This is a fantastic craft beer bar with a huge selection of great beers. there are always 40 beers on tap, and they are constantly changing the taps so you will never get bored of the same thing. There is also a huge selection of bottles to choose from. The staff is very knowledgeable and helpful. There is also a nice crowd of people that love good beer and help others to select good beers.
Opened 2/1/09. Excellent beer bar, with a wide selection of beers. Very knowledgable and friendly staff.
Although no food is prepared at the location, several local restaurants deliver and food can be brought in.
Very limited supply of "Macro" beers.
JAG55 (10) O’Fallon, Missouri | April 2, 2011| Updated August 21, 2011
outstanding selection of tap and bottle beers!! service can be slow at times but very friendly and knowledgeable. No food served but locals will deliver. Great place!!!!!!
Great selection and great service. Offers paddles of 5, 4oz pours. 40 Beers rotated on tap and a wall of coolers with bottles. Waitstaff either knew the answers to questions or was willing to go find out.
Amazing selection of beer from everywhere! Need to serve some food though.
Strebs (220) St. Louis, Missouri | March 28, 2010| Updated September 19, 2011
The best feature of the iTAP is that they rotate the draught selection on a regular basis, so you always have new beers to try. The worst feature is the location is in the middle of nowhere, which will be remedied shortly, as they are currently building out a second location on 9th St. in Soulard, just south of downtown. I also really like that they sell the bottled beer to go at great retail prices.
Went there on a Friday night in the winter. It was packed! The crowd was younger than I anticipated - about 2/3rds college aged or early to mid 20’s. Service was good despite the crowd and the bartenders were knowledgeable.
The place is starkly furnished, so don’t go there expecting to find a comfy chair to sit on. Funny thing - at 11:30, all of the college kids left and the place was suddenly fairly empty.
I wish they’d expand and add a kitchen with appropriate bar food.
One of the best places around to find a wide variety of taps and bottled beers. We tried a few and decided to take some others with us. No food at this time, although they will order from local establishments for you. They serve the brew in the correct glassware, quite impressive. Will visit again and hope to try some other taps.
Stopped in for the GI Tap Takeover during STL Craft Beer Week. Considering BCS was on tap, I was going to be there. Best part is that it was on for the full two hours I was there. It was more of a sports bar type feel in a strip mall. The service was excellent, very friendly and prompt service. No food as with the Soulard location, but I saw people bringing food in and one group even had Domino’s delivered. Prices seemed reasonable $4-5 for a pint and $8 for 10 ounces of BCS, plus free GI glassware with purchase. The customers at the bar were also really cool. Overall, I had a blast here and would come back.