Friar Tuck - Crestwood | Crestwood, Missouri
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Friar Tuck - Crestwood
Exceptional based on 15 ratings
Type: Beer Store

9053 Watson Road
Crestwood, Missouri United States 63126 [ print map ]
314 918 9230

Hours: 10am-10pm

Mayor: Dr_Fellini (13) | Taps: 0 | Bottles: 1000+

Friar Tuck - Crestwood

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Beer Available At Friar Tuck - Crestwood (arranged by most recent)
Avery Uncle Jacobís Stout 100, Brouwerij West 6 Saison Extra 79, Budweiser Chelada n/a, Rock Bridge Saison 34, Prairie Artisan Ales / Evil Twin Bible Belt 100, Petrus Blond 53, Ommegang Hennepin 97, Jester King Le Petit Prince Farmhouse Table Beer (Batch 11+) 78, Prairie Artisan Ales Prairie Ale 98, Motherís MILF 100, Gouden Carolus Cuvee Van De Keizer Blauw/Blue 100, Dansk MjÝd Viking Blod 91, Hofbršu MŁnchen Dunkel 68, Flag Porter 1825 Original 91, Tucher Dunkles Hefe Weizen 72, Alpha Bisikel , Odell Friek 99, Amager/Mikkeller Hr. Frederiksens Vśsel Brunch 100, Hermitage Hoptopia 57, Prairie Artisan Ales Eliza5beth 99
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15 reviews for Friar Tuck - Crestwood
 Ambiance  63%
 Service  64%
 Selection  78%
 Food N/A 
 Value  59%
 Overall  72%
 Rating  77%
Rating Distribution

  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 18/20
jandd1983  (177) Florissant, Missouri | February 22, 2011
I was looking for a few specific brews and they put them to the side for me until I could come by and pick them up, great customer service. It is a nice, big, clean and well-organized store. The staff is more than willing to help and give advice. I plan to make more trips when looking for certain brews.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 3/10   OVERALL 15/20
Strykzone  (94) Wood River, Illinois | July 28, 2010
Stopped in today and I couldnít help but be impressed. A great facility with parking that is more than ample and a big building with lots of room in the aisles. Their beer selection is amazing. Hundreds of beers many of which are in sixers or cases but plenty of larger bottles available as singles. A nice mix a six section for $9.99. Prices seemed a little high. I had no problem locating several beers that were new to me and it was nice to visit a new store just for that purpose. They also had a nice home brewers section. Despite the higher prices, I will be back for the selection.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 15/20
phaleslu  (399) Cincinnati, Ohio | October 7, 2010
I can pretty much copy and paste my rating of FT Fenton for the one in Crestwood: Friar Tuck doesnít have a location convenient to me (in the city of St. Louis) but this one is about 20 minutes away along the depressing stretch of Watson that used to be bustling with commerce. The store seemed pretty new, so itís big, bright, and clean. The staff helped me out by setting aside a couple bottles for me when I called ahead. The selection was pretty huge; a very long beer aisle rolls back into a back section with both aisle displays and a walk-in refrigerated area. Stock was deep for everything they had. The prices were just a touch higher than what I would have liked, but not bad. They had things in stock that I hadnít seen in the area yet, or at least not in a long time. I wondered how long certain things were on the shelves but that didnít matter for a couple rare impy stouts I found. Too bad there isnít one of these closer to me or Iíd visit more. It isnít quite worth driving past Randallís or Wine and Cheese for, unless they have something unusual the others sold out of.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 5/10   OVERALL 14/20
EyeAmBaldman  (16) Illinois | February 17, 2014| Updated March 20, 2014
The grocery store of beer. Two enormous beer aisles with a ton of import beer not found anywhere else in St. Louis. Mostly categorized by craft beer then by import country. Yes the prices are a bit high compared to Wine & Cheese but Friar Tuck had a better selection. Tons of Belgian and German beer. More Scottish beer than you can shake a stick at. Found some Norwegian beer and plenty of mead. Tons of liquor, if thatís your thing. Also has a cooler in the back with more selection. Prices varied between room temp and cold beer, which to me seems odd. I have to pay more for cold beer? Regardless, Iím basing this on selection, and from what Iíve seen this place has the most.
  AMBIANCE 2/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 15/20
ads135  (150) Lawrence, Kansas | August 14, 2012
A better than average liquor store, especially for those not used to the distribution of Missouri. Plenty of big bottles from around and the world, but especially the Midwest and some of the many offerings from local St. Louis breweries. A bit pricey in general and their mix and match is not comprehensive.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 14/20
Terminus  (333) Las Cruces, New Mexico | December 23, 2013
Been to this location a couple of times on various STL visits. This place opened up just about the time i left St Louis back in 2009. Pretty standard Friars, like the original stores they made in IL, this one has a huge selection located on the left side of the store. Prices are average to slightly high and the service is is just ok. Just be careful for old beers.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 6/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 15/20
thegreenrooster  (66) St.louis, Missouri | May 21, 2008| Updated July 20, 2011
Iíll start my review by saying that this place just opened today so i hope for better things in the future. Everything is brand new and shiny with the beer off to the left as you come in. It seems they have the same distributors as everyone else in STL b/c everything here you can find at Randallís,Wine and Cheese and Lukas. So if you were thinking you are going to find something new at a new place donít waste your time driving here. They do have a mix a six wall which is total crap. About a quarter of which are pale lagers and a quarter is alky-pops for the kids. The rest is probably stuff you have already had and probably not liked. They do have a nice selection of single craft sodas. The rest of the store is typical liquor/wine store, I did not buy anything. Again this place is new so Iíll prob come back here in a month or so to see what they have done with the place but for now I would wait and let them sort out all the kinks.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 9/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 16/20
bhensonb  (463) Woodland, California | September 14, 2008
Resembles a Total Wine store in size and stock. Thereís a lot of beer. There was a sizable mix six section. Good store for the area. If you are coming from long distance, try Wine & Cheese Place first. Did get a Griesedieck, which was the first one Iíve seen.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 5/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 5/10   OVERALL 14/20
wwwdottom  (10) Breese, Illinois | November 12, 2009
Very clean store - service didnít apply as I knew what I was looking for (although I was not asked for help either) - the selection was good but they still have a little bit of work to do to catch to The Wine and Cheese Place a few miles away in Clayton - The mix a six ($9 per six pack) had several macros - The prices also seemed slightly higher than other places in the area
beastiefan2k  (176) Emerald City (formely NYC & KS), Washington | December 26, 2012
been here about 3 times in the past year. First off, before the beer. Large store, lots of space and alcohol. The port selection is horrid for such a store. Cognac selection is good but prices on high end items too high10% - 40% too high. Now BEER. Advantages, large selection, stock sits around longer so a chance to find beer sold out elsewhere. Disadvantages: stock sits around. Lots of old beer for sale. Fine if its a strong Belgian, less fine for an APA. Prices high on imports, a buck or 2 more than wine and cheese place. Saw a 750 import that was 50% higher than in Kansas. They have a discount rack, I usually grab something off that.
Bottom Line: might have some stuff sold out elsewhere, prices higher and old stock.

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