Located on the bottom floor of a WU building, which was nice as I got to use their Wifi. Large place. You could easily throw a party just from here with their beer, wine, spirits, mixers, cheese selection and other foodstuffs. The beer selection was expansive and had some rarities. I took about an hour browsing and dropped over $200 on bottles from Prairie, Fantome, Odell, Jolly Pumpkin and others.Wide selection of cider and mead as well. Prices a little high but I’m not sure what is fair for the area because as of my visit this was literally the first place I’d ever been in Missouri, lifetime. Staff was friendly, but never offered help. This is the highest rated bottle shop in the STL area, and I see why.
Great beer shop. Decent sized section straight back from the main entry. Plenty of local and international beers to choose from. I must have spent an hour in here checking out all the shelves. The staff was very friendly and helpful when I had questions. I would definitely come here again and it is worth a trip in you are in the area.
Definitely a destination craft beer place. One of the best selections I’ve ever seen. I wish could have bought more but I could only fit so much in my luggage. Really nice people behind the desk as well. Would go back if I was ever in the area.
A totally kick ass liquor store with a tonne of bottles from all the big Missouri breweries. They have a selection of mikkeller, prairie artisan ales, and crooked stave. A tonne of Belgians too. Great store.
This is a great place for beer lovers. Free tastings every Friday, $5 - $10 tastings throughout the year, especially the epic BeerFest, which they do once per year. Employees are helpful; they rotate their selection more than any place I have ever visited.
A top tier beer store. There were probably a few hundred different bottles available. The modest local selection was bolstered by a strong set of offerings from Europe. There was also some interesting Italian stuff that I haven’t seen too often in the US. Other highlights included Tilquin Quetsche and Avery sours. For whatever reason, there was a ridiculous amount of stuff from Ska available. Weird. Service was friendly, professional. An old guy wearing a pretty awesome pair of jorts was pretty enraged at having to wait in line to pay, and the guy at the register humorously diffused the situation. Prices were fine. Definitely worth a stop.