Fans enjoy a St. Louis Cardinals baseball game at Busch Stadium.

Beer, Blues & Baseball

Enjoy Beer, Blues & Baseball! St. Louis has two past times, watching our beloved Red Birds play baseball at Busch Stadium and listening to great blues music. St. Louis hosts a number of spots that offer live blues music each night of the week.

1. National Blues Museum

The National Blues Museum explores the Blues and celebrates the genre as the foundation of all modern American music. The facility educates guests in an entertaining environment that includes high impact technology driven experiences, a 100-seat theater, artifact-driven exhibits and robust public programming.

The National Blues Museum explores the history of the blues and celebrates the genre as the foundation of all modern American music.

2. The St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame

The St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame has a new home located at Ballpark Village – just across the street from the Busch Stadium. Few franchises have the acclaim and heritage of the St. Louis Cardinals, and that history lives here, in the new Cardinals Museum. Featuring stadiums, players and championship moments, the Cardinals Museum boasts one of the largest team-specific collections of artifacts and memorabilia in the world. The Museum’s seven galleries take you on a chronological journey through the rich history of the Cardinals, allowing you to learn about the birth of the franchise, relive special memories and interact with great exhibits.

Fans tour the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum.

3. Ballpark Village

Ballpark Village is a seven city-block, 10-acre entertainment plaza. Highlights include Cardinals Nation – a venue that combines a Cards-themed restaurant, rooftop deck with views inside the stadium, and the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum, considered the best baseball museum outside of Cooperstown. A Budweiser Brewhouse, complete with beer garden and displays on St. Louis’ brewing history, anchors the project. Fox Sports Midwest Live! offers a lively sports-centric audio-visual experience year-round.

Ballpark Village located next to Busch Stadium in downtown St. Louis.

4. St. Louis Cardinals

Catch an exciting Major League Baseball action and cheer for the St. Louis Cardinals, 11-time World Series Champions. You can also take a Stadium Tour to see the ins and outs of Busch Stadium which opened in 2006, just in time for the Cardinals to win the World Series.

Busch Stadium home of the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team.

5. BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups

Stop in BB’s Jazz, Blues & Soups and catch some live roots music featuring local and national acts. This St. Louis favorite is a must stop for any music lover.

Musicians perform at BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups, a historic St. Louis venue.

6. Schlafly Bottleworks

Schlafly Bottleworks offers free tours on this St. Louis favorite brewery. The tour includes an exhibit on the history of brewing in St. Louis, the brewhouse, bottling plant and tasting rooms.

7. Urban Chestnut Grove Brewery & Bierhall

Serving as the company’s main center for beer production and packaging, Urban Chestnut’s Grove Bierhall offers a large bierhall with a full food menu and a full list of beer on tap. This is the perfect stop to grab some food and try local brews.

Urban Chestnut Brewery Bierhall in the Grove bustles with imbibers.

8. 4 Hands Brewing Company

A craft brewery located in the LaSalle Park neighborhood 4 Hands specializes in crafting unique ales that push the level of creativity and flavor. At any one time, 10 different ales will be available.

9. Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tour

The Soulard neighborhood’s biggest residence is home of the original Anheuser-Busch Brewery. Enjoy a tour of the fabled American brewery complex − including the historic stables of the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales and free tasting room.

The original Anheuser-Busch Brewery is in the Soulard neighborhood of St. Louis.

10. Broadway Oyster Bar

Broadway Oyster Bar is where you can catch the best in local and national bands nightly. Oh and their Cajun/Creole-style dishes are a must.

Broadway Oyster Bar offers live music from local and national acts seven nights a week.