St. Louis supports local brewers during craft beer week

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The St. Louis Craft Beer Week is well underway as it enters Monday.

The week long event started on Saturday with events at Macklind Avenue Deli, Wine Shop & Tasting Bar, Six Row Brewing Company, The Moto Museum, Everything Wine & Cigars and Three Kings. Sunday events were held at the Milagro Modern Mexican, Urban Chestnut Brewing Company, International Taphouse (Soulard), Craft Beer Cellar, Everything Wine & Cigar, The Libertine and the Three Kings.

Urban Chestnut Brewing Company, off of Washington Avenue in St. Louis, had live music from Tommy Halloran and Brian Curran, outside seating in their biergarten and a pork roast. Along with the roast, Andrew’s Bayou Ribs was present with their delicious ribs.

iTap in Soulard, featured special beers for the event: 4 Hands Pomegranate Prussia, Perennial Anniversari, Bottles of Love Child, Gueze Tilquin, Jolly Pumpkin La Roja and HaandBryggeriet Haandbakk. A DJ was on hand to keep the atmosphere alive.

The St. Louis Craft Beer Week  is a great chance to venture out and try new beers and support St. Louis craft breweries.

Throughout the week there will be tap takeovers, beer dinners, beer festivals, celebrations, free keep the glass, and many more types of events.

For more information and a complete schedule of events visit STLBeerWeek.com