Beer, Wine & Spirits in Missouri


Beer-, Wine-, or Cheese-Making Class for One or Two at St. Louis Wine & Beermaking (Up to 50% Off)

St. Louis Wine & Beermaking

St Louis Wine and Beermaking

Learn to brew beer, ferment wine, or make cheese at home during classes at a well-stocked supplier

$35 $19

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Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Glasses and Take-Home Bottle at The Terrace at French Village (Up to 48% Off)

The Terrace at French Village

The Terrace at French Village

Visitors gaze out at picturesque scenery while sampling local wines, then take home branded wine glasses and a bottle of their choice

$45 $27

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Wine-Tasting Package for Two at The White Rose (Up to 47% Off)

The White Rose

White Rose Winery Bed and Breakfast and Restaurant

Intricate, handmade wines crafted from hand-picked grapes on the site of a century-old, family-owned Irish estate

$36 $19

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Wine and Beer Tasting for Two or Four at Bias Winery & Gruhlke's Microbrewery (Up to 57% Off)

Bias Winery & Gruhlke's Microbrewery

Bias Vineyards

Tastings include up to seven samples of beer, 10–15 samples of wine, and a glass of wine or pint of beer to cap the experience

$39.50 $17

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Wine Tasting and Vineyard Tour for Two or Four at St. Jordan Creek Winery (60% Off)

St. Jordan Creek Winery

St. Jordan Creek Winery

Taste five samples of wine during a 45-minute outside tour around the vineyard led by the vintner

$40 $16

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Beer Flight, Beer-Making Lesson, or 3-Hour Private Party at Earthbound Brewing (Up to 57% Off)

Earthbound Brewing

St. Louis

Try stouts and IPAs while learning about the process of beer-making and touring the brewery.

$60 $29

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Draft Beer Tasting for Two or Two Appetizers and Four Draft Beers at Kirkwood Station Brewing Co. (Up to 39% Off)

Kirkwood Station Restaurant & Brewing Co.

Kirkwood Station Restaurant & Brewing Co.

Rotating selection of 11 draft beers on tap; signature brews include ales, lagers, and seasonal draft beers

