O' beer, ye golden elixir of barley, hops and yeast—that in these heady days of craft is made to mimic pumpkin, chocolate, raspberries and smoke—how do we love thee? Sliding down our throats, that's how. Celebrate the wonders of fermentation at these fine establishments, all of which worship at the throne of suds.
The world's largest brewery offers tours and tastings and very big horses. Oh, and a lovely biergarten.
You can take your chances at River City Casino's tables and slots, but a good beer is a sure bet at The Beerhouse.
Sip and savor local craft brews while you watch the game on large HDTVs steps away from the Gateway Arch.
Live music every night at this club in The Loop, plus a giant selection of domestic and imported brews. Good pizza, too.
Beer from A-Z (Abita Amber to Zingu Brazilian Black), lots of local product and a globe-trotting menu.
Welsh pub delivers everything you'd expect in the tony Central West End.
You've heard of Ferguson, right? Well, it's way more charming than you've been led to believe, and this place delivers plenty of charm in the form of beer.
Laclede's Landing mainstay won a world beer competition with its fantastic Golden Pilsner.
This good-looking, over-achieving pizza joint in O'Fallon, Illinois, serves wood-fired pizzas with its own craft beer.
Maplewood microbrewery offers the outstanding Schlafly brand beer while hosting neighborhood events like farmers' markets and art fairs.
The original downtown location of the first Missouri microbrewery since Prohibition.
That's right, this Lafayette Square microbrewery has added distilled spirits to its repertoire. Great menu and a charming outdoor patio.
Casual atmosphere, plenty of suds and a remarkably ambitious menu. Plus, you're in The Loop, our famous, totally happening neighborhood.
Giant bierhall in The Grove packs them in for Urban Chestnut's singular line of traditional and unorthodox brews.
Urban Chestnut's original location puts you within easy striking distance of all the cultural goodies in Grand Center. Plus there's beer.