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Friday, April 5, 2024

St. Charles County Breweries

St. Charles County MO Breweries

In St. Charles County, Missouri there are many fine breweries crafting their unique take on beer, the oldest recipe in the world. In fact, due to a growing number of elite microbreweries, the St. Louis area has become a major destination for beer lovers nationwide. But we don’t think you need to leave St. Charles County for an amazing microbrew tasting experience. Check out the following St. Charles County area breweries.

Exit Six Brewery

Exit 6 Brewery

5055 Highway N, Suite 113, Cottleville, MO 63304
Exit 6 Brewery touts that they are “St Charles County’s first nano-brewery”. In addition to five beers made in-house, they offer 70 different craft beers with 23 beers on tap. The beer selection includes high-flavor, unique and crafty brews reflecting owners who are true beer nerds. Exit 6 Brewery does not have a kitchen but you can bring your own food or have food delivered to the brewpub. Check them out in Cottleville any day of the week or catch their podcast The Brewsroom.

Friendship Brewing Company

Friendship Brewing Company
100 East Pitman Ave, Wentzville, MO

Six beer-loving friends started Friendship Brewing Company in Wentzville. Together they built their brewery and craft creative beers. The brewpub often gets compliments on service and atmosphere that includes a pet-friendly outdoor patio space. Food options include appetizers, street tacos and sandwiches, some of which integrate Friendship beer. Events at Friendship include trivia nights, paint nights, bands, special beer and food tastings, Sunday Bloody Mary bar and more. The next time you’re in Wentzville give it a try.

Good News Brewery

Good News Brewery
330 Sonderen, O'Fallon, Missouri

Sharing the good news through Bible study is what brought Matt Fair and Dan Tripp together. Along with friend Josh Brewer, they created Good News Brewing Company in O’Fallon. They offer some great examples of traditional beers as well as twists on the classics. Enjoy a wood fired pizza and a salad with your beer. Also you can reserve the patio for your next private party.

Third Wheel Brewing

Third Wheel Brewing
4008 N. Service Rd
, St. Peters, MO 63376

At Third Wheel Brewing in St. Peters you’ll find a range of beer styles brewed on site by head brewer Abbey Spencer. The helpful staff can help you select your new favorite beer. They offer a full menu of items designed to be paired with beer. Check out their events page to find events like Beer Bingo, Burger Battles, Bluegrass Brunch, bands and special beer releases. Bring the family because this pub is all ages.

Two Plumbers Brewery and Arcade

Two Plumbers Brewery + Arcade
745 Friedens Road, St. Charles, MO 63303

You might be surprised to learn that Two Plumbers Brewery was not founded by plumbers but by two childhood friends, a microbiologist and an animator, that love making beer. The plumbers are actually a reference to characters in a classic video game. In March 2017 Two Plumbers Brewery + Arcade was opened in an accessible strip mall location in St. Charles. Part brewery and part arcade, this 21 and over brewpub offers a bit of a departure from your usual brewery. In addition to their own beers they have several rotating taps serving beers from other Missouri breweries. They offer Dan O's pizza or you can bring your own food.
Shortleaf Brewery St. Charles County Missouri

Shortleaf Brewing
7434 Village Center Dr, O'Fallon, MO 63368

Shortleaf Brewing is a family-owned and operated craft brewery with two locations. The brew pub in Winghaven (O'Fallon), MO and also a  Microbrewery in Camdenton, MO include state-of-the-art facilities that implement eco-friendly technology for brewing the highest quality beers possible. Visit Shortleaf for great brews and food!

Crossroads Brewery

Crossroads Brewery
9995 Winghaven Blvd., O'Fallon, MO
At Crossroads Brewery in O’Fallon, Missouri, the beers are handcrafted works of delicious liquid art. They create small batches with big flavors by selecting the finest ingredients for every batch. They regularly release new beers, including some experimental batches. They are worth visiting often to try new releases of beers.

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From the ancient Egyptians to modern times, beer continues to be an important consumable in our culture and economy. We’ve seen how a brewery can be an amenity to a community and we understand the importance of community establishments that attract people and bolster home values. Thinking of moving to a new neighborhood in St. Charles County? Contact The Boehmer Team.

Originally published October 8, 2018. Updated April 5, 2024.

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