Mahlab ESB, Open Source Brown, Irish Red Ale - All tonight at Beer League
This weeks beer isn't a beer - it's a selection of beers from Earthbound Brewing here in beautiful St. Louis, Missouri. This is the tap takeover to be here for because we're having three damn fine beers, we're donating food to the St. Louis Area Foodbank, and we're going to argue about which Earthbound offering is our favorite.
Giving back is important to Beer League and The Waiting Room, and we're dedicated to helping each other out as best we can. The St. Louis Area Foodbank gives us a way to ensure that we are doing direct good with monetary and food donations.
We're proud to be able to help feed St. Louis with them.
Reviews From Ratebeer
What are they good for? Absolutely nothing! Say it again!
On Tap. Served an amber color with a small head. Aroma of grain, bit of malt sweetness. Taste of malt sweetness bit of fruit and grain. Has a bitterness that lingers a bit into the finish. Moderate body with a fairly smooth feel."
Open Source Brown
Sampler at the brewery. Murky deep brown with just a little off white foam. Earthiness is big. Nuts and soft citrus. A bitterness kind of like bakers chocolate. A bit of sourness that is herbal is tasted at the finish that defines the long after taste. This changed rapidly. Interesting.
Irish Red Ale
On Tap. Served an amber color with a small head. Aroma of grain, bit of malt sweetness. Taste of malt sweetness bit of fruit and grain. Has a bitterness that lingers a bit into the finish. Moderate body with a fairly smooth feel.
Three stamps, three choices, three beers to try. You know you're gonna try all three.
So make sure you bring some cans along with your can up to TWR tonight and help us do something good.
The St. Louis Art Machine is a collaboration of St. Louis artists selling art for $5 out of cigarette machines.
What in the hell is a St. Louis Art Machine, you ask?
The St. Louis Art Machine is a repurposed cigarette machine owned by Sarah Harris, made mechanically sound by Tyler Harris, and filled with the tiny, cigarette-pack-sized-arts of local artists and makers.
Because of our desire to make small art affordable and approachable, all works are set at a flat-rate of $5 ea.
Currently the St. Louis Art Machine is installed at The Waiting Room Bar & Venue, where it will reside for about four months until it moves to its next home with a new set of artists.