Probably one of the best beer bars in St Louis. Has over 50 taps at all times. Have a lot of great one on and one offs. If your lucky you will come across a gem no and again. The food is also excellent.
If this is what this place achieves while splitting its attention between wine and beer, then I am scared to think how good it could be if it focused only on beer.
First off, the beer range is world class. Tons of stuff from St. Louis on offer, along with other regional stuff, national US and even international (Fantome on tap, e.g.). There is also a broad bottle list, with lots of local one-offs alongside international staples. The menu is lean and solid, with a great selection of upscale bar snacks and more substantial fare as well. Everything, the beer (offered in as small as 4oz pours) and the food is incredibly well priced. The staff is friendly and efficient. The place itself is classic yet modern, immaculate yet homey.
Overall, this venue is world class, and I could see it becoming a notable destination among beer geeks.
Great place in St. Louis. Stopped in for dinner on a week night so it was not too busy but there was a steady stream of customers. The bar is located just off to your right when you walk through the drapes that serve as a door. There is also seating on the second floor. I sat at the bar and was able to have dinner there as well. Great range of local, regional, national, and international beers to choose from. You can choose what size of beer you would like from 4 oz to 64 oz. They also have limited bottles available for take away sales. The food was also good. The bartender was very good and was explaining a lot about the different beers and styles to the group next to me who seemed to be a little bit bitter that Bud Light was not offered.
If I am ever in St. Louis again, I will definitely come back here.
The ambiance here is very chill and classy. It’s a spacious brick building with a wooden bar downstairs and tables and couches upstairs. There are large wooden shelves behind the bar housing fine liquors, wine and beer. The beer selection is extensive featuring a great mix of locals, micros and imports. Prices are great. I’ve noticed it’s comparatively affordable to drink craft beer in St. Louis bars. Drafts are available in 4 oz, 8 oz, 16 oz, and growlers. The bartender was superb as well. We were out on a very slow Sunday night and this was one of the best stops.
Went here twice during the Sweet 16 weekend. First time was Lunch, 1130 am. Had the bar to ourselves and tried 3 different beers. I love that you can get 4 ounce, 12, 20 and 64 ounce pours of the beers on tap. Nice variety of beers. Went back for dinner as well. Food was good and tasty. Only knock against the place is that their beer menu is listed by brewery instead of style. I think it should be sorted by style of beer first then brewery.
Another winning recommendation from the Ratebeer universe. Neat little space right in downtown STL. Where’s the keg room for this Olympic tap list!? Ate lunch with my Mom and Dad and the sandwiches were outstanding. Service was spot on too! New favorite in STL.