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Cathedral Square Brewery


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About Cathedral Square Brewery

Cathedral Square Brewery was founded by Gurpreet Padda and Ami Grimes working with Master Brewer Brian Neville. The concept was simple, to brew the best beers possible and bring a fresh new approach to the St. Louis local brewery scene. To this end, they took the traditional Trappist methods and yeasts for which Belgian beers are reknowned globally, and married the age old recipes with Cathedral Square’s own uniquely American approach to brewing, embracing the cutting edge of craft brewing.

“Our beer has been crafted by the almighty hand of Master Brewer Brian Neville. With his many years of brewing experience and his commanding knowledge of hops and spices, you can rest easy in the comfort that your beer has been divined by greatness. Brian has been a professional brewer for 15 years. He spent 3 years as a consultant doing installations and recipe formulations for start up breweries in numerous states. He has been a managing partner and Brewmaster for Spanish Peaks Brewing Company, makers of Black Dog Ale, for 10 years. Brian was born and raised in Belleville, Illinois. When Spanish Peaks merged with US Beverage, Brian returned from California to St. Louis and teamed up with In Good Company to get Cathedral Square Brewery up and running. He is very happy to be home and brewing in his hometown among some really fine breweries. There are some awesome beers being brewed in St. Louis by many of the local breweries and he’s proud to be a part of that.”

From cathedralsquarebrewery.com

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Cathedral Square Brewery

3914 Lindell Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63108


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