Schlafly Brewing Co. Bottleworks

Type: Breweries
  • Location: 7260 Southwest
    Maplewood 63143
    United States
  • Phone: (314) 241-2337
  • Beers Brewed: 30
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  • Tour: Days: Daily
    Hours: FRI – 12, 2, 4, and 5 p.m. SAT – 12-5 p.m. on the hour SUN – 12, 2 and 4 p.m. MON-THURS – groups of 15 or more contact Stewart at tours@schlaf
  • Restaurant: Days Open: Daily
    Hours: Sunday-Tuesday: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday: 11 a.m.-Midnight, restaurant until 9:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday: 11 a.m.-Midnight, restaurant until 11
  • Beer: Schlafly Oktoberfest
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Brewing and bottling delicious beer and serving great food in a unique, non-smoking environment, Bottleworks is St. Louis's first new production brewery since the end of Prohibition.
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  • Oct 28, 2009
    Wonkothsane (1)Rank: Beer Novice
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    Schlafly's Bottleworks is their Second location, the first being the Tap Room, located in downtown St. Louis.
    The Bottleworks is a converted grocery store (Shop 'n Save, if I remember correctly) that now houses an impressive brewery, gourmet restaurant, bar, and outside patio area. In the warmer months, they often hold events in the patio area, and sometimes close off the street in front of the building to host larger events. There is live music every weekend, and sometimes on weeknights. in the colder months, the patio area hosts a small fire pit, while the live music is moved inside to the bar area. The Beer is top notch, and the food is unmatched in the area. they use local suppliers for their meats, veggies, and cheeses. The Beer List varies by season, but they do have several that are kept around all year. At any given time, you will find no less than 10 freshly brewed beers on tap. The food menu is very original, but to some may seem unusual. You will find Buffalo Nachos (as in Buffalo meat, not hot sauce), and venison cheese steak sandwiches. I have personally had many of the dishes, including some of the more unusual offerings, and have yet to find one that offends the taste buds. Overall, this place is a definite must for foodies, beer lovers, and bar hoppers that live in or are visiting the St. Louis area.