We are looking for a Kitchen Manager/Chef for Public House Brewing
Company St. James Taproom.
Celebrate Mardis Gras, or Fat Tuesday, with us on Tuesday, Feb. 28!
Both locations - the St. James Taproom and Rolla Brewpub - will be serving delicious bowls of gumbo all day. The kichen at St. James Taproom will stay open until 6 p.m.
All draft beers are $3 all day!
To commemorate our 6th anniversary, we are releasing another limted beer and it's a big one! Our Barley Wine Ale comes in at 10.5% ABV and ages very well.
With complex and intense flavor, this full-bodied winter warmer is perfect for sipping by the fire. It has a pleasant sweet dried fruit and caramel character balanced by hop bitterness.
Pick up your 750 mL bottle (or bottles) at the Rolla Brewpub or St. James Taproom.
Malt: Pale Ale, Caramel 60 and Caramel 120
Hops: Millennium and Crystal
NOTE: There are still some bottles left at the Rolla Brewpub and St. James Taproom! Get one before they are gone!
All aboard! Hop the Frisco!
We are releasing our new year-round beer on Wed., Feb. 22 at the Rolla Brewpub. We’ll tap the first keg of Frisco 1501 Historic Lager starting at 5:30 p.m.
Before the beers are served, historian Wayne Bledsoe, Rolla City Administrator John Butz and co-owner Josh Goodridge will talk about the train line and the steam engine, and how they inspired the beer name.
This beer is named after Frisco 1501, a steam engine that rumbled down the Frisco Railroad line through Rolla, Mo., where our brewery was founded.
This California Common style beer originated in San Francisco during the Gold Rush era. For this copper-colored beer, we use a lager yeast and ferment it at warmer ale temperatures to yield a unique flavor and mouthfeel. It’s lightly fruity with interesting toasty and caramel flavors, all while showcasing rustic, traditional American hop characteristics.
It’s beer for those who work as hard as the steam engines and people who forged our nation.
Malt: Pale Ale, Caramunich, Caramel malt
Hops: Northern Brewer, Cascade
Jason Stacy, brewer at Public House Brewing Company and brother of co-founder, Josh Stacy, recently had a large tumor removed from his brain.
On Monday, Feb. 27, the Stacy family is having a fundraiser for Jason at Just A Taste in St. James, Mo. from 6-9 p.m. Jason faces many months of rehabilitation without short-term disability insurance and he’s unsure of how long he’ll be out of work.
The event will include a silent auction with donated items from numerous local businesses and individuals.
Live music during the event includes:
6 p.m. – 7 p.m. | Bliss Boys (Richard Hall & Friends)
7 p.m. – 8 p.m. | Limited Addition
8 p.m. – 9 p.m. | Trilogy
In addition, we’ll have complimentary wine and beer tastings from:
There is a $5 minimum donation at the door. The family is very thankful for the continued support of our community and friends during this time.
If you can’t attend the event, the family is also accepting donations on a Go Fund Me page for Jason.
The beer, wine and hard cider from both companies will be poured at all events throughout the festival. The brewery is a silver sponsor. The winery is a super sponsor and the exclusive wine and cider sponsor of the festival.
There’s still time to purchase passes to the True/False Film Fest March 2-5, 2017. We look forward to seeing you there!
Barley: ingredient used in making beer
Bacchus: Greek god of winemaking
Bites: delectable appetizers
Join us at the Rolla Brewpub on Saturday, March 4 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. for beer and wine paired with tasty appetizers.
We'll have several pairing stations set up throughout the Rolla Brewpub. Each station will have one food item, one beer pairing and one wine pairing.
Tickets are $30 per person and can be purchased at the Rolla Brewpub.
Research on Tap, sponsored by Missouri University of Science and Technology, will be on Wednesday, March 8 at 6:30 p.m. at the Rolla Brewpub. The topic is to be determined.
This event provides a forum where people can engage experts in an informal, two-way conversation about important issues of the day.
We are honored that our Revelation Stout won a silver at the Best of Craft Beer Awards in the classic Irish-style dry stout category. Cheers! Here’s the list of winners.