The true barometer of a beer culture is not what happening in its urban core, but when happens on the edges of a metro area. The city has always been the hotbed of beer activity in St. Louis, so when you see more and more beer places popping up in the county, you know this powder-keg of craft beer is just about to pop.

Two years ago, the International Tap House in Chesterfield proved that people wanted craft beer in the county. Now, Naked Vine in Chesterfield is helping you county people be a bit less thirsty. After a re-set of their stock in early July, Naked Vine now offers over 40 bottled beers for you to choose from and soon they’ll have three beers on tap.

Here’s a look at what they’re currently offering:

Arcadia IPA
Arcadia Sky High Rye
Arcadia Whitsun Ale
Avery Ellie’s Brown Ale
Avery White Rascal
Bell’s Oarsman
Bell’s Oberon
Bell’s Two Hearted Ale
Cathedral Square Hail Mary
Chatoe Rougue Dirtoir Black Lager
Chimay Grande Reserve
Delerium Tremens
Founders Dirty Bastard
Founders Porter
Goose Island Matilda
Goose Island Pepe Nero
Goose Island Pere Jacques
Grand Teton Sweetgrass
Great Divide Denver Pale Ale
Great Divide Titan IPA
Left Hand 400 lb Monkey
Left Hand Milk Stout
Left Hand Sawtooth Ale
Left Hand Stranger APA
Mendocino Blonde Ale
New Belgium Mothership Whit
New Belgium Somersault
North Coast Brother Thelonious
North Coast Old Rasputin
Sea Dog Blue Paw
Ska Pinstripe
Ska True Blonde Dubbel
Stevens Point Nude Beach
Stone Arrogant Bastard
Stone IPA
Stone Levitation
Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard
Stone Ruination
Tin Mill Midnight Whistle
Tin Mill Red Caboose

So, for those of us kicking it in the county, we now have another spot to add to our growing craft beer rotation.