My wife and I went for a weekend getaway to visit St. Augustine. While in the Visitors Information Center I noticed a brochure for this place stating "50 beers on tap" on the cover. I was sold. Especially considering I wasn’t sure if St. Augustine had any places like this. We ended up having lunch here on a Saturday. The place was busy, with a lot of the small but with adequate seating bar area consisting of college football fans. I liked the atmosphere. This place has a little charm and a nice locals kind of vibe versus your run of the mill chain. The food is mostly salads and sandwiches. We both had sandwiches and they were very good. 50 taps was not a lie and they must have had 100+ bottles available too. Heck, I think more of the menu was dedicated to beer and wine than food! The selection was very good. I had a pint of CCB Jai Alai and a pint of Stone IPA. They had some cider on tap as well to appease to my wife. Overall it was a good time on a Saturday afternoon. After getting a slight buzz on we hit the mini golf across the street!
Fairly small place in a fairly old building. Big tap selection including some good Florida beers. Had a couple really good ones there. Good sandwiches for a light meal. Very friendly and quick service, though it wasn’t crowded. Solid place.
Strebs (220) St. Louis, Missouri | November 14, 2013| Updated November 15, 2013
This place is rather small, and exudes the predictable coziness and friendliness. The beer list is deceptively good, AND has some real gems...Dogfish Head India Brown Ale, Founders Breakfast Stout and Oatmeal Stout were nice surprises. I really enjoyed my afternoon there.
Great place in St. Augustine. Good solid selection with about 25 taps (I am guesstimating) and lots of bottles. Had proper glassware. You can get draught selections in flights or even by the ounce...which is nice for trying a bunch of different stuff. Staff was friendly adn service good...didn’t try the food. Great place to check out.
Great place close to the water. A great beer selection and wines.
GT (672) Oceanside, California | November 29, 2011
Pretty nice place tucked away across from the river past the Bridge of Lions on the opposite side of old town St Augustine from Castillo de San Marcos. It is past A1A Aleworks, which is easy to spot on the corner walking along the river away from the Castillo. The tap list is large...30-40 it seemed like to me at a glance but not a lot of stuff was too interesting from my end. A lot of stuff like German hefeweizens and decent European imports without a real focus on Florida craft beers. There was one Bold City beer on tap and that was about it. Didn’t see Cigar City, Intuition, Green Room, Peg’s, et al. Service was prompt and extremely welcoming- a highlight. Would definitely drop in here every time I’m in St. Augustine just to see what’s up and there could be some interesting surprises on tap- who knows. So, a decent beer bar- lots of selection but not a lot of local beers. They will do some interesting sounding beer blends like Guinness and raspberry lambic or Guinness and cider. Fun sports bar like atmosphere with a giant TV and bar stool seating. Had a local feel to it which is nice. They have food but we had dinner elsewhere before hand.