Schlafly, Sam Adams Brew Red Sox World Series Victory Beer
ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – The Cardinals are hosting the Boston Red Sox at Busch Stadium this week for a World Series rematch, but they’re not the only ones in St. Louis hosting guests from Beantown.
Schlafly co-founder Dan Kopman is making good on his World Series bet with Sam Adams founder Jim Koch, which included a dinner at Pappy’s Smokehouse and an all-expenses paid trip for the winners to brew a victory beer in the losing city.
Last night, Schlafly hosted a dual tap takeover with Sam Adams at Flying Saucer, with taps from each brewery before and during the Cards-Red Sox game.
Today, Schlafly and Sam Adams brewers are brewing Boston’s victory brew, the “Double Red Rally Cap IPA,” at the Schlafly Tap Room.
The Double Red Rally Cap IPA will be on draft at the Tap Room starting Sept. 5.
If the Cardinals had won, Koch would have had to fork over two cases of Boston Lager and a lobster dinner.
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