Lakefront Brewery Beer Hall
Sarah and I enjoying a flight of beers paired with a Wisconsin Cheese Board featuring pickled grapes, sweet dried cranberries, cherry-bacon jam, artisan bread, goat blue, aged sheep, dill havarti, four year cheddar and gruyere.
Oh yes…we also indulged in their signature cupcake, a dark chocolate stout cupcake topped with maple butter cream (complete with a fresh, warm drizzle of maple syrup) and candied bacon.
The only way this photo could be any more Wisconsin is if my friend and I were in it wearing blaze orange jackets and a Packer hat.
The story of Schnaider’s brewery isn’t much different from the other St. Louis breweries of the day. What makes it unique is the beer garden he built next to it. Covering several acres, Schnaider’s Beer Garden served food and drink to thousands of people at once. At its height, it became a nationally known resort where visitors could enjoy music, watch theater, and drink beer. St. Louis, Missouri 1870’s
A photo I took in an abandoned brewery
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Most definitely. #MFDoom
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