late Friday afternoon visit- it was just starting to get busy. Interior with comfortable wood. Broad selection of their own beers, plus select local microbrews. Fairly typical brewpub menu, but what I had was tasty. Friendly staff.
MrMugs (10) St Louis, Missouri | November 27, 2010| Updated December 24, 2012
Hill Brewing is a welcome addition to the No. County area, and specifically to Ferguson.
I’ve been 5 or 6 times since they opened and I’m quite impressed.
I like the pale ale best of their brews. They also carry a lot of the beers (bottles) made in Missouri.
They also have a great menu, I like the pulled pork sandwich and the mini burgers.
I will return on a regular basis.
This is a fairly new brew-house that has been open a little over a year. There are about 15 beers on tap, 8-10 regular beers with a couple of seasonal / specials on tap. There is usually a local beer on tap from one of the other breweries in St. Louis. They also stock other Missouri made beers in bottles as well as Missouri wines. The beers a quite good across the board with no real clunkers. The staff is very friendly and service is reliable, although it can get a bit hectic when they get busy. The pub menu is quite good along with some daily specials. My favorites are the St. Louis Pale Ale and the IPA.
A local brew pub in a beautifully restored building. Interior was open and rustic. Food was excellent and an ample selection of top notch beers on tap. Service was good and the prices are reasonable. The place is usually busy so parking is a bit scarce. Will be going back soon!
First stop on my tour of breweries in STL. I had tried a few of there beers at the Augusta beer fest, so I thought I would give them a try. Good beer, great food. Great service. I went with a group of 7 buddies and we got in right away. Everyone loved the food. Good selection of foods. Fast, friendly service. Beer was great. They do flights, so you can try 4 beers at once. They had 10 beers on tap the day I went. Good price and location. Will be going back when I am in STL again.
February 16, 2013. This establishment was crowded and Holly, the server, was very friendly and courteous. The environment appeared clean and it is well lit. I had four samples which is about 5oz. each. The beers I had were average. The Flatbread pizza was very tasty and I would suggest ordering. The price is very reasonable and it is a lot of pizza for one person.
Cool rehab’d old building in an exciting revitalized "main street" section of town, complete with ethnic restaurants, coffee shop, wine store, bicycle shop, urban farmer’s market, etc. Relaxed, casual public house feel, much less swanky than Goose Island in Chicago or the Blackstone in Nashville, for instance. Larger than expected beer list, clearly named and explained. Good menu and better prices. Waitress was very helpful and attentive. I agree with some of the other reviewers that the sampler flight only included four beers, but I was thankful, at least, that I could pick which four. They’re so cheap that my friend ordered a different four and we both tried all eight. Paired nicely with their mini pulled pork sandwiches. Informative and easy-to-use website, complete with coupons and a mailing list. Overall, very cool and laid-back, and as such, one of my favorite St. Louis beer places.