During the month of October, celebrate Oktoberfest by visiting St. Louis’ premier Italian pastry shop, Piccione Pastry, to pick up a one-of-a-kind six pack…of cannoli! Guests can handpick six authentic, Italian cannoli or try the shop’s Crazy Cannoli of the week—each infused with an exclusive 4 Hands Brewery seasonal beer.

Beginning October 3, Piccione Pastry partners with 4 Hands Brewery to offer four new flavors of Crazy Cannoli. Take advantage of Piccione’s Oktoberfest offer—six cannoli for the price of four before the weekly flavor disappears!

Specifically chosen by 4 Hands Brewery, each Crazy Cannoli infusion complements Piccione’s signature cannoli:

  • Lemon Gose—a light, slightly tart, wheat beer with sea salt, lemon zest, lemon verbena, lemon basil and lemon balm.
  • Super Flare—a hazy IPA brewed with mango, guava and a combination of unique American hops, gives this beer a luscious tropical flavor with a big citrusy bite.
  • Chocolate Milk Stout—pours black as the night sky with aromas of dark chocolate, chocolate malt, and even more chocolate.
  • Absence of Light—a milk stout brewed with peanut butter gives this beer a very rich, complex flavor with notes of chocolate and coffee.

Not sure which Crazy Cannoli flavor you want to try? Each Tuesday evening in October (5 p.m. – 9 p.m.) at Piccione Pastry, 4 Hands Brewery will provide tasty beer samples of the week’s seasonal ale.

“Since opening our doors in 2013, we have loved being active in the community and enjoy partnering with local businesses whenever we can,” said Colleen McBryan, Piccione Pastry Chef. “Our collaboration with 4 Hands Brewery in celebration of Oktoberfest is the perfect way to continue that tradition and we couldn’t be more excited to have guests try these bold and creative cannoli flavors available day and night.”

Piccione Pastry is the only late-night Italian pastry shop of its kind in St. Louis. Located in the Loop at the corner of Delmar Boulevard and Skinker, the shop is open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday, and until 11:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The shop is closed on Monday.

About Piccione Pastry

Piccione Pastry, located in the historic Delmar Loop at the corner of Delmar and Skinker, is the only late-night Italian pastry shop of its kind in St. Louis. The shop features single-serve Italian desserts, rich Italian coffees, locally handcrafted gelato and sorbet and seasonal breakfast and lunch choices, including vegan, vegetarian, sugar-free and gluten-free options. Piccione’s pastry chefs create recipes from scratch, bake in small batches and use the highest quality ingredients for their desserts. Tarda Colazione (late-breakfast) is available Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Visit www.piccionepastry.com for more information. M

Via Press Release