Beer Blues Baseball Route 66 and over 20 Historic Neighborhoods
St. Louis is home to America’s best blues music, a grand brewing tradition and the century-old tradition of Cardinals baseball. The city was destined to become a beer town. In addition to the large German and Irish population, there was plenty of water, rail connections, limestone caves, and an entrepreneurial spirit that provided the foundation for the city’s beer business. Today, the tradition continues as St. Louis is home to several microbreweries and brewpubs.
Ballpark Village is a seven block, 10-acre entertainment plaza comprising Cardinals Nation, a venue that combines a Cards-themed restaurant, rooftop deck with views inside the stadium, and the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum; a Budweiser brew house, complete with beer garden and displays of St. Louis’ brewing history.
St. Louis Cardinals catch an exciting Major League Baseball action and cheer for the St. Louis Cardinals, 11-time World Series Champions. You can also take a Stadium Tour.
4 Hands Brewing Company is a craft brewery located in the LaSalle Park neighborhood. Specializing in crafting unique ales that push the level of creativity and flavor. At any one time, 10 different ales will be available.
Schlafly Bottleworks free tours of St. Louis’ favorite brewery includes an exhibit on the history of brewing in St. Louis, the brew house, bottling plant and tasting rooms.