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Beer Available At Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar (arranged by most recent)
Urban Chestnut ErlkŲnig 61, Tallgrass Velvet Rooster Belgian Tripel 82, Tallgrass Zombie Monkie 96, Boulevard Smokestack Series - Reboot White I.P.A. 98, Schlafly Tasmanian IPA 99, Perennial Peace Offering 96, Perennial / Penrose Hereafter 86, Perennial Heart of Gold 90, Excel Carlyle Lake Lager 33, The Civil Life Vienna Lager 60, The Civil Life American Rye Pale 81, The Civil Life Prairie Pils , 4 Hands Smoked Pigasus 92, 4 Hands Chocolate Milk Stout 92, 2nd Shift The Green Bird , 2nd Shift Art of Neurosis 95, Grand Teton Howling Wolf Weizenbock 91, 4 Hands Ruby Red Prussia 53, 2nd Shift Katy 89, Southern Tier 2X Steam 73
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squigs46 (3) Kansas City, Missouri | February 8, 2011
80 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
great place to grab a bottle or pint of suds...awesome selection. wait staff is a bit snooty though.
Loineshawn (237) Massachusetts | November 21, 2010
82 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 16/20
Met peter here for lunch on a thursday. a couple other people at the bar, but no crowd. buncha beers on tap, plenty of which i havenít had. everything available in four ounce pours for tickfests. food was pretty solid. hit the spot. nice brick walls. friendly staff. tight place.
JoeinEscazķ (275) San Jose, Costa Rica | September 6, 2010
84 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 17/20
Very serious beer list and date-night feel in downtown St. Louis. I was fantasizing about living down there with Cards season tickets and pre-gaming here in style all summer long. Big props to various size options, from 4 oz taster to 64 oz growler. good cheese and sausage. Only slightly off-putting that all the food is prepared ff-site and finished in-house. Prices reasonable but portions somewhat small. So pick a few things and munch and drink.
phaleslu (351) Cincinnati, Ohio | June 30, 2010
84 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 17/20
The Bridge is a fairly inconspicuous storefront on Locust downtown, and looks more like a trendy cafe than one of the best beer bars in the city. There seemed to be more than the 36 taps this and the website claim, but maybe Iím wrong. The tap list was two full pages long when we were there, and everything was still available- I would have guessed it was a lot more than 36. Taps had plenty of New Belgium, Avery, Odell, OíFallon, Schlafly, Bellís, Founders, Cathedral Square, Six Row, Abita, New Holland, Boulevard, Great Divide, Lagunitas, Southern Tier, Arcadia, some Belgians, and more. We didnít eat but the place seems to have great cheese/meat platters, appetizers, salads, sandwiches, and a few other things. The atmosphere is clean, cool, and hip. There is minimal seating on the first floor where the bar is, but lots of tables upstairs. Service was friendly and good. Iíll definitely be back here soon and Iíll probably order some food this time.
Strebs (140) St. Louis, Missouri | March 28, 2010| Updated March 4, 2012
90 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 18/20
The Bridge finally put a sign up. Itís only a store front wide with a loft balcony for tables. They put tables out on the sidewalk in good weather and can remove the floor to ceiling glass panels in the storefront. The beer selection has been as good as possibe with the limitation of the STL distributors, with the 30 taps being rotated often and have all been top notch selections. They had KBS on tap without announcing it to the general public so regulars and downtown neighbors could enjoy it before the resulting swarm would have emptied the keg in one evening. The draught beers can be purchased in 4, 12, 20 or 64 ounces, and can be real bargains at such an upscale place (12 ounce Founderís Breakfast Stout at $6.50, and Yeti Oak Aged Imperial Stout at $4.50!) The cheese and meat plates can be assembled as flights and are perfect to accompany an evening of trying new beers. Inventive sandwiches, such as a Cuban sandwich made with all Missouri sourced products is a standout. The most unique feature is a common interior door that they share with the neighboring Left Bank independent bookstore that is open during the afternoon and early evening. Itís great to see the bookstore clerks with stemmed glasses of Belgian beers behind the counter...always a happy staff at the Left Bank! The staff at the Bridge has always been very friendly and down to earth.
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