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When you think of beer, you may think of going to the bar or hanging out with friends. But can beer mean more than that?

Bluff City Beer thinks so! To them, beer isn’t just a beverage. It’s a sense of community, and something that creates memories and stories you will remember for years to come. Bluff City Beer has been delivering the best domestic, imported and craft/small brew beers to retail shops and watering holes all over southeast Missouri for over 80 years (since Prohibition was lifted in 1933), so you can trust that whatever you choose to sip from their selection will be the perfect complement to your day or night.

Along with their wide variety of beers, Bluff City is extremely prevalent in the communities they serve. Always bringing cheer (beer, duh) and good times to local events. Through generous sponsorship’s and partnerships, they are also supporting and participating in local river clean-ups and environmental projects. They even built a solar panel that is said to reduce their carbon based consumption by 30% in the warehouse and 77% in the office. Looks like the hops aren’t the only thing that’s green with Bluff City.

Bluff City Beer is also a large supporter of local and regional breweries, as they proudly offer Missouri-born beer from Mother’s Brewing (Springfield, MO), Piney River Brewing (Bucyrus, MO), Big Muddy Brewing (Murphysboro, IL), Charleville Brewing (Ste. Genevieve, MO) and Saint Louis breweries like Urban Chestnut and Cathedral Square, among others. Their passion for these regional brews shows as they partner with the breweries for events throughout the year.

If you’ve ever been to an event with Bluff City in attendance, you know you can expect a good time surrounded by the best beers around. They always bring plenty of choices for your beer drinking pleasure and the knowledge to go with it. To keep up with their upcoming events and celebrations, visit their events page and see what they have coming up!

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Cindy Knebel

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Cindy Knebel
Cindy is a former Element 74 Project Manager and contributing author for the Element 74 blog.

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