United States > Missouri > St. Louis
Beer Available At Bailey’s Range (arranged by most recent)
Perennial Saison de Lis 95, Perennial / Penrose Hereafter 91, 4 Hands Rooster’s Breakfast Beer , 4 Hands Smoked Pigasus 95, 2nd Shift Art of Neurosis 97, Charleville Hoptimistic IPA 67, Perennial Hommel Bier 97, Perennial Brewers’ IPA #6 88, Perennial Black Walnut Dunkel 94, Augusta Hyde Park Stout 79, Schlafly Pilsner 62, 4 Hands Cast Iron Oatmeal Brown 89
Terminus (318) Las Cruces, New Mexico | July 2, 2012
84 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 16/20
I think this place is great! I used to live here and since i left, this town has undergone a beer revolution. This is one of the good places that came out of that. I visited on a friday lunch time-great food, cool kind of modern/hip atmosphere with awesome beers on tap. Everything there is made in missouri-beer, meat, veg-i think even the bar and stools are made of missouri wood. I will definately go to this place everytime im in STL.
rosenbergh (415) Helsinki, Finland | September 9, 2013
90 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 19/20
What a great place! 29 local beers on taps and 1 from California. Wow! Very tasty food and nice prices. Only tiny minus is the loudness of the place.
NachlamSie (550) Denver, Colorado | August 19, 2013
94 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 10/10 OVERALL 19/20
I love the concept: a shake and burger joint classed up with emphasis on quality food and drink. The beer selection is almost exclusively from St. Louis with one single rotating tap being the exception. There were plenty of great options. In addition to great local beer, Bailey’s Range has unique artisan cocktails. I enjoyed a tequila sriracha lemonade as my nightcap before last call. The duck burger is absolutely mouthwatering. Ambiance is dark, chill and inviting. Our bartender was great as well.
DiarmaidBHK (721) Pennsylvania | April 30, 2013
82 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 16/20
Located in Downtown St. Louis not far from the America’s Center, this place has a rustic feel with all the hanging milk cans and the communal sink. The place is owned by the same folks who own the Bridge and the standards are really high. The food is mostly burgers and fries and shakes which are really quite tasty. The tap list is almost entirely MO craft. The place was pretty lively on a Friday Night. The bartenders were in the weeds a couple of times but were otherwise friendly and responsive. Again it’s a perfect place for a Friday night.
Rando7 (20) Iowa | April 22, 2013
84 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 17/20
Nice place.Open arrangement with a long bar and long row of tables. Food geared mostly towards burgers but boy they do those burgers well. 25 or 30 local beers on tap although I have to say it’s mostly everyday stuff and not much interesting. The burgers are not cheap and fries are not included, although the small order of fries was plenty big enough. I’ll definitely be back.
kwoeltje (86) Manchester, Missouri | April 25, 2012
84 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 16/20
Interesting setting - long bar for communal sitting downstairs, picnic tables up. Great selection of local microbrews (20+) on draught. Menu is burgers (hey, it’s a burger joint - what do you want). A bit on the pricey side.
ultrashuai (30) Bloomington, Indiana | March 13, 2012
92 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 18/20
With 27 taps and 26 of them local (that I counted), I was surprised this place wasn’t already on here.
We stumbled upon it after getting frustrated with the snobbishness at The Bridge and I very much prefer this place to there.
The windows to the street are lined with hundreds of different liquor bottles. Quite impressive. There’s a very long bar and, behind it, one long table. There’s also regular seating on the second floor. The place is all new-looking. Very hip.
Food is unique burgers. I had a reuben burger, but they had a large list and a few alternatives, all running about $10 a la carte. Fries were $1 extra.
They also focus on their housemade ice cream and milkshakes. They have a variety of alcoholic milkshakes for around $10.
Beer was served in either 16oz pints or 8oz half pints. I like the half pint thing because it allows you to try many more than you normally would. Half pints were around $3, more for the higher ABV or specialty brews. They had virtually every St. Louis brewery on tap, so I got to sample a variety. They also had their own "Bailey’s Chocolate Ale." The bartender let me try it and I wasn’t into it, but it wasn’t bad for a chocolate ale.
I wish I had found this place earlier. I was looking for a place to sample as much of the local beer as possible and, with 26 taps of it, I don’t know that you can do much better.
phaleslu (388) Cincinnati, Ohio | October 24, 2011
74 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 3/10 OVERALL 15/20
Bailey’s Range is the newest place from the same owner of Rooster, The Bridge, and Bailey’s Chocolate Bar. This one specializes in burgers, soda and ice cream, and local beer. The burgers are excellent and unique. There are some ice cream type cocktails, some of which are beer floats. Plenty of crazy sodas, too. There are 30 taps, 29 of which are local. A few each from Perennial, Urban Chestnut, 2nd Shift, and the others, and like 6-7 Schlafly taps. There aren’t any bottles listed, so I’m not sure how many there are, if any. The prices are a bit high except on Schlafly and O’Fallon; other local crafts are about $4 for a 9 oz. glass and $7 for a full pint; some were less, some more. Schlafly and O’Fallon are $2.50 and $4 for the same sizes. The service was a little slow, but we went when it was brand new and they’re still working out the kinks. Along with The Bridge, this is the other beer destination downtown worth visiting.
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