Most of you are probably unaware that The Old Bakery Beer Company is the only certified organic brewery in the St. Louis area. While you may think of “organic” as a buzzword (pun totally intended) their efforts in sustainability are a big part of who they are. That’s why it comes as no surprise that for their third anniversary, they’re hosting the Buzz’d Beer Festival on Sunday, March 4 from 1 PM – 5 PM. This festival will focus on beers that include fruit, flowers, & honey as part of an effort to educate & bring attention to the necessity and plight of pollinators.
Old Bakery has partnered with the Piasa Palisades Chapter of the Sierra Club who will be on site providing education & interactive opportunities related to pollinators, and will be receiving a portion of the ticket sales. Tickets are $30 in advance or $35 day of and include a commemorative glass, tastings from over 25 local breweries, cidermakers, & distilleries. Funky Brew will be spinning old school blues, soul, & funk all afternoon, and there will be buzz’d food available for purchase.
The participating breweries, cidermakers, & distilleries include: 2nd Shift, Appleknocker Cider, Augusta, Earthbound, Main and Mill, Recess, Route 51, Schlafly, Silver Tree Spirits, Six Mile Bridge, St. Nicholas, Stubborn German, Two Plumbers, Urban Chestnut, Alpha, The Hop Brewery, White Rooster Farmhouse Brewery, 4 Hands, 4204 Main Street, Rockwell Beer Company, Crown Valley, Cathedral Square, Narrow Gauge, Stumpy’s, and of course The Old Bakery Beer Company!
The festival will also be the first chance for people to taste The Old Bakery Beer Company’s 3rd Anniversary Beer, a Bourbon Barrel Aged Doppelbock with Sweet Cherry Juice – the brewery’s nod to the classic Manhattan cocktail.
Tickets are available now at the brewery or you can purchase them by clicking here.
We’ve got TWO tickets for one lucky winner. We’ll leave this one open for a week so you have until 11:59pm Tuesday, February 20 to enter! Some entry options can be done daily so you can enter more than once!