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Perennial Artisan Ales presents Midwest Belgian Beer Fest 2014

July 1st, 2014 | 1 Comment | Posted in Uncategorized

Slow Food St. Louis is honored to be the benefiting charity for this year’s Midwest Belgian Beer Fest on JULY 26th!


Please join Perennial and Side Project, along with forty of their brewery friends for our Third Annual Midwest Belgian Beer Fest!

This year, MWBBF will take place on Saturday, July 26th from 1:00PM-5:00PM at the Moto Museum at 3441 Olive Street in St. Louis.

They are proud to announce that each year, Midwest Belgian Beer Fest will be partnering with a local charity.  This year, proceeds from the fest will be donated to Slow Food St. Louis, which aims to promote “fresh, local and sustainably-produced food, biodiversity and the preservation of food traditions, as well as celebrating the pleasures of the table.”  In an effort to maximize our donation, we will have a raffle for some AWESOME prizes, as well, so don’t forget to bring some cash!

Tickets will go on sale at www.perennialbeer.com on Wednesday, June 25th.  The ticket price is $50 and includes a tasting glass along with Belgian-style beers from the following breweries:

Perennial Artisan Ales    &     Side Project Brewing
2nd Shift    4 Hands    Against the Grain   Avery    Bells    Boulevard    Cathedral Square    Charleville    Cigar City    Commons    Crooked Stave  de Garde    Destihl    Evil Twin    Firestone Walker    Goose Island    Goose Island Clybourn    Half Acre    Haymarket Brewery      Hill Farmstead   Jester King    Jolly Pumpkin    Morgan Street    Mystic    New Belgium    New Holland    Oakshire    Odell    O’Fallon    Off Color    Ozark    Penrose    Prairie Artisan Ales    Revolution   Santa Fe    Schlafly    Solemn Oath    Stillwater    Stone    Sun King    Upland    Upright   Urban Chestnut    Wicked Weed    Wiseacre

Food will be available for purchase from Completely Sauced, along with guest chef, Brian Moxey.  Please email info@perennialbeer.com with any questions!

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One Response to “Perennial Artisan Ales presents Midwest Belgian Beer Fest 2014”

  1. Khimmy Says:

    Yeah, Max’s was crowded, but not 100% pkcaed when I got there, around 9:30ish. I had some top notch beers, though, Petrus Winter, Witkap pater dubbel, st. feuillien printemps, lefebvre barbar, and dupont avec els bons voeux .. reviews to follow, of course!

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