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.
Nice looking place, all dark wood and brass. Smallish, intimate with 8 regular taps and 4 seasonal, all theirs. Many different styles; I've been here several times and never had anything that wasn't good. They do have a full menu but I didn't eat while I was there.
Visited late afternoon on a Wednesday. Old building located in downtown Ferguson. Parking is in lot on site, or in public parking lots in the general area. The interior has a big U shaped bar, with restaurant tables and booths spread around. Beer selection was 9 house beers as well as 15 or so guests. Beers are available as full pours, flights or taster pours. Food menu looked and smelled good, though I didn’t eat. Service was efficient. Crowd was happy and local.
76 = ★★★ (Worth the visit, must for locals, and visitors with time)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
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.
A bit of an older brewpub with a central bar surrounded by seating. Bartender was very friendly but not too knowledgeable about the beer. There were 12 beers available on my visit with samplers of 6 working out perfectly. The food was a bit disappointing but the prices were nice. Not a bad stop near the airport.
Been wanting to come here for a while but almost never get up to N St. Louis county anymore. Walking in to the establishment is kind a like walking into an Applebee’s. Round bar in the middle with seating in table and booths all around. The tap selection is 15 of their own beers and all are at least above par. The prices are a good value at the odd price of $4.35 a pint. I did not have food but it looked like your average burger and pub food. Not a place that’s going to wow you but one of the few places in north county that is beer worthy. North city and some of north county can be a bit dodgy but downtown Ferguson has a kind of cute old town feel to it.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | September 22, 2013
This is located fairly close to the airport and has a bunch of beers on tap (~12 during my visit). Quality was ok, as was service. They close pretty early which is kind of a bummer.
Visited here as a part of a 9-brewery weekend tour of the St. Louis beer scene. We tried all 12 beers that were on tap when we visited. Most beers were average. The atmosphere was a typical brewpub/grill. Maybe worth checking out if you are near the airport, but I would recommend a number of other places over Ferguson. This was the 7th best brewery in our 9-brewery weekend.
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!