At the end of a weird shopping hallway. Not much on draft but a big bottle selection. Prices are fair. Selection isn’t exciting per say but a hell of a way to get a lot of country ticks. I didn’t stay long but if I was in town, I would enjoy sitting here while the wife shopped at the boutiques nearby.
An interesting place down a long hallway off one of the streets in St Augustine. We had just visited the fort and were looking for lunch and found good beer and lunch. The staff was very intent that I found one of their 200 beers to my liking. The Hop House was a nice find. The Greek salad was also excellent. They claim over 200 beers mostly bottles. They could use more taps.
Always a stop while in St. Augustine. It’s kind of a weird stop in the end of a long hallway at the end of a tourist strip. It’s nothing special or fancy, for sure, but I always manage to find a new rating, sometimes a good one. They have good happy hour specials as well. It’s not a destination stop in St. Augustine, but worth a stop for a beer while your wife shops.
In a somewhat strange location at the end of an un-American passage of small shops. I expected a fun local beer hole or enthousiastically run bottle bar but instead found a run-down room with uninterested staff and even more uninterested visitors. The table next to me ordered ’whatever was the strongest beer they head’. Oh boy... And what’s up with the awkward beer selection? A very uninviting place overall. Did not stay for food, obviously.
Other reviewers are pretty much spot-on. They did have a few taps last time I was there.
The atmosphere and selection is great for taking an international beer tour or exploring a particular country/style.
The prices seem to be about the same as what I could buy from a Total Wine.
I love this place because of the selection, and also because my wife and I can park and drop off the kids with grandparents then walk downtown.
A little hole in the wall place my girlfriend and I had spent some time looking for, meanwhile stopping in other bars, and finally stumbled into late one night when the streets were already empty. We were the only customers that night shortly before close (except for a family with, for some reason, children). A little too well lit, but the bartender was cool. Though they boast a large collection of beers from around the world the vast majority are light lagers. Still they have some really good beers as well. Worth stopping by.