Tap Room

The Tap Room is a micro-brewery with an attached pub and restaurant. It is housed in a former printing company building. The renovation took advantage of the historical space by exposing the heavy timber structure and solid masonry walls. The multi-story building of 12,000 square feet includes a micro-brewery on the first floor with adminstrative, banquet, and rental office space on the second and third floors.

The Tap Room was recently renovated in 2016 to included a public view bottling station within the bar area on the main level. The new space allows customers to enjoy a cold beverage while watching capturing its origin. The design features three St. Louis made Foeder beer barrels, a state of the art bottling machine, and a pulley system to transport bottles up and down from the lower level to the main level. Photos: Coming Soon!

Location: Loft District, 2100 Locust Street, St. Louis
Client: St. Louis Brewery, Tom Schlafly
Cost: $2,000,000.00
Completed: 1992 and 2016