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Schlafly Bottleworks, Maplewood

Categories: Breweries, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
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  • We had a get-together for a biking group...a reunion. It was slightly after noon, and the beer samples flowed. The food was amazing, and the service was outstanding. This was excellent. We'll be back....  read more »
  • Eaten here many times for work lunch and with my wife on weekends. My wife loves their cider so she had a snifter of cider and we also got a flight of 5 beers for $10. Pretzels with cheese dip are awe...  read more »
  • WOW, great atmosphere and a non busy location. We ate outside on a cool evening, the pavilion area is heated everyone was more than comfortable. This is a midsized brewery with quit the selections of ...  read more »
  • I believe that Pot Roast has to be the best I've ever had. The mashed potatoes were very nice. The atmosphere was amazing. Nice afternoon and we were able to enjoy it outside.
  • The beer is amazing.. The service not to much. We were greeted by the hostess who asked us if we were ordering food because they didn't want to seat us in the dining room if we weren't (never had that experience ANYWHERE). When we made our beer selection our waitress made a smart comment about how NO ONE likes that beer we ordered (ok?). Then we ordered the meat and cheese block and instead of crackers like it said on the menu it was served with really stale nasty bread. Our waitress then passively aggressively walks by stating "those are crackers just so you know". Plus she played with her hair before touching people's plates and serving them food (gross). I love Schlafy beer it is my favorite but i won't return because of the borderline rude service received.
  • Food was great beer great. Would rate 4.5, only because I haven't tried full menu. If you get the can off the tap, it does have a slight metal tin flavor to it wish I filled my growler with the double bean blonde ale instead of getting it in a can.
  • Schlafly has improved in the last decade period or so. Yet not remarkably. The brew masters arrived at a flavor profile and base and merely ad adjuncts to call it something. An As ran. Not a Ran. The Grapefruit IPA needs more grapefruit and less IPA. The Coffee stout is okay. Though under it all, be it ale or lager-pils type, the fermented wort tastes the same. I'm from WA-state. St. Louis beers tend to suck blandly. Though you slack-jawed pointy-head Midwestern white folks seem to think this some pretty great ales. Beh. The long bar counter in the primary room is nasty. It has a shoulder rest and obligatory hooks under the counter to hang your whatever. Yet the counter top has a strip of carbon-steel sheet metal. It is rusting. Also, rusting, wet steel attracts microbes of all sort, and so, is unsanitary. The rusting steel also smell badly and effects the beer and good flavor. Nasty. The spaces under the ceiling-hanged taps are stainless. Why not make it all stainless or, classier, copper alloy as appropriate for a counter top. I dunno wot's wrong with you pointy-heads in fly-over hell hole St. Louis, yet you seem to behave as if being in a bar means you must shriek ever more loudly to be heard whether 40 or 250 people are in the same place, music playing or not. What is wrong with you, St. Louis white folks? Why so LOUD? In four visits I had the grilled cheese menu item. Each subsequent time it was an inferior creation. The cooks or chefs you use do not apply consistent grill practicum? Mid week daytime seems the best. Nearer the evening and weekend-night (Friday and Sat-your-day) the food prep suffer. Just replace the stinking rusty metal counter top under your hanging taps. Stainless or copper. A sanitary surface from whence to enjoy a grilled cheese and enjoy your many brewed offering can be improved. At least my palate suffers for the nasty rusty smell. The best ale St. Loogey produces is 4-Hands. And only from the can. Inferior from the tap at the 4-Hands brewery. Black Raven Brewing Company and Kulshan Brewing in WA-state. Top that, St. Loogey, Missou-Rah. Ppppppppptht. The Midwest is a dung heap.
  • Great food, and good beer. The staff was super friendly. The store is fun to look around in. I had the Cajun Crawfish pasta, and it was fantastic.
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