New beer guaranteed to improve your weekend by a factor of at least 1.5:
Schlafly / Kaldi’s Coffee Stout
Our Coffee Stout is a classic combination of a traditional stout and premium French roast coffee from St. Louis roaster, Kaldi’s Coffee. Roasted barley and coffee dominate the aroma, with the sweetness from the stout balancing the acidity of the coffee. We use a unique cold toddy extraction process to brew a less acidic coffee for the beer.
In the 1990’s, Kaldi’s staff started visiting the Schlafly Tap Room, asking for a pint of stout and a shot of espresso. Both Schlafly and Kaldi’s realized this was a match made in beer heaven, and soon started working together to find the perfect coffee blend to mix with our Oatmeal Stout. This collaboration continues today, with regular tastings to perfect the Coffee Stout.
Boulevard Great 8 Pack
8 12oz bottles of some of the best Boulevard beers ft Tank 7, Tell-Tale Tart, The Calling IPA, and Rye Whiskey Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout.
Cismontane Brewing Company is now in St. Louis!
Black’s Nocturne – Bourbon Barrel-Aged Stout
We took everyone’s favorite Imperial Stout (sans coffee) and aged it for nearly a year in fresh Heaven Hill Bourbon barrels, which we then blended in an attempt to tame the bourbon beastliness. Creamy vanilla and smooth oak on the nose complement and round out the roasted, bitter chocolate characteristics. A kiss of bourbon booziness on the palate provides the perfect finish for this rich and decadent tribute to the dark months ahead. Be prepared…winter is coming.
St. Peter – Chardonnay Barrel-Aged Belgian Pale
50% Chardonnay barrel-aged Belgian pale 15 months 50% Belgian pale ale.
Named after the coulter big cone pine tree this is a well-balanced I.P.A. It brings the beer style back to its roots. Brewed with a hit of rye for head retention and a deeper malt character, this beer has the best of all worlds, great hop aroma, a strong body and deceiving strength.
West Coast Double IPA. 9% – 85 IBU – Citra, Amarillo, Chinook, Bravo. Hoppy, bitter, dry, boozy, citrusy, piny.
The California Common almost disappeared after prohibition as did the term Cismontane. Our interpretation of this style is a golden warm fermented lager with sufficient hop aroma. As a brewer and citizen of Cismontane California it is our obligation to produce a fine Californian Common.