The Bridge tap house and wine bar is the newest venture from restaurateur Dave Bailey.  If Bailey’s name sounds familiar it’s because he’s also the owner of the hugely successful Bailey’s Chocolate Bar and breakfast/brunch/lunch spot, Rooster.

Not surprisingly, his newest location is just as hip as his last.  With a warm wood vibe including reclaimed tree branches being used as light fixtures, it will easily be one of the most popular bars in St. Louis.

But we’re here for the beer, so what does he have to offer?  How about 36 draught selections and soon over 150 bottled beers to choose from.  I’ve also been told that he’ll continue the tradition he started over at the Chocolate Bar by housing beers for aging.

The pricing on beers is very reasonable and growlers will be available for table consumption as well. Bridge isn’t open quite yet, but expect it to be open by February 10th at the latest.

The current draught list, which will be always changing, will be available after the photos and the break.

Bridge – Current Tap List

  • New Belgium – Wild Ale
  • New Belgium – Mothership Wit
  • New Belgium – 1554
  • New Belgium – Ranger IPA
  • New Belgium – Seasonal
  • Schlafly – Hefeweizen
  • Schlafly – C1 Collaboration
  • Schlafly – Kolsch
  • Avery – The Czar
  • Chimay – Tripel
  • Great Divide – Titan IPA
  • North Coast – Le Merle
  • Founders – Breakfast Stout
  • Southern Tier – Hoppe
  • Brasserie d’Achouffe – McChouffe
  • Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck – St. Louis Framboise
  • Left Hand – Milk Stout
  • Unibroue – Trois Pistoles
  • Unibroue – Maudite
  • O’Fallon – 5 Day IPA
  • O’Fallon – Smoked Porter
  • Abita – Turbodog
  • Belhaven – Twisted Thistle
  • Brouwerij Lindemans – Peche
  • Rogue – Dead Guy Ale
  • Young’s –  Double Chocolate Stout
  • Boulevard – Tank 7
  • Boulevard – Pale Ale
  • Charleville – Tripel Wit
  • Magic Hat – #9
  • Pabst – Blue Ribbon
  • Brouwerij Van Eecke N.V. – Poperings Hommel Bier
  • Lagunitas – IPA