The town of Millstadt, Illinois has strong roots as a farming and milling community. At one time the town boasted three mills, and in
Category: Beer Tourism
The Sunday after Thanksgiving is Small Brewery Sunday. Here’s how Third Wheel is celebrating
I agree, there are too many National Day’s of ‘crap’. But, there is room for one more, for sure. The Brewers Association has declared the
Warm up for MWBBF with the Baller Belgian Beer Blowout Banger!
What the heck is a Belgian style beer? Unlike other beer styles, Belgian style actually lacks it, meaning there really is no style to define.
Country legend Garth Brooks declares this the summer of “dive bars”
If you have read this blog recently, you’ll know I’ve restarted my series on St. Louis corner bars. Some might call the “dive bars,” but
A nearly, almost, sort of complete list of all the beer pouring at Fest-Of-Ale
The twelfth annual Fest-of-Ale is May 17th from 6 p.m to 9 p.m.
New collab debuting during Great Rivers & Routes Craft Beer Week
Five of your favorite Illinois craft breweries are coming to together to create one special new collaboration beer – Farmhouse 66, in honor of the
Beer Bash is perfect introduction to the Southern Illinois Beer Trail
Beer crawls are alive and well, but another mobile experience has been gaining in popularity in recent years. “Beer Trails” are the new darling of
8 breweries making variants on one stout recipe for St. Charles County Beer Week
In case you have not noticed, St. Charles and St. Charles County has more than overcome the old adage that it was a craft beer
Flagship beers pave the way to creative brewing freedom, Part 1
In the craft beer world, it is quite mesmerizing how many choices we have of quality breweries as well as the vast number of beers
Get ‘buzzd’ with Old Bakery and their new Rum Barrel-aged Belgian Quadrupel
It just seems like yesterday. One of my first articles posted on this blog back in 2015, was about the new brewery in Alton, Illinois.