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Crown Valley Brewery and Distilling, Sainte Genevieve

Categories: Breweries, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
3.4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
Crown Valley Brewery and Distilling is located in Sainte Genevieve. To visit Crown Valley Brewery and Distilling on your trip to Sainte Genevieve, use our Sainte Genevieve holiday planner.
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  • Great local brews. Good food and good times. If you stay at one of their condos they will drive you between here, the winery, and your condo. 
  • They have several great house brews and a ton of options with the liquor they distill there. Food isn't anything special. They have a nice inside seating area also a large outside area with a great vi...  read more »
  • Really cool place to visit. Beer and spirit tastings were great. Nice short tour was interesting. Nice large bar area and good food. Plan to visit again. 
  • My only complaint is they're only open till 7pm, what a bummer. And I was here in September, I would have assumed they had production of their pumpkin cider by now like most breweries but I guess they're a little late. I live their big bison beer and other beers by crown valley. Nice little spot to have fun with friends but where to take the fun after it closes so early is a more appropriate question lol. Their blackberry cider is rediculously good. Their pizza was top notch!
  • Let me start with the positives. The customer service was amazing! They were very attentive without being overbearing. Taster trays (4 samples for 4$) included a small cup of chex mix and a tour if you choose. There were about 8 beers to choose from ranging from light to dark beers. They had multiple ciders and liquors almost all fermented/distilled in house. They had a lot of thwir beer, cider and liquors for sale in house. Beautiful building and patio with fantastic views of the Valley. The downside of our visit was the beers were really par/subpar. I would recommend visiting this place because you may enjoy the beers more than we did.
  • Several good beers. Food is decent. Great atmosphere inside and great views out back.
  • Great patio and wonderful view. Food was awful. Had a bison reuben and my husband had nachos with bison. Beer was not good either. Take a basket with food and go to Charleville winery instead. 5 stars for the facility, 0 for the food and beer.
  • The atmosphere here is fine. No complaints, but no raves either. This review is entirely about the beer. Each beer I've tasted either is too hoppy (I know personal preference) or tastes like burnt electrical wire. I've only found one beer there that is palatable and that was their equivalent of Bud Light. I am pretty adventurous when it comes to craft beer, but this brand needs to replace their recipes and the hops they use. Pumpkin smash tastes absolutely horrible. I'm so glad I only bought one bottle in a mixed six-pack with other breweries.
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