About this event
September's Thirsty Thursday!!!
Where: Schlafly Bankside
When: 6:30 PM September 2nd, 2021
Address: 920 South Main Street, St. Charles
As we near the final dog days of summer, we're taking the Thirsty Thursday event back west to Historic St. Charles. Join us at the Schlafly Bankside Brewpub for some ice cold local craft beer and pub fare, along with good times and banter with fellow Porsche enthusiasts.
The site of the building was originally identified as an ideal site for a gristmill in 1769 and was improved upon in 1788 by Pierre Choteau (Choteau being a famed St. Louis name). After a devastating flood, the building was converted into St. Charles' first woolen mill in 1851. Over the next century, the building would see many different occupants and uses, from a prison ran by the Union, to a tomato canning facility. After a fire in 1966, the building was restored to what it is today.
We look forward to seeing you to kickstart the Labor Day holiday weekend!!!
**It is currently required that all guests wear facial coverings upon entering and moving about the establishment.
Please plan to follow any social distancing requirements in place at the time of the event!