Thursday, October 11, 2012

A bevy of new beer bottles flows from St. Louis brewers

The only thing the following beers have in common is that if you blink you might miss out on snagging one. From brews started at a local barbecue joint to ones finished with cherries inside wine barrels, here are several worth looking for in the coming months.


Foundation: 4 Hands' new bottling line will allow the brewery to produce more 22-ounce bottles, starting with Foundation, an ale brewed with organic peach juice, fresh basil, lemon balm and ginger in collaboration with several of St. Louis' top chefs.

Smoked Pigasus: Iconic St. Louis pitmaster Mike Emerson smoked some of the malts for this beer at his Pappy's Smokehouse. The smoky-sweet rye maple porter will be available this month.

Morning Glory: Brewed with sweet potatoes, allspice, nutmeg and vanilla beans and aged on pecan wood chips, this fall seasonal will be available in November.


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