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Anheuser-Busch beer garden opens today

Tuesday, 06 August 2013 08:23 Published in Local News

Today a new beer garden opens at the Anheuser-Busch brewery in Soulard. Most St. Louisans are familiar with the Anheuser-Busch brewery tour, which draws around 350,000 people every year, and now those people have one final stop to make. The new 10,000 square foot, outdoor beer garden features a full menu, 17 beers on tap, and room for 300 people. There's also a daily Brewmasters tasting as well as photo ops available with the Budweiser Clydesdales. The beer garden is the first of its kind at AB-InBev's 12 breweries in the United States. And while the tour remains free of charge, including two free beers, A-B will charge for all food and drink at the beer garden. 

7-Eleven offering reward for south St. Louis murder

Monday, 05 August 2013 10:13 Published in Local News

7-Eleven is offering a reward in the case of a St. Louis clerk who was shot to death at one their locations earlier this summer. 30-year-old Bhutanese refugee Mon Rai was gunned down on June 10 at the 7-Eleven on Gravois and Bates in south County. He left behind a pregnant wife and an 8-year-old son. 7-Eleven says the reward will be given to anyone with information leading to “the apprehension, arrest and indictment” of those responsible for Rai’s death. 

More vehicle break-ins

Monday, 05 August 2013 07:34 Published in Local News

Cars parked in Forest Park overnight were targeted by vandals. 

  They were parked near the Grand Basin and Art Hill.

     Scattered glass was strewn across the lot and police found several handbags that had been rummaged through and discarded.

    Police found  vandalized vehicles in the park with similar evidence found including broken windows, car doors left open and items thrown about. Authorities say they also had similar incidents on West Pine in the park.

 

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