Come and Drink with the Saint!
St. Gambrinus Beer Shoppe is named after the original king of beer, patron saint of brewers, jolly beer-drinking, Santa-like character falling asleep in his beer, and naturally…the original beer geek! Come and visit us!
- • 16 rotating taps of craft beer with a focus on local breweries
- • 200+ carefully-chosen bottles and cans available to-go or to-stay
- • 32 and 64 ounce growler fills
- • To-Go Club membership with discounts and exclusive offers
- • Events, tap-takeovers, rare keg tappings & special guided tastings
- • Seasonal daily food menu featuring paninis, warm pretzels, and more
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Hello Beer Friends! What a year! COVID has brought on pretty much non-stop change, but things have finally gotten closer to normal than they have been in months. We hope you have been following us via Instagram, Email Updates and our other Social Media posts as things have been in constant flux. We are currently […]
-Monday, March 16 Update- As the latest COVID-19 guidelines from state and local governments came out last night, we are limiting our service to take as many precautions as possible. Starting today, St Gambrinus will be offering To-Go sales only. We are adjusting our hours as well. We will be open from 12-9p until further […]
Every week, Kyle is cherry picking a few special sour bottles from our retail selection and offering bottle pours of delicious, puckery sour beers! We’re calling it Tueuzeday Guezeday! We’re picking bottles that are rare and sometimes pricey so you can have the opportunity to taste these special beers without having to commit to the […]
Press: Brooklyn Brew Shop!
As soon as I walk into St. Gambrinus Beer Shoppe, its woodsy, cozy, dimly lit interior makes me want to stay for hours. With exposed brick, small, iridescent hanging lights on the right wall above a dark oak bar, and even a backyard (now open!), there's many a place to settle down for a night – or day – of drinking.
An unexpected television hangs above the bar. "Do you put on many sports games?" I ask Ray Darmstadt, the owner, who is setting up shop. Only the big games, and even then, with the sound off, he tells me. St. Gambrinus is, indeed, far from a sports pub, a type of establishment Darmstadt affectionately refers to as "vomitoriums."