$34.50 $21

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  • Magnolia’s
    One autumn day, 13-year-old Shanita McAfee wandered through her local apple orchard, plucking the ripest, plumpest apples. She had done this for years with her dad and siblings, but this year was different. Instead of giving the apples to her mom for apple pies, Shanita decided to take on the challenge herself. She loved her mom's pies, but didn't understand why her mom would use a store-bought crust if she was going to put in the effort to make everything else from scratch. So, Shanita started experimenting with various homemade-crust recipes, and her passion for cooking was born. Though Shanita?s repertoire has expanded to include savory dishes, such as New Orleans?style shrimp and pan-seared seafood, her cooking philosophy remains the same: fresh, seasonal ingredients prepared with love. Magnolia?s chef has also made it her mission to challenge people to "experience traditional Southern ingredients and food in a different way." That's why she creates things such as braised oxtail lasagna and Grown Up grilled cheese?toasted farm-to-market challah bread with smoked gouda and Tillamook cheddar served with bacon horseradish dip and a 401K pamphlet.
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    2932 Cherry St.
    Kansas City, MO US
  • L & M Catering LLC
    As you approach the ornate 1916 building now known as Bevo Mill, you may notice two storks on the chimney. They aren't pausing en route to deliver twins—the stone birds were added as a good luck symbol in the German and Dutch tradition. When August A. Busch Sr. of Anheuser-Busch commissioned the structure in the years leading up to World War I, he sought to bring Europe's Flemish architecture and culture back to his native St. Louis. The historical building eventually closed its doors to the public, but in 2009, it reopened as Bevo Mill, an elegant events center that welcomes weddings, corporate gatherings, and other large-scale happenings. Visitors can still watch the 60-foot-wide aluminum blades of the original windmill spin, and admire the exterior stucco walls’ multicolored stones, each hand-picked by Mr. Busch from his home farm. Brass chandeliers illuminate the main dining area, where vaulted cathedral ceilings curve down into arches whose bases are guarded by stone-carved gnomes. Local artisans restored the Mill Room's painted tile murals and ornate wooden beams, and the Oak Room's artisan glass and art deco light fixtures were meticulously repaired or stolen from Jay Gatsby's mansion. In the kitchen, chefs prepare refined event menus and samplings of hors d'oeuvres such as flaky feuilletes, glazed pot stickers, quiches, and quesadillas. Buffets feature dishes as diverse as grilled Norwegian salmon, chicken roulades, and seasonal vegetable medleys. On Sundays, chefs prepare a brunch buffet that features dozens of internationally inspired recipes such as hardwood smoked bacon, belgian waffles, potato pancakes, and Hungarian-style sausage. Once a month, Bevo Mill holds an authentic German night, complete with live music and a German buffet.
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    4749 Gravois Ave.
    St. Louis, MO US
  • Premium Beverage Sales
    Clothes and furniture find new life at Red Racks Thrift Stores. Through donations, the staffers at the store's 13 locations fill their racks and shelves with thousands of second-hand items for kids and adults, including name-brand garments from the likes of Tommy Hilfiger, Levi’s, The Loft, and Donna Karan New York. They also stock furniture and other miscellaneous goods, such as books and home décor. And something odd happens when these items arrive at checkout—the register doesn't ring up any sales tax. That's because Red Racks is a nonprofit organization, and all proceeds go to benefit the Disabled American Veterans, an organization that has advocated on behalf of veterans for more than nine decades. Red Racks' altruistic mission has proved successful so far—the inventory of each store typically turns over every 3–4 weeks.
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    2855 S Austin Ave
    Springfield, MO US
  • Cork and Barrel
    Across Cork and Barrel’s shelves, cubbies, and barrels repurposed into tabletops sprawl bottles of all kinds. Labels hint at the European and American provenance of a huge selection of wines. Notes of red peppers, chocolate, or fruit wait to leap from adventurous small-batch craft brews, from saisons—light Belgian ales—to potently hopped double india pale ales. Beer-brewing classes introduce the art of combining barley, hops, water, and yeast, and guests in art classes sip wine while swirling blues and greens for landscapes or portraits of Gumby weeping.
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    10819 Winner Road
    Independence, MO US
  • Natasha's Euro Market
    Natasha's Euro Market’s globetrotting gourmands deliver the tastes of Eastern Europe with a large selection of Old World–style meats, imported chocolates and candies, and European wines and beer. The grill-ready Bobak jumbo sardelki ($4.99/lb.) and Bende hot gyulai ($6.79/lb.) bring spicy flavor to outdoor cookouts or indoor bonfires, and sizzling flavor receptors are re-cooled with a swig of Borsec mineral water ($1.99 for 1.5 L). The flavorful, meltable podlaski ($6.99/lb.) and nutty swiss madrigal cheese ($9.99/lb.) help dress up humdrum sandwiches, and sweet Ukrainian round bread ($3.99) and European cakes team up inside stomachs as a spongy buffer against an invading armada of beers from Romania, Latvia, and Macedonia.
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    705 Vandiver Dr
    Columbia, MO US
  • Raising the Bar
    Living up to its name, Raising the Bar Liquors isn't content to be just a place where people buy vodka, stock up on mix and match craft beers, or grab a bottle of wine. To realize its lofty ideals, the store enlists a crack team of wine aficionados, self-professed beer snobs, and about 30 professional mixologists. If asked, one of these experts might recommend a margarita recipe, suggest a food pairing, or reveal some tricks of the bartending trade. Raising the Bar Liquors also hosts classes in topics such as vodka and whiskey, during which instructors cover everything from the first steps of the distilling process to the last steps of making an impressive cocktail.
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    1306 Southwest Market Street
    Lee's Summit, MO US
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