least four of which are brewed on-site, and 50 bottled varieties. The Stable also distills liquor, from barrel aged rum to moonshine. Live music serves as entertainment each weekend. Sunday’s Beer Brunch is the most popular event of the week, featuring a rotation of menu options and drink specials. The online calendar keeps track of the special events held frequently.

The Stable
1821 Cherokee St.
St. Louis, MO 63118
(314) 771-8500

Square One Brewery & Distillery

Opened in 2006, Square One is a relative newcomer to St. Louis brewery scene. It has become respected for the variety of beer and spirits created in-house. At least 12 of its beer varieties are available on tap at any time. The Spirit of St. Louis rum and vodka always are offered. Each sandwich and entree on the large menu suggests a beer pairing. The wurst plate and Cuban pulled pork are tasty, but the build-your-own burger is the most popular choice. Each week the chef picks his favorite customer creation and offers it as a special the following week. Both beer and spirits are available for dine-in or at-home enjoyment.

Square One Brewery & Distillery
1727 Park Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63104
(314) 231-2537

About the Author

Heather Richards is a freelance web writer in Rhode Island. Richards has managed non-profits serving senior citizens and individuals with developmental disabilities for 12 years. She holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Public Administration from UNC Pembroke.

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