We’re not even a week into 2018 and the good news is flowing in like a delicious Winter Grind straight from the faucet.
Mother’s Brewing Company from Springfield, MO, is coming to the city of St. Louis and surrounding areas on February 20!
They’re coming to town with the help of their three new distributors: Lohr Distributing Co., Krey Distributing Co., and Grey Eagle Distributors.
If you’re like us, Mother’s has been on a short list of Missouri breweries that we’ve been wanting to see on local shelves for a long time. Beers like Milf (and its variants), Three Blind Mice, Winter Grind and their entire “Backyard Series” are going to get a lot of attention from Arch-proud beer geeks.
“The entire Mother’s family is looking forward to sharing our beers and our brand with the good people of St. Louis. This has been a long time coming. St. Louis is one of America’s greatest beer cities and we are humbled and honored to be among the Missouri local brewers who purvey ales and lagers there. We love the idea of being part of that family. We know this launch will be a great deal of fun for us.” – Jeff Schrag, Owner and Founder
When these hit shelves next month, they will sell out quickly. Stay up to date on which beers will be out and about by following or Shelf Sightings each Friday and be sure to check our events calendar for all of the rollout parties that are sure to happen at local bottle shops.
About Mother’s Brewing Company: “Mother’s Brewing Company brews beer the only way we know how: with a mother’s love. A love that begins on the Springfield streets we walk between pubs. A love found in centuries of brewing tradition. A love in mastering and then reinventing those traditions. A love felt in every palm-searing high five delivered across the bar. In laughter over a shared six-pack. In a meal elevated by a perfectly paired beer. In the hair of the dog the morning after. From our brew house to your backyard, we infuse everything that we are into every drop of your beer. We believe in love. We brew love. In downtown Springfield.”