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The Scoop: Craft beer guru Cory King comes aboard Perennial Artisan Ales

July 11th 04:07pm, 2011

071111_perennialAs we await the opening of one of St. Louis’ newest small-batch microbreweries, Perennial Artisan Ales, word comes that Cory King is joining Perennial co-founders Phil and Emily Wymore in their craft beer venture. King, who is an avid home brewer and a former “beertender” at International Tap House, told The Scoop that he will leave his present job as craft beer manager for Lohr Distributing in August. STL Hops blogger Mike Sweeney will take his place at Lohr, as he announced on his blog.

King will have his hands full at Perennial, where the focus is on making premium craft beers using organic malts, exotic yeast strains and locally sourced fruits, as well as wild fermenting and spirits barrel-aging programs. In addition to assisting Phil Wymore with brewing, King will be selling beer and bartending at the 3,200-square-foot tasting room at Perennial, which is located at 8125 Michigan Ave., in South City.

By Ligaya Figueras

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One Response to “The Scoop: Craft beer guru Cory King comes aboard Perennial Artisan Ales”

